• RYA Dinghy Instructor

    The Instructor is a competent and experienced small boat sailor, capable of sailing a training boat confidently in strong winds and handling small powerboats. Book Now
  • RYA Dinghy Instructor Pre-Assessment

    In order to be accepted for training at Dinghy Instructor level all candidates have to pass a practical test conducted by an RYA Coach/Assessor, not more than one year before instructor training. The test serves as a filter, because there is no time during the instructor course for candidates to be taught how to sail well. Book Now
  • RYA Safe and Fun

    Ideal for anyone working with children or vulnerable adults at RYA Training Centres or Clubs. Whether you are a volunteer, or an instructor, it will provide you with the basic knowledge of safeguarding issues that you may encounter. Book Now
  • RYA Senior Instructor

    This course trains experienced RYA dinghy instructors to manage multiple courses and oversee the safe operation of a RYA sailing school. The 4-day course covers preparation and delivery of sessions, course and centre management, powerboat handling in a teaching environment, RYA Sailing Schemes and the role of a Senior Instructor. Students will be assessed on a continual basis over the 4 days when running water-based simulated group management sessions.  Book Now
  • Foundation Safety Rescue Test

    This is a prerequisite for all coach awards you will be able to rescue paddlers from all types of craft and rescue all equipment Book Now
  • UKCC Level 1 Coach

    THE COURSE COMMENCING 9TH APRIL WILL RUN.  This is the first coaching level award run by British Canoeing under the UKCC scheme and means you can run fun sessions. Deliver the paddle power start working on sheltered water under the guidance of a higher coach. You must register with British Canoeing one month before attending; have a new 2 Star award and an FSRT. Book Now
  • UKCC Level 2 Coach

    The level 2 Coach Training is 4 days of training over 2 weekends and will enable you to coach 1 & 2 star awards in canoe and kayak as well as the Paddle Power tests. You will need to have a 3 Star Award in both Canoeing and Kayaking. Any CPDs are welcome but not a requirement. You must register with British Canoeing one month before attending; have an 8hr first aid certificate and an FSRT. Book Now
  • RYA First Aid Course

    This one day course is designed to provide a working knowledge of first aid for people using small craft and to support skippers. It fulfils the requirements for professional skippers of small craft working within 60 miles of safe haven. The course is MCA and HSE approved. Book Now
  • RYA VHF Short Range Certificate

    The Short Range Certificate (SRC, now including DSC) is the radio operator qualification which authorises the holder to operate a VHF Radiotelephone on board any British vessel which is voluntarily fitted with radio equipment. Book Now
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    BSCA Mountain Bike Leader

    Age Range:18 OnwardsThis is a 2 day course for Adults, with the ever increasing safety guidelines, and as a result of growing pressures for safety, especially for children, in the outdoors. The British School’s Cycling Association (BSCA) has responded by developing a Leader’s Course to cover Cycling with groups of children and young people. These courses are accepted by many Local Education Authorities, recognised by the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority, and accredited by British Cycling Coaches.The course is aimed at youth leaders, teachers and other adults interested in the leadership of groups off road. The elements of training are:Group controlNavigationAccessRights of wayRoute planningFirst aidRiding techniquesEquipmentBasic maintenancePlease note an additional £40 must be sent to BSCA as a registration fee. Book Now