NSW - Club Equipment Auditor Reaccreditation - Category 3-7
The National Equipment Auditor (NEA) Scheme provides a system for organising authorities (Clubs) to nominate Club Equipment Auditors (CEA) to audit boats for Category 3-7 races.
The Club Equipment Auditor (CEA) Re-accreditation seminar is a free safety service provided to help ensure safety standards are consistently met through equipment compliance.
To become re-accredited as an Australian Sailing CEA you are required to:
- Be a member of an Australian Sailing affiliated club.
- Be endorsed by an Australian Sailing affiliated club to audit specifically for that club.
- Attend the relevant Australian Sailing Equipment Auditors Seminar.
The Club Equipment Auditor Re-accreditation seminar reviews:
- The Cat 3-7 auditing forms.
- All Category specific updates to the Special Regulations.
- Procedures to be utilised whilst auditing.
- Where to obtain specific auditing information from the Racing Rules of Sailing and Special Regulations.
Registration at the top of this page allow you to enrol in an available Accreditation Seminar.
- Currently accredited as a Club Equipment Auditor.
- Read the Equipment Auditors Code of Conduct Policy then agree to abide by it when registering online for this CEA seminar.
- Upload a Letter of Endorsement (in PDF format) from an Australian Sailing affiliated Club when registering for the CEA Re-accreditation seminar.
Who should do this course?
This course is for Australian Sailing qualified Club Equipment Auditors interested in continuing to assisting clubs with providing a safety service for sailing racing.
The course aims to develop skills and knowledge in the following areas:
- General auditing skills - Risk Management.
- Fundamental measuring.
- Assessment and reporting skills.
Participants will become re-accredited as a Club Equipment Auditor; a person capable of auditing Cat 3-7 racing vessels for a club they are nominated by.
If you have further queries regarding this course please contact your Club Services Officer.