RYA powerboat TRAINING

RYA Powerboat Instructor Training

powerboat instructor training
We provide Powerboat and Personal Water Craft (PWC) instructor training to the highest standard. We ensure that our courses are run according to current guidelines as laid down by the RYA.
Instructor Guidance Notes

All candidates for the level 2 powerboat instructors course must complete a pre powerboat instructors skills assessment, for more information click link below

Skills assessment

Level 2 Powerboat Instructor

Aim
To train experienced powerboat handlers to become Powerboat Instructors
Duration
Three days
Instructor to student ratio:
1:3

The course will be conducted in our 7.5m Cobra RIB with a Yamaha 200 4 stroke.

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN INSTRUCTOR COURSE.
YOU MUST BE A COMPETENT POWERBOAT HANDLER

During the course you will be expected to deliver lessons based upon the current Level 2 Course.

Pre Course requirements
  • All candidates must hold National Powerboat Certificate.
  • All candidates must hold a valid first aid certificate.

Please note
Evidence of experience must be supplied. Poor boat handling skills and lack of knowledge may result in you being refused a place on the course.
Please carefully study the course syllabus in the RYA powerboat logbook and have a copy of the RYA Instructor Handbook.

Advanced Powerboat Instructor (Endorsement)

Aim
To train experienced powerboat instructors already holding the Advandced Powerboat Certificate to teach the Avanced Powerboat course
Duration
Two days (Night navigation exercise on the first night)

The course will be conducted in our 7.5m Cobra RIB with a Yamaha 200 4 stroke.

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN ADVANCED INSTRUCTOR COURSE.
YOU MUST BE A COMPETENT POWERBOAT HANDLER

During the course you will be expected to demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the advanced course and will be expected to deliver lessons to potential Advanced students.

Pre Course requirements

  • All candidates must be current Level 2 Powerboat Instructors.
  • All candidates must hold the Advanced Certificate of Competence.
  • All candidates must hold a valid first aid certificate.
  • All candidates must hold a VHF operator's certificate.
  • All candidates should be competent to the standard of Dayskipper shorebased. It is desirable to hold this certificate

Please note:
Evidence of experience must be supplied. Poor boat handling skills and lack of knowledge may result in you being refused a place on the course.

Please carefully study the course syllabus in the RYA powerboat logbook and have a copy of the RYA Instructor Handbook.

Personal Water Craft (PWC) Instructor

Aim
To train experienced PWC handlers to become PWC Instructors
Duration
Three days with the final day being moderated by a second trainer.

The course will be conducted on our Yamaha VX110 sport.

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN INSTRUCTOR COURSE.
YOU MUST BE A COMPETENT PWC HANDLER

Pre Course Requirements

  • All candidates must hold a PWC license
  • All candidates must hold a valid first aid certificate

Existing RYA powerboat instructors who have at least two years PWC experience may apply to do a one-day conversion.

Please note
Evidence of experience must be supplied. Poor PWC handling skills and lack of knowledge may result in you being refused a place on the course. Please carefully study the course syllabus in the RYA PWC book and have a copy of the RYA Instructor Handbook.

How to book

We have courses running every week, all year round.

Due to our tailor made service we do not publish a program.

Please contact us to join on to one of our next courses with space available or arrange dates to suit your circumstances any day of the week.

For further information please email us at:
info@boattraining.co.uk or call us on 07905 963353

Download Booking Form

Booking Form

Please note all booking forms must be completed and sent in the post with your course fee to confirm your place.

If you require accomodation we recommend
Val Morris
The White Cottage
01634 719988

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