BHYC Cadets Spence Willard After School Sailing Sessions Registration
The registration for After School is today Wednesday 26th February at 5pm.
After school sailing is aimed at BHYC cadets to give them the opportunity to get on the water and practice their skills. We have sessions on different days of the week when the tides are suitable. There will be some onshore sessions to learn water safety, rigging, parts of the boat, sail trim, knots, games and drills for on the water. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and the sessions follow the RYA ON Board programme.
Calling all BHYC Instructors
The new sailing season will soon be here if you would be available to support training in 2020 please let us know. We will be looking for instructors for Powerboat and Sailing to work with cadets and adults. Email email@example.com
RYA Powerboat Instructor Course
BHYC hope to run an RYA Powerboat Instructors Course this April. The RYA Powerboat Instructor qualification gives you the ability to teach the RYA powerboat level 1 & 2 courses. If you are interested and would like to know more please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Easter and May Half- Term Sailing Sessions
Our training coaching sessions run throughout the year. If you were sailing last year and took a break over the winter please join the refresher sessions at the start of April ... Whilst the juniors are training, we will encourage the parents to try sailing with an adult instructor or assist either ashore or on the water. Please email email@example.com
28th February Workshop 3 VHF- a beginner's course 19.00 - 21.00hrs - This course is for those who want to be able to communicate using the VHF radio . This could be for safety boat crews or anyone who is involved with training or using the radios on the water. Learn the protocols of what and what not to say over the airwaves!
20th March Workshop 4 Assistant Race Officer 19.00 - 21.00 hrs - This course is for those members who would like to know more about how to organise a dinghy race at BHYC. It will go through the rules, flags and start sequences and what you need to do to support the Race Officer of the day. It is good preparation for the next step of becoming a race officer at the club.
Sign up via the club website www.bhyc.org.uk
Last updated 09:37 on 26 February 2020