Irish Sailing Junior Sailing Course 2019 Online Booking Form Irish Sailing Junior Sailing Course 2019Sailing InformationSailing InformationName of Cadet*Please note: One child per booking formD.O.B*Membership Number*Family/Cadet*Please tick appropriate box/boxes:* Taste of Sailing - 1st July - 5th July Start Sailing (Level 1) - 1st July - 12th July Basic Skills (Level 2) - 1st July - 12th July Improving Skills (Level 3) - 15th July - 26th July Advanced Boat Handling (Level 4) - 15th July - 19th July Taste of Sailing - 22nd July - 26th July Kites & Wires (Level 4) - 29th July - 2nd August Advanced Boat Handling (Level 4) - 29th July - 2nd August Type of Dinghy*Previous Level Completed*Personal DetailsPersonal DetailsParent / Guardian Name*Address*Email* Mobile Number*Emergency Contact Name & Number*Medical ConditionsList any medical conditionsDoes your child have any medical or behavioural conditions we need to be aware of?*YesNoPlease state medical condition(s) and if your child will have medication required to be taken while on the course*IndemnityI hereby acknowledge that the Royal Cork Yacht Club, Irish Sailing, their officers, members and volunteers do not accept liability for loss of life or property, personal injury or damage caused by or arising out of this course, and that the above named Cadet takes part in the course entirely at their own risk. The establishment of the syllabus or lesson plan in no way limits or reduces the complete and unlimited responsibility of the Cadet for the management of the boat he or she is sailing and I acknowledge that the Club will not accept any liability whatsoever for the damage to any privately owned boat used on the sailing course. Moreover, I warrant the suitability of the boat for use in the manner intended. I confirm that the boat is covered by a valid certificate of insurance for third party risk. I confirm that the boat specified above has the required cover of at least €1,270,000. I have read and understand the above and the information and conditions on the within form.Indemnity Agreement* I have read and understand the Indemnity section Terms and ConditionsParents and Guardians It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to ensure they have read fully the following information before booking a sailing course. Any further queries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 4831023 Information The Royal Cork Yacht Club Junior Sailing Courses are Irish Sailing certified training courses run by Irish Sailing qualified Instructors who follow the relevant national syllabi which are Cara na Mara, Taste of Sailing & the Small Boat Sailing Scheme (SBSS) Basis and Advanced Courses. Checkclick Irish Sailing training evaluation and certification, is managed through ‘Checkclick’, an online ‘passport’ system. By booking on this course you agree to the Royal Cork sharing your details on the ‘Checkclick’ platform and with Irish Sailing. Membership Royal Cork junior sailing courses are open to club members only. Membership subscription must be paid in full prior to starting a sailing course. Online Booking & Payment Method A place on the sailing course is secured through an online booking and payment system. The following steps should be taken 1. Complete each section on the sailing course form. 2. Once the sailing course form is completed, you will be asked for payment. NB: Please ensure to note of any medical/behavioural conditions, allergies including food allergies at the time of booking. Please note we require an emergency contact name and mobile no. Standing Order payment option available. Contact the Club Office 4831023. Family membership with two or more children participating in a sailing course will receive a discount of 10% which will be applied to your account on completion of the sailing course. Boat Insurance All boats must be insured against third party risks for a minimum of €1,270,000. Please see sailing course booking form for further details on boat insurance. All optimists on sailing courses are now required to have a ‘Bumper’ fitted to the boat. Information for Parents and Guardians Sailing courses start each day at 09.00hrs and finish at 16.30hrs. Please ensure you drop off and collect your child on time. Instructors are finished at 16.30hrs. Parents and Guardians are responsible for children after this time. It is not a requirement for parents to rig their child’s boat. Your child will learn to do this with practice. Changing rooms in the dinghy centre are for junior members. If an adult must enter the junior changing room to assist their child before and/or after the sailing course each day then please note that the club operates a ‘two adult’ policy when entering the junior changing room. Please ensure you have another adult or instructor to accompany you. The Royal Cork Yacht Club reserves the right to cancel a sailing course. The Royal Cork Yacht Club does not hire/lease or loan club boats for use on the sailing courses. Early bookings ensure the club can secure the necessary resources required to organise successful junior sailing courses. Start and finish times All sailing courses start at 09.00hrs and finish at 16.30hrs Buoyancy Aids All course participants must wear an approved personal buoyancy aid for the duration of the sailing course and will not be permitted to participate without one. Inflatable life jackets are not suitable for the junior sailing courses Clothing Requirements On the water: Wetsuit, booties, waterproof jacket, buoyancy aid, Hat/Sun block. Runners and Flipflops are deemed inappropriate for use while on the water. On land: Please bring a change of clothes, fleece jacket and a towel in a waterproof bag or sailing bag. Lunchtime & Packed Lunch Lunch times vary depending on the sailing course activities. Children are not allowed off site during lunchtime. Please bring a packed lunch and a drink. There are no microwave or hot water facilities for course participants. Children are accompanied by their instructor to the club bar to purchase chocolate, ice cream, drinks and snacks. Mobile Phone Policy