Our first ever competency training course will be held this Saturday, 2 February, commencing at 9am at the club. We have only 35 people signed up, out of our 120 members.
This is an event we are asking all our members to attend as a commitment to your fellow members and to the standards of racing and safety to which we aspire.
The reason we are doing this is that we are consistently short of people who are competent to set courses, run races, record results, launch and drive our boats, rescue lasers, use the radios and deal with life-threatening emergencies. This is a big problem for the club and we need to fix it by increasing the competency of all members.
The topics covered will be course setting, mark laying and mark moving, race management and weather monitoring, RIB launch and operation, Jazzman launch and operation, radio usage, incident management plan and emergency response, defibrillator usage and CPR, and off-water COTD responsibilities.
Please commit to attending this event by signing up here. If you are genuinely unable to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.