The Sailwave course is delivered in 2 sessions. In the morning we will cover:
- Installing and setting up Sailwave on a laptop
- Setting up your event
- Entering competitors
- Entering results, including handicap and elapsed time finishes
- Publishing results
This will give you the skills to quickly and easily prepare results for club racing. In the afternoon we will cover:
- Importing competitors from other data sets
- Merging results (for example for End of Season trophies)
- Using penalty and other codes – including what they all mean!
- Using the PRIZE add-on
This will give you the skills to run the results service for a large championship meeting and to manage the season’s results for the club.
PLEASE bring a laptop with you if at all possible.
Download the latest copy of Sailwave here
Tea & Coffee will be provided
|Saturday 21st February, 2015||Tenby Sailing Club||9.30-4.30|| £5 payable to tutor
|WYA Sailwave Workshop Outline 2014|
John Horwell will be delivering the one day workshop on behalf of RYA. John is very experienced in running events and was the Event Safety officer at Sail For Gold. The course will take you through strategies and materials that could be used as the basis of a checklist for your club.
If your club is organising major championships or hosting large, open meetings, this course will be your chance to learn all the latest procedures and planning necessary to make sure that you are running a safe, as well as successful event.
|Sunday 22nd February,2015||Plas Menai||9.30am – 5.00pm||RYA Cymru.Wales Affiliated Clubs £10
Non Affiliated Organisations £15
|Saturday 28th February,2015||Cardiff YC||9.30am- 5.00pm||£10||Book Here|
|Sunday 1st March,2015||Saundersfoot Sailing Club||9.30am – 5.00pm||£10||Book Here|
RYA Sailability’s Awareness training programme is to a national recognised standard. It is designed to change attitudes and awareness throughout the sailing community.
Attitudes to the inclusion of disabled people in sport are forever changing, but the biggest barrier of all is still the concerns that non-disabled people have. The barriers that these concerns create are often born of ignorance and apprehension, but most significantly from a lack of awareness.
This one day course provides the opportunity to give helpers practical advice and understanding of what is involved in working alongside disabled sailors.
Course content and further information
|21st February||Neyland YC||9.30am- 5pm||Free; No food is included in the cost of this course||Book Here|
|22nd February||Plas Menai, National Outdoor Centre||9.30am-5pm||£5- Lunch, Tea & Coffee included||Book here|
Everyone who wants to become a National or International Class measurer needs to take this course, and be approved by the RYA. There is no qualification cost after the course, and once you have been approved by the Technical Officials Committee you will appear on the RYA Approved Sail Measurers list.
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