COVID-19: If local restrictions allow, all Instructor training can return to usual delivery as detailed below.
This scheme can be taught in a variety of small open powerboats such as RIBs, dories and sportsboats and is aimed at a variety of users from casual leisure boaters to professional small boat skippers. As an instructor you will therefore need to have experience in a variety of boats and situations.
||First aid certificate
RYA Powerboat Level 2
Health declaration form or medical questionnaire
||Five seasons experience of powerboating logged (preferably in range of boat types and sizes) OR one season for those who use powerboats as an integral part of their normal full-time occupation.
|Pre-entry assessment||Candidates must attend a skills assessment prior to their instructor training course. Details can be found in the RYA Power Schemes Instructor Handbook (G19)
Three day course assessed by an independent Trainer on the third day.
Recognised Training Centres offering these courses in 2021 TBC
|Qualified to teach
||Up to and including Powerboat Level 2 under the supervision of the Principal or Chief Instructor. If you hold the Safety Boat Certificate, you may also teach the RYA Safety Boat Course.
||Five years from date of issue, provided that a valid first aid certificate is maintained.
You will be asked to sign a health declaration stating that you are not suffering from any physical or mental impaiment which has an adverse effect on your abililty to properly discharge your duty of care as an instructor. If you are unable to sign the standard declaration, you will be required to complete a medical questionnaire.