Race Officer Seminars
Race Management Assistant Race Officer (Level 1) & Club Race Officer (Level 2)
The Ontario Sailing Race Management Committee has course conductors certified by Sail Canada available to run workshops in race management in your area. If there is sufficient interest within your club or class association, a workshop can be arranged right in your home club. If you would like to arrange for a course to be run at your club please contact Krystal via email or 1-888-672-7245 ext. 221.
TO REGISTER FOR ONE OF THE COURSES LISTED BELOW, CLICK HERE
|COURSE||LOCATION||DATES||COURSE FEE||COURSE CONDUCTORS|
|Level 1&2 Race Officer Course||Royal Canadian Yacht Club||February 11 & 12, 2017||$75.71||Dave Sprague & Irene McNeill|
|Level 1&2 Race Officer Course||Sarnia Yacht Club||March 4 & 5, 2017||$75.71||Irene McNeill & Bill Visser|
|Level 1&2 Race Officer Course||Kingston Yacht Club||March 18 & 19, 2017||$75.71||Ross Cameron & Bill Visser|
|Level 1 Assistant Race Officer Course||Royal Hamilton Yacht Club||March 25, 2017||$53.11||Irene McNeill & Pat Lymburner|
|Level 1&2 Race Officer Course||Barrie Yacht Club||March 25 & 26, 2017||$75.71||Graham Dougall, Steve Reid, & Paul Brennan|
|Level 1 Assistant Race Officer Course||Niagara-on-the-Lake Sailing Club||April 1, 2017||$53.11||John Weakley & Paul Brennan|
|Level 1&2 Mark Layer Prerequisite Seminar||Kingston Yacht Club||May 13 & 14, 2017||$75.71||Bill Visser & Ross Cameron|
|More courses will be posted if/when member clubs confirm interest.|
*A current Rule Book is required for all courses. These are available for purchase by contacting Margaret at ext. 223 or via email.
TO REGISTER FOR ONE OF THE COURSES LISTED ABOVE, CLICK HERE
Assistant Race Officer (Level 1) Theory
- Duties and responsibilities of:
- Flag Officer
- Sound Signaler
- Line Judge
- Basic compass skills
- Setting and maintaining start/finish lines
- Duties and responsibilities of leading a Race Management Team
- Regatta Organization
- Compass Skills – Calculating race course
All workshops are intended to be self-supporting. Therefore all workshops are scheduled with a pre-registration date and a minimum registration clause. If the minimum number of registrants have not replied by the pre-registration date, the workshop will not be conducted as scheduled.
The Level 1 course is approximately 4-5 hours. Level 2 courses take approximately 12-14 hours to cover the theory and some practical demonstrations. Depending upon the area and the availability of course conductors, workshops can be structured to run during a weekend or over three evenings.