Dinghy Instructor Courses
Our instructor courses provide high quality training in teaching techniques - both ashore and afloat. Fully qualified RYA coaches/assessors guide participants through the intensive learning process required to become an instructor.
Before you can attend a Dinghy Instructor course, you must first pass a pre-entry assessment. During this day, we won't be going back to basics, so you must be familiar with the requirements laid out in the G14 (Instructor Logbook & Handbook).
It is recommended that you have a go at the rudderless sailing and other the techniques needed for the pre-entry prior to the course, so that you are comfortable with the skills required.
A minimum of 3 persons required and subject to availability.
RYA Dinghy Instructor
The course covers the RYA syllabus, instructional techniques, preparation of sessions (afloat and ashore) and is moderated on the final day by a second coach/assessor. To be eligible, you must be at least 16 years of age, have passed the pre-assessment test, hold a valid first aid certificate and Level 2 Powerboat Certificate and have done the RYA's Safe & Fun course.
Club Volunteers can recieve 50% funding for this course - CLICK HERE to access
Please contact the centre for Further details.
RYA Keelboat Instructor Endorsement
This 2 day endorsement is for those instructors who completed their qualification in dinghies/multihulls, but who want to teach in small keelboats.
During this course, candidates must demonstrate their pre-assessment skills and teaching techniques. Candidates are assessed on a continuous basis, and the coach/assessor will sign their logbook on successful completion.