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Level 1 ISA – SUP Instructor Course (50% deposit)

Level 1 ISA – SUP Instructor Course (50% deposit)

£147.50

The course aims to equip candidates with the skills and knowledge required to introduce the novice to SUP in a safe and supportive environment. To accredit, 20 hours (non-paid) instructing post course and then return these hours logged in the workbook to the course trainer.

This payment is the 50% deposit, the rest will be payable on the day. Full course cost £295

See below for more details on pre-requisites for the course.

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The International Surfing Association Level 1 (Flatwater) SUP Instructor works with the novice in flat/calm water teaching basic  SUP skills including an introduction to equipment, beach safety, Carrying the SUP board, Paddling the SUP board, Entering the water, Paddling kneeling, Standing paddle forward, Paddle turning left and right, Dismount

This course is aimed at individuals with SUP experience who wish to teach basic SUP techniques to the novice.

Level Participant Environment Board Ratio
1 Novice Flat Water Soft/Hard 1:8 Max

 Definition

Novice: Learning to paddle kneeling, standing and turning left and right on flat water.

Aim

The course aims to equip candidates with the skills and knowledge required to introduce the novice to SUP in a safe and supportive environment. To accredit, 20 hours (non-paid) instructing post course and then return these hours logged in the workbook to the course trainer.

Student Ratio

The SUP Instructor will operate a 1:8 instructor/ student ratio when in the water with surfers.

Course Prerequisites:

Age

The candidate must be 16 years or older.

SUP Proficiency

The candidate must demonstrate an ability to:

  • Kneeling Paddle between buoys at 20m interval
  • Standing paddle both ways around the buoys in a figure eight [8] pathway.
  • Standing paddle between buoys at 20 m interval changing hands every 3 strokes
  • Safe Dismount

 

First Aid/ Lifesaving

The candidate must hold a suitable first aid/rescue award in the UK, which can be taken up to a year after the course.

Course Duration

The Level 1 Surf Coach Course is run over two days and involves practical and theory modules.

To complete certification a candidate must:

  1. Attend this course. If deemed ‘not competent’ in any part of the assessment, you will have an opportunity to develop competency during the 20 hours coaching.
  2. “Code of Ethics” understood and signed for.
  3. Min. 20 hours of beginner level practical coaching (guided and signed off by designated supervisor instructor).
  4. After 20 hours, send lesson plans and Post Course checklist (Pg. 73) signed off by supervising coach into course presenter or ISA.
  5. The Supervisor should be at least ISA level held for at least one year.
  6. Once accepted the ISA will send your coaching certificate to you.
  7. You have a year to accredit fully from the date of your course

 

Every year there is an annual re-registration of $100 USD, you are sent a reminder. If it lapses longer than 6 months you may need to reassess pay a late fee.

Additional information

Course Dates

28th – 29th March 2019