Extra Skill Training 2019-11-04T13:49:52+00:00

ISSA – International Sailing Schools Association

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Extra Skill Training

Inland Skipper Instructor
Inland Power Skipper Instructor Course
Inshore Power Skipper Instructor Course
Inshore Skipper Instructor Course
SRC Marine Radio Instructor Course

 

EXTRA SKILL TRAINING

Inland Skipper Instructor Course - 55 Hours

I. BASIC REQUIREMENTS

  1. Every instructor candidate should:
  • Pass the Inland Skipper Exam before approaching the course or hold an equivalent certificate
  • Have at least 1 year experience after passing the above mentioned exam,
  • Hold First Aid or Rescue certificate
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have at least high school education
  • Should submit valid fitness declaration stating that he/she is fit for the activity
  1. PLEASE NOTICE that copies of all of the above mentioned documents should be presented upon submitting the application for the course

WARNING. CANDIDATES WITH NO SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BECOME ISSA INSTRUCTORS

 

II. TRAINING VENUE REQUIREMENTS

  1. The course should take place primarily on a sailing yacht at least 18 ft long. At least 10 hours of practice should take place on a yacht equipped with under deck area
  2. The yacht should have all the equipment necessary to run a complete practical ISSA training course for Inland Skipper
  3. The yacht should comply with the requirements set for training vessels in the location of the course
  4. The theory classes can take place in a classroom that meets ISSA standards or on the yacht if there is sufficient below deck area able to comfortably fit all the instructor candidates and the trainer

 

III. EFFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS

There should be 1 trainer for a maximum of 5 candidates

 

IV. TRAINING CONDITIONS REQUIREMENTS

  1. Handling under sail practice should take place in weather conditions between and including 2B – 6B
  2. There should be at least 30 hours of practical exercises
  3. There should be at least 20 hours of classes to practice the theory presentation skills of the candidates

 

V. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

Throughout the practical part of the course, the instructor candidates should wear lifejackets as directed by the trainer

 

VI. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

The instructors should be using:

  • Whiteboard and display screen with adequate screening equipment
  • ISSA instructor “Train The Trainer” handbook
  • ISSA Inland Yacht Skipper program, handbook and presentations

Inland Power Skipper Instructor Course - 35 Hours

I. BASIC REQUIREMENTS

  1. Every instructor candidate should:
  • Pass the Inland Power Yacht Skipper Exam before approaching the course or hold an equivalent certificate
  • Have at least 1 year experience after passing the above mentioned exam
  • Hold First Aid or Rescue certificate
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have at least high school education
  • Should submit valid fitness declaration stating that he/she is fit for the activity
  1. PLEASE NOTICE that copies of all of the above mentioned documents should be presented upon submitting the application for the course

WARNING. CANDIDATES WITH NO SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BECOME ISSA INSTRUCTORS

 

II. TRAINING VENUE REQUIREMENTS

  1. The course should take place primarily on a power driven yacht able to plane
  2. The yacht should be at least 15 ft. long
  3. The theory classes can take place in a classroom that meets ISSA standards or on the yacht if there is sufficient below deck area able to comfortably fit all the instructor candidates and the trainer
  4. The yacht should have all the equipment necessary to run a complete practical ISSA training course for Inland Power Yacht Skipper
  5. The yacht should comply with the requirements set for training vessels in the location of the course

 

III. EFFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS

There should be 1 trainer for a maximum of 5 candidates

 

IV. TRAINING CONDITIONS REQUIREMENTS

  1. The practical part should take place in weather conditions between and including 2B – 5B
  2. There should be at least 15 hours of practical exercises
  3. There should be at least 20 hours of classes to practice the theory presentation skills of the candidates

 

V. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

Throughout the practical part of the course, the instructor candidates should wear lifejackets as directed by the trainer

 

VI. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

The instructors should be using:

  • Whiteboard and display screen with adequate screening equipment
  • ISSA instructor “Train The Trainer” handbook
  • ISSA Inland Power Yacht Skipper program, handbook and presentations

Inshore power Skipper Instructor Course – 45 HOURS

I. BASIC REQUIREMENTS

  1. Every instructor candidate should:
  • Pass the Offshore Power Skipper Exam before approaching the course or hold an equivalent certificate
  • Have at least 3 years experience after passing the above mentioned exam (ca. 3000 nm)
  • Hold First Aid or Rescue certificate
  • Hold Sea Survival certificate
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have at least high school education
  • Should submit valid fitness declaration stating that he/she is fit for the activity
  1. PLEASE NOTICE that copies of all of the above mentioned documents should be presented upon submitting the application for the course

WARNING. CANDIDATES WITH NO SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BECOME ISSA INSTRUCTORS

 

