The Sailing Office is finally able to offer the following courses. Click on the link to register your expression of interest in the next course available.

 

 

 

Recreational Skippers Ticket

The Recreational Skipper’s Ticket (RST) is a nationally-recognised certificate of competency which shows that the holder has the minimum knowledge and practical skills needed to operate a powerboat safely.

At Fremantle Sailing Club we require all operators of our coach boats and rescue boats to have an RST.

If you would like to put your name on the list to attend our next upcoming RST course please register your details via the link below.

 

Click here to register your interest in the upcoming RST Courses

First Aid Certificate

Learning first aid will give you the skills, knowledge and confidence to potentially save the life of someone who needs it.

First aid is the difference you can make to assist someone who has become ill or injured before emergency help arrives.

What occurs in those first five minutes after an accident can be crucial to the outcome.

It can be as simple as knowing to tilt the head back to clear an airway, to more complex things like knowing the different treatments for various bites and stings.

If you would like to register your interest for the next First Aid Course that FSC are running please complete your details on the link below

 

Click here to register your Interest in the next First Aid Course

 

Mark Laying Course

This course is open to any person interested in learning how to lay marks for a regatta or club sailing. The workshop will cover:

  • General principles of Mark Laying
  • How to use a GPS
  • Use of Course Laying Charts displaying the bearing and distance for each mark
  • Safety

The morning session will be in the class room with a practical session in the afternoon

If you would like to register your Interest in the next Mark Laying Course please follow the link below and register your details

 

Click here to register your Interest in the next Mark Laying Course

Club Race Officer Course

Race Officers are a type of race official used during the running of sailing races run under the Racing Rules of Sailing. Their role is primarily linked to on-the-water race management issues. Primarily they are responsible for laying the course and starting and finishing the races.

Fremantle Sailing Club has a number of World Championship events happening over the next few seasons and are wanting to upskill their pool of volunteers to assist with not only World Championships but the everyday running of sailing events out of the club.

To register your interest in the next Club Race Officer Course please follow the link below and complete your details.

 

Click here to register your Interest in the next Club Race Officer Course

Safety and Sea Survival Course

The Australian Sailing Safety and Sea Survival course was developed following the fatalities of the 1998 Sydney to Hobart Race.  This course is an essential learning forum for anyone who takes to sea, whether by sail or motor vessel, or for professional or recreational reasons.  The intensive two day course aims to deliver up-to-date information and current techniques in an interactive environment.  Included in the course are practical exercises where candidates will become familiar with the deployment and use of liferafts, and the use of inflatable lifejackets in a pool; plus a flare deployment practice.

To register you interest in the upcoming Safety and Sea Survival Course please complete your detail via the link below

 

Click here to register your interest in the upcoming Safety and Sea Survival Course