Tuesday, 10 July (1830hrs - 1930hrs) Kellett Island, Main Lawn

Vaughan Marsh, the RYA’s (Royal Yachting Association) Chief Instructor for sail and motor cruising, will be visiting the RHKYC on the 10th July to give a talk on the RYA scheme.  He will provide an overview of the RYA and details of the RYA training scheme from novice to professional qualifications and there will be time at the end to question Vaughan on specific topics of interest.

The RYA training schemes span 2,500 RYA recognised training centres the length and breadth of the UK and in 58 countries around the world including Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Indonesia, Asia and the USA.  Each year 250,000 people learn how to sail or safely operate windsurfers, dinghies, yachts, motorboats, narrowboats, powerboats and personal watercraft and everything in between.  Our team of highly skilled Trainers and Coaches mentor our network of 25,000 instructors; empowering them to teach and inspire all those who want to learn more about the exhilaration of being out on the water, whether it’s for work or play.

In addition to leisure certificates, over 25,000 professionals working on commercial vessels across the world have RYA Certificates of Competence. They choose the RYA because we are the largest and longest-established organisation to offer training and certification, and we have a global reputation for quality. We work with governments and other key organisations to develop courses that ensure a level of excellence that is familiar to everyone - especially employers - wherever they live or work.  UK organisations that have adopted RYA training include the Royal Navy, RNLI, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, the MoD, the Police and the Fire Service.


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