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page 50 01202 677 272SHOREBASED COURSScEhSo ol & Group Activity Trips 2011* Option to extend to a 5-day courseRYA DAY SKIPPER THEORY The 5-day course introduces basic navigation, including chartwork, position fixing, tides, buoyage and passage planning as well as the essential subjects of safety and meteorology. On completion, successful candidates will have the knowledge to navigate around familiar waters by day. The course is suitable for beginners and students with little experience in yachts and dinghies. This course is also useful for candidates who want to extend their background sailing knowledge before entering onto an RYA Dinghy Instructor course.RYA FIRST AID CERTIFICATEWe offer the RYA 1-day course covering the principles of first aid with the emphasis on working in a water-based environment. Your certificate is valid for 3 years and is recognised for all RYA Instructor qualifications. Each course member is required to have a copy of the current edition of the First Aid Manual.RYA VHF SHORT RANGE CERTIFICATEThis 1-day course starts by looking at the practical operation of a standard marine VHF, channel usage, distress, urgency, safety and routine voice procedures. It then goes on to look at the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) scheme including the practical use of DSC equipment. Successful completion of the course/exam leads to the new Short Range Certificate (SRC) and covers the new GMDSS. Before the course you must be fluent in the phonetic alphabet and bring a passport photograph with you. Please note there is an RYA registration fee payable on the day of the course.RYA First Aid 1 day (Sat) Course Code: FARYA VHF 1 day Course Code: VHRYA Day Skipper 5 days (Mon-Fri) Course Code: DS 01202 677 272START SAILING (RYA LEVEL 1)This 2-day course is for the complete novice who wishes to take up the sport. During the course you will receive tuition on a number of aspects including launching, recovery, rigging, tacking, gybing, points of sailing, trapezing and capsize. Along with all other relevant aspects of safety and theory. On completion of the course you will have a sound knowledge of the basic techniques of sailing a catamaran in moderate conditions. Start Sailing 2 days Course Code: C1BASIC SKILLS (RYA LEVEL 2)This 2-day course is aimed at the sailor who already has a good basic knowledge of sailing whether mono or multi-hull. Instruction will cover rig tuning, equipment theory, sailing the boat in a wider range of conditions, helming on the wire, improvement of tacking, gybing and capsize recovery techniques, responsibilities of helm and crew, introduction to coastal sailing, tides, charts and compasses. By the end of the course you should be confident in a variety of weather conditions. Basic Skills 2 days Course Code: C2Our multi-hull courses are all run using predominantly Hobie 15s and Dart 16s