Royal Cork Yacht Club operates a ‘No Mobile Phone’ policy while on Junior Sailing Courses. Course participants are required to keep their mobile phones in their gear bag in the changing room. Should they require to use their phone they may ask the permission of their instructors. Swimming Assessment All children participating in junior sailing courses are assessed for their water confidence through fun & structured games on the water regardless of whether they can swim or not. This water confidence assessment is carried out on the first day of the sailing course. This is to ensure they have confidence in their buoyancy aid should they enter the water accidently or during capsize drills. Children are encouraged to A. Thread water. B. Hold their face under water. C. Swim 25 yards WITH a buoyancy aid, wearing their wetsuits and booties. Behaviour & Code of Conduct The Royal Cork Yacht Club ascribes to the “Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport” issued by Sport Ireland. This is designed to protect children from bullying or abuse and to allow them to pursue their sport or hobby in a comfortable and safe environment. Our Child Liaison Officer is Dr Larrie Martin who is available to discuss any concerns in this area. Passing Sailing Levels The junior sailing courses are primarily about children enjoying themselves through the medium of water and sailing and at the same time acquiring a skill that they will have throughout life. It is not a requirement to pass a new Level every year. It is perfectly acceptable to do the same level two years in a row. However if your child is keen to move on through the courses then it is strongly recommended the child participates regularly in fleet racing and activities in order to be more comfortable and in control of the boat and better able to cope with the increased demands of the next and more advanced Level. Courses are designed to be taught over a specific time period and full attendance is required in order to achieve the level. Junior Sailing courses form just part of the sailing activities in the club and it is hoped that children having completed their sailing course will participate in club sailing and racing activities and therefore become more confident and competent on the water. Junior fleet racing takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons throughout the summer and children are strongly encouraged to participate. Mid - course Debrief A mid - course debrief is held with each course participant mid - way through their course except for those participating on Cara Na Mara, Taste of Sailing and Camps. The course debrief is aimed at encouraging and praising the participants efforts thus far on the course and ensuring they are aware of any elements of the course yet to be achieved. Sailing Course Dates 2019 1st July – 5th July Taste Of Sailing 6 – 9yrs 1st July – 12th July Start Sailing (level 1) 1st July - 12th July Basic Skills (level 2) 15th July – 26th July Improving Skills (level 3) 15th July – 19th July Advanced Boat Handling 22nd July – 26th July Taste Of Sailing 6 – 9yrs 29th July – 2nd August Kites & Wires 29th July – 2nd August Advanced Boat Handling Basic Courses Taste of Sailing (Cara Na Mara) for 6yrs – 9yrs Syllabus here Run over 5 days starting at 09.00hrs each day. Participants are required to have their own wetsuit, booties and buoyancy aid. Participants are not required to have their own boat. Start Sailing Syllabus here Run over 10 days starting at 09.00hrs each day. Participants are required to have their own wetsuit, booties and buoyancy aid. Participants are required to have their own boat. It is recommended that having completed start sailing, course participants sail regularly with club racing/sailing activities to practice the skills they have acquired on start sailing. Basic Skills Syllabus here Run over 10 days starting at 09.00hrs each day. Participants are required to have their own wetsuit, booties and buoyancy aid. Participants are required to have their own boat. It is recommended that course participants are regularly sailing in club racing activities to practice their skills prior to doing Basis Skills. Improving Skills Syllabus here Run over 10 days starting at 09.00hrs each day. Participants are required to have their own wetsuit, booties and buoyancy aid. Participants are required to have their own boat. It is recommended that course participants are regularly sailing in club racing activities to practice their skills prior to doing Improving Skills. Advanced Courses Advanced Boat Handling Syllabus here Run over 5 days starting at 09.00hrs each day. Course participants must have completed and achieved Improving skills in order to do advanced boat handling. Participants are required to have their own boat. It is recommended that course participants are regularly sailing in club racing activities to practice their skills prior to doing Advanced Boat Handling. Kites & Wires Syllabus here Run over 5 days starting at 09.00hrs each day. Course participants must have completed and achieved Improving Skills in order to do Kites and Wires. Participants are required to have their own boat. It is recommended that course participants are regularly sailing in club racing activities to practice their skills prior to doing Kites and Wires. Medical Consent In the event of a medical emergency on the junior sailing courses, I give my permission to authorise medical intervention. Conclusion Please ensure you have read and understand all of the information above before booking a junior sailing course. Queries to email@example.com or 021 4831023 Terms and Conditions Agreement* I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions Payment InformationTo complete the form please fill out your payment informationCredit Card American ExpressDiscoverMasterCardVisa Card Number Month010203040506070809101112 Year20192020202120222023202420252026202720282029203020312032203320342035203620372038 Expiration Date Security Code Cardholder Name CAPTCHAPayment Total 0,00 € This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.