The first two weeks provide intensive foundation training. You'll learn how to sail effectively, and deliver essential courses in first aid and rescue boat driving. The middle two weeks are the core of the skill-building programme. You sail under the guidance of expert coaches who guarantee to improve your performance on the water. The final two weeks are devoted to instructor training and assessment. You will develop an imaginative approach to teaching safe and efficient sailing, as well as the theory that underlies it. You'll have time to learn and practise the necessary teaching techniques before being examined. After you've qualified, you get help into a job. Thousands of jobs in sailing, diving, surfing, windsurfing, skiing and snowboarding are advertised on the Flying Fish website every year - and your free membership of the Flying Fish online recruitment service means you get to hear about them first. You have a fantastic choice of warm water training locations to train in – Vassiliki in Greece or Sydney in Australia. During your time off you can go windsurfing, mountain biking and diving.
- RYA First Aid
- RYA Powerboat Level 2
- RYA Dinghy Level 1 Start Sailing
- RYA Dinghy Level 2 Basic Skills
- RYA Dinghy Seamanship Skills
- RYA Dinghy Level 3 Better Sailing
- RYA Dinghy Sailing with Spinnakers
- RYA Dinghy Start Racing
- RYA Dinghy Performance Sailing
- RYA Dinghy Instructor
Throughout the year (except February and April)
Vassiliki in Greece or Sydney in Australia
Weekly wages are around £175 for your first instructor job. Remember that living expenses are minimal, your accommodation is provided and in many places you get meals as well. If you start work in Australia you should be paid $20 an hour £160 / day . A senior instructor at an established UK training centre can expect a salary of £18,000.
minimum fitness level.
in-country support, training, qualification.
Free membership of Flying Fish online recruitment service
Free time activities like windsurfing, mountain biking and diving