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) seminar is a free safety service provided to help ensure safety standards are consistently met through equipment compliance.
To become 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.
- Pass the Australian Sailing Equipment Auditors Exam.
The Club Equipment Auditor seminar reviews:
- The Cat 3-7 auditing forms.
- All Category specific updates to the Special Regulations.
- Procedures to be utilised whist auditing.
- Where to obtain specific auditing information from the Racing Rules of Sailing and Special Regulations.