TS Training
RYA dinghy and power boat training

Dinghy Instructor Training

Whether you are old or young, being an instructor can be worthwhile and fulfilling; and there's a wide variety of opportunities from working part-time at a local club to full-time employment overseas.

There are centres opening up all over the world who are always looking for instructors.

To become an instructor you must be a competent experienced sailor capable of sailing a training boat at 5 to 15 knots in a force 2 to force 4 wind and capable of handling small powerboats.

To transfer those skills to an instructional role we look at the following aspects:

Dinghy Training Course and Pre-Assessment

Day One - Dinghy training.
Day Two (optional) - Pre-Assessment. Although this is optional, all candidates for Dinghy Instructor must pass this practical sailing test prior to attending the Dinghy Instructor course. Skills and weather conditions required are as stated in the RYA Handbook G14.

Course Cost:

1 Day £200

Dinghy Instructor Course - 5 days

A five-day training course and assessment for the Dinghy Instructor qualification. This course will train experienced dinghy sailors to teach within the National Sailing Scheme.

Day 1 Introduction to the course and teaching double handers beginners 09.00 - 17.00
Day 2 Continue teaching beginners and introduction to Seamanship 09.00 - 17.00
Day 3 Teaching beginner Single Handers 09.00 - 17.00
Day 4 Teaching Advanced Modules 09.00 - 17.00
Day 5 Moderation day 09.00 - 15.00



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For more information, contact TS Training.

NB. Please remember all instructor courses need to be run at a suitable RYA recognised teaching establishment. If you do not have access to one, we can organise a suitable venue.

It is recommended that all candidates are members of the RYA and have copies of the RYA G14 Coaches Hand Book and G4 National Dinghy Scheme.

Expenses have not been included.

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