This course is aimed at people who have a keen interest in Sailing and want to participate in another facet of the sport.
One of goals at the club is to increase the number of race officials across both our yachting and centreboard activities. Those who may be interested in becoming a Race Officer include parents who may have limited experience with sailing and want to contribute to the sport, volunteers at yacht clubs, existing sailors who wish to lend a hand and their expertise, and sailors who no longer actively participate in the sport.
This seminar is run online over 3 hours.
A schedule of the courses has been set from May through to June 2021 with courses running at a minimum of once a month, with additional courses over the next few weeks already scheduled.
Register to do your club race official course here www.sailing.org.au/clubraceofficer
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.
The new 2020 IRC ratings year is about to start.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 we are not back sailing and racing yet but many of you may still wish to attain your Rating Certificate now, ready for when the season returns to ‘normal’.
The 2019 IRC Rating Year will end on the 31 May 2020 and all IRC certificates will expire after that.
All boats that were rated in 2018 and 2019 will be able to revalidate online their certificates.
If you require assistance completing the form, please contact:
(02) 9170 6917
Lunch or dinner is all sorted for you.
Available from Thursday 7 May.
Pre-order through reception on 9998 3700 or drop in to Halyards.
While stocks last.