Another Busy Year for Training

Another Busy Year for Training

Another Busy Year For Training

Although the 2022 season was not without challenges we again saw very high levels of activity in Irish Sailing Training Centres with almost 8000 people taking part in certified Sailing, Powerboating and Windsurfing courses.  Following the restrictions of the past two years a significant number of our college age instructor cohort took advantage of the return of international travel and instructor availability was an issue for some during peak season. This was managed effectively through a contingency programme, inter Club co-operation and additional volunteer support.  With a record number of instructors trained across all levels and disciplines in the past 12 months along with further instructor courses already scheduled for next year hopefully this issue will ease for 2023.

With the increase in activity and the training season getting slightly longer each year there’s not much time to put the feet up before the next one comes rolling round so now is the time to hopefully take a little pause and enjoy some quiet time before getting it all up and running again for the New Year ahead.

Once again a big thanks must go out to all the Volunteers, Instructors, Coaches, Senior Instructors, Junior Organisers, Training Officers, Centre principals, Instructor Trainers and everyone else involved in making this all happen and helping so many new people get involved and stay involved in the sports we all love.


Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas and a wonderful 2023.

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