Small Boat Sailing Scheme (SBSS) Review
The online survey helping to guide the review of the Small Boat Sailing Scheme closes on Monday April 19th
Remember of you complete the Survey you could be in with a chance to win a €100 voucher for the Irish Based Chandlery or Outdoor Store of your choice.
Please share this with your members, clients and participants as the wider the feedback we get the more useful it is.
As part of our regular review cycle the Small Boat Sailing Scheme (SBSS) is being reviewed this year by a working group appointed by the Irish Sailing Training Policy Group. The SBSS provides the structure and syllabi used to deliver training to sailors of all ages and abilities in Dinghies, Keelboats and Catamarans in Clubs and Training Centres throughout Ireland.
Your responses to the questions below will help inform the working group and guide any changes to the SBSS to keep it relevant to the needs of Sailors, Clubs and Training Centres in the years ahead.
Take 10 minutes to give your input and have your ideas heard
All survey contributors will be entered into a draw to Win a €100 Voucher
for any Irish chandlery or adventure store of their choice
(entering your name and email for this draw is optional).
This review relates specifically to the training of participants only in the modules Taste of Sailing up to an including the Advanced modules of the current SBSS. Other areas such as instructor training and the Cara na Mara programme will be addressed separately.
"We really value input from participants, instructors, clubs and centres to ensure the review of the scheme has your voice heard." Dave Garvey, Irish Sailing Training Development Officer.
If you would like to take a look at the modules and syllabi can be GO HERE.