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Teaching the National Keelboat Program ‘In-House Training’. Keelboat Instructor Training (L1) Can be run In-House or by State. Theory 3hrs (EDICT) Centre safety policy , Role of instructor, YAIW work book Practical 9 hrs (3x3hr sessions)

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keelboat instructor training l1 can be run in house or by state
Keelboat Instructor Training (L1)Can be run In-House or by State
  • Theory 3hrs

(EDICT) Centre safety policy , Role of instructor, YAIW work book

  • Practical 9 hrs (3x3hr sessions)

Observes, Assists, Delivers under supervision of a Level 2-3 Instructor

  • On Water Assessment* (3hrs)

Deliver a session to ‘live’ students

*This must be conducted by an appointed Senior Instructor

keelboat instructor l1 can teach
Keelboat Instructor (L1) can teach:
  • Discover Sailing Experience
  • Start Crewing
  • Start Helming
keelboat start crewing
Keelboat - Start Crewing
  • For Complete Beginners
  • Emphasis on Safety and Enjoyment
  • Should ‘Understand’ how to do use Safety equipment, Theory of sailing.
  • Basic Knowledge of the Boat and rigging of sails
  • Use cleats , winches, Halyards and Sheets
  • Understands action to recover MOB
keelboat start helming
Keelboat - Start Helming
  • Building on Start Crewing
  • Correct use of safety equipment on board
  • Can prepare all rigging of the boat
  • Can recover a MOB
  • Can Helm on all points of sail
  • Basic knowledge of Rule of the Road
  • Use of weather forecasts
  • Anchoring in an Emergency
what type of instructor
What type of instructor?
  • What, in your experience makes a ‘bad’ instructor and a ‘good’ instructor?
  • Refer to your work book ...
  • What type of Instructor are YOU?
how do people learn
How do people learn?
  • The difference between:
  • Learning ‘theory’ knowledge
  • Learning practical skills
learning practical skills
Learning Practical Skills
  • All senses: 1.Hearing 2.Sight 3.Touch/feel
  • Wide variance with : 1. Age (Adults – Kids) 2. Attitude 3. Confidence.
  • Understanding?
  • Doing
  • Reinforcing
types of instruction 1 experiential
Types of Instruction 1. Experiential
  • Instructor teaches principles then ‘lets student get on with it’
  • Student is responsible for the route taken
  • Time consuming
  • Difficult to apply constraints
  • Can be difficult for the instructor to ‘pull it all together’
types of instruction 2 dictatorial
Types of Instruction2. Dictatorial
  • ‘Sailing by numbers’ -Do this, then do that and this will happen
  • Does not teach principles
  • Does not let the student understand what they are doing
  • Removes any ‘exploration’ in the task
  • Inflexible - parrot learning
  • Doesn’t teach student to make their own decisions based on assessment of situation
s ession plan
Session Plan
  • The plan should include……….
    • Wind
    • Tide
    • Time allowed
    • Briefing of the crew
    • Break down of the manoeuvre itself
    • Obstructions
    • Other water users
  • Dissemble a manoeuvre into individual tasks
  • Teach one principle (task) at a time
  • Practice
  • Add components together
  • Do not attempt to ‘bake the cake’ until you have assembled all the ingredients
edict the combined approach
EDICT- the combined Approach
  • Explanation- the Principles
  • Demonstration
  • Imitation
  • Correction
  • Training (practice)
e xplanation
  • Clear
  • Concise (short)- ‘Bullet points’- Don’t be verbose
  • Be Relevant- avoid going off on tangents
  • Pictures tell a thousand words ( Use Introductory Keelboat training aid
  • Use the boat!
  • Audible / visible- have you got everyone’s attention?
  • Understood- test by asking questions
  • Remember- You can never make it too simple!
d emonstration
  • Clear
  • Concise
  • Matches explanation
  • You as an instructor MUST demonstrate on how YOU would like it done
i mitation
  • Students attempt to ‘copy’ instructors demo
  • Instructor observes students, making notes if necessary
  • Instructor only intervenes if safety is compromised
c orrection
  • Feedback model
  • Praise/corrective feedback/praise
  • Identify fault(s)-no more than 3
  • Have the students try again
  • If they still can’tdemonstrate , YOU the instructor must demonstrate again
  • Once identified, suggest solution
  • Try to give opportunity to apply solution
  • Sunglasses – remove
  • Wind direction
  • Sun
  • Eye contact / level
  • Physical position
  • Pitfalls…..
training practice
Training (practice)
  • Allow practice of ‘good’ things, too
  • This will reinforce good practice.
  • More feedback can be given as necessary
sign or defer
Sign or Defer?
  • Logbook
  • Instructor must sign the log book
  • Do they understand the principles?
  • i.e. Does the Student need:

1. more Practice or

2. more tuition

Don’t sign if they haven’t got it…