II. TRAINING VENUE REQUIREMENTS

  1. The course should take place on a yacht at least 24 ft. long and powered by an inboard engine
  2. The theory classes can take place in a classroom that meets ISSA standards or on the yacht if there is sufficient below deck area to comfortably fit all the instructor candidates and the trainer
  3. The yacht should have all the equipment necessary to run a complete practical ISSA training course for Inshore Power Yacht Skipper
  4. The yacht should comply with the requirements set for training vessels in the location of the course

 

III. EFFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS

There should be 1 trainer for a maximum of 5 candidates

 

IV. TRAINING CONDITIONS REQUIREMENTS

  1. The practical part should take place in weather conditions between and including 2B – 5B
  2. There should be at least 20 hours of practical exercises
  3. There should be at least 20 hours of classes to practice the theory presentation skills of the candidates
  4. At least 4 hours of the practical training should take place in darkness (of which 2 hours should fall between 22.00 and 06.00)

 

V. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

Throughout the practical part of the course, the instructor candidates should wear lifejackets as directed by the trainer

 

VI. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

The instructors should be using:

  • Whiteboard and display screen with adequate screening equipment
  • ISSA instructor “Train The Trainer” handbook
  • ISSA Inshore Power Yacht Skipper program, handbooks and presentations

Inshore Skipper Instructor Course – 70 HOURS

I. BASIC REQUIREMENTS

  1. Every instructor candidate should:
  • Pass the Offshore Skipper Exam before approaching the course or hold an equivalent certificate
  • Have at least 3 years experience after passing the above mentioned exam (ca. 3000 nm)
  • Hold First Aid or Rescue certificate
  • Hold Sea Survival certificate
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have at least high school education
  • Should submit valid fitness declaration stating that he/she is fit for the activity
  1. PLEASE NOTICE that copies of all of the above mentioned documents should be presented upon submitting the application for the course

WARNING. CANDIDATES WITH NO SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BECOME ISSA INSTRUCTORS

 

II. TRAINING VENUE REQUIREMENTS

  1. The course should take place on a sea cruising yacht in an area where practical exercises can be safely practiced:
  • Yacht handling under engine in harbor
  • Yacht handling under sail at sea
  1. The yacht should be at least 30 ft. long and should be equipped with inboard engine
  2. It should be possible to live onboard the yacht (although it is not the strict requirement for the course)
  3. The yacht should have all the equipment necessary to run a complete ISSA training course for Yacht Crew and Inshore Skipper
  4. The yacht should comply with requirements set for training vessels in the location of the training
  5. There should be a dinghy with an outboard engine available for practical exercises during the course
  6. Some classes (to practice theory lesson presentations) can take place in a classroom but not more than 1/3 of the total course time. In such case the classroom must meet ISSA standards

 

III. EFFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS

There should be 1 trainer for a maximum of 5 candidates

 

IV. TRAINING CONDITIONS REQUIREMENTS

  1. Handing under sail practice should take place in weather conditions between and including 3B – 7B
  2. There should be at least 40 hours of practical exercises
  3. There should be at least 20 hours of classes to practice the theory presentation skills of the candidates
  4. At least 8 hours of the practical training should take place in darkness (of which 4 hours should fall between 22.00 and 06.00)
  5. At least 3 meals should be prepared and eaten onboard the yacht

 

V. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

Throughout the practical part of the course, the instructor candidates should wear lifejackets as directed by the trainer

 

VI. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

The instructors should be using:

  • Whiteboard and display screen with adequate screening equipment
  • ISSA instructor “Train The Trainer” handbook

SRC Marine Radio Instructor Course – 8 HOURS

I. BASIC REQUIREMENTS

  1. Every instructor candidate should:
  • Pass the ISSA’s SRC Operator’s Exam before approaching the course or hold an equivalent certificate
  • Have at least 1 year experience after passing the above mentioned exam
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have at least high school education
  • Should submit valid fitness declaration stating that he/she is fit for the activity
  1. PLEASE NOTICE that copies of all of the above mentioned documents should be presented upon submitting the application for the course

WARNING. CANDIDATES WITH NO SUFFICIENT KNOWLEDGE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BECOME ISSA INSTRUCTORS

 

II. TRAINING VENUE REQUIREMENTS

  1. The training can take place in a classroom that meets ISSA standards or on a yacht if there is sufficient below deck area able to comfortably fit all the instructor candidates and the trainer
  2. The training site should be equipped with at least 2 training radio stations linked together

 

III. EFFICIENCY REQUIREMENTS

  1. There should be 1 trainer for a maximum of 6 candidates
  2. There should be 2 candidates maximum working on 1 radio station throughout the course

 

IV. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

The instructors should be using:

  • Whiteboard and display screen with adequate screening equipment
  • ISSA instructor “Train The Trainer” handbook
  • ISSA SRC program, handbook and presentation and additional materials

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