Sailing is FUN, EXCITING and EXILARATING. This is a one day event to introduce you to sailing or to develop those skills already learned. Sucessful completion of this course may qualify you a Scout Sailsport Stage badge and may also qualify you towards a RYA Junior Scheme Stage /Adult level Award.
Scout Sailsport Badges - These can be acheived alongside the RYA awards and reflect progress from existing skill levels to the higher levels.
Youth Sailing Scheme – This is for Cubs up to Scouts. If you are an explorer just starting to sail, then the adult scheme may be the better course to start. This scheme has four stages, called Start Sailing and on completing them you can then go on to the advanced skills modules of the adult training scheme. All levels work on the knowledge and experience gained in the previous one and introduces something new.
The adult training scheme – This has three levels to start and then splits into advanced modules, which you can mix and match depending on the type of sailing you wish to pursue. Like the Youth Sailing Scheme, each level works on knowledge and experience gained in the previous one and introduces something new.
The nature and technicality of the sport does mean that you may not fully complete a level of the scheme you are training under in one day. Your instructor will "sign off" individual elements in your logbook as they are completed.
As a Cub or Scout you will start on the path of the Youth Sailing Scheme.
As an Explorer you will start on the adult training scheme.
If you are a member of the Scout Network or a Leader, then you will undertake the adult training.
This day is still for you. With guidance from your instructor you will be able to tick of more skills in your log book and maybe complete the book to gain your Cub or Scout Stage Badge. So DON'T forget your Log Bookif you have one! Explorers with an incomplete Youth Sailing Scheme Stage Logbook will need to complete that stage before transfrring to the adult scheme.
On arrival, and after a centre briefing, you will have a short discussion with your instructor about what you want out of the day and the format of the training. Then it's on the water for lots of FUN, learning new skills or refining old. Feedback on your achievements' will be given by your instructor at the end of the day with an action plan on where to go next.
Arrival - 09:15
Departure – 16:45
Camping by agreement with the land owner, Margaret Thompson. Phone Number: 01748 811373. www.ellertonpark.com
There are toilets and showers available at Ellerton Park. These are public access and not under the control of the Scout Activities Centre. Use of these facilities will be covered in the centre brief at the start of the day. There is ample car parking.
You will need at least two sets of clothing to get wet in (clothes made of synthetic material or thermals are best- NO JEANS) and a pair of old trainers together with a set of waterproofs (jacket and trousers) to help keep the wind off as well as your travelling clothes and shoes. A towel is also essential.
Also don't forget a drink and packed lunch- hot and cold water will be available if you need it to make up your drink.
Details of RYA awards are available at: www.rya.org.uk/coursestraining/courses/dinghymultikeel/Pages/default.aspx
Please bring any logbooks or award books with you on the day so that they can be signed by your instructor to record your progress. If not they are available on the day.
|Event date||25 Apr 2020 9:15am|
|Event End Date||25 Apr 2020 4:45pm|
|Registration Start Date||17 Nov 2019|
|Cut off date||28 Mar 2020|
|Location||North Yorkshire Scouts Water Activites Centre|
|Event Categories||Activities for Scouts, Activities for Cubs, Water activities, Activities for Explorer Scouts, Water activities, Activities for Scout Network, Water activities, Water activities, Adult training, Water activities|