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Ha Haar! Scroll down to find:

  • Sea School administration forms and other documentation you may need
  • Research and training links and resources for your Sea School Certificate study
  • Links to similar sail training and adventure therapy organisations in our region and around the world
  • Suggestion box – please add ideas or email us attachments for inclusion on this page – the aim is to become a useful resource for all sailing educators 🙂


Sea School administration and documentation:

Sea School Certificate – research and training information:

Crew (level 1)

  • Expedition handbook
  • Queensland Boating Guide 2017
  • The Sea School Certificate (level 1) is able to be completed with adequate preparation, and at least four days of applying your skills in an expedition setting

Mate (level 2)

  • Attainment of a Sea School Certificate (level 2)  involves training and assessment throughout at least two expeditions (which can also count for your Duke of Edinburgh Award expeditions, service, physical recreation or skills components)
  • Aligned to nationally accredited units of competence under the Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation – please contact us for more details about this
  • A Mate can train and assess the level 1 Sea School Certificate in partnership with a Skipper
  • Sea School Certificate Training Level 2 are notes that a skipper will help you to complete in preparation for your training and qualifying expeditions.
  • Example of a Qualifying Expedition Report

Skipper (level 3)

Master (level 4)

  • Commercial Skipper and/or Sailing/Sea Instructor qualifications with additional Training and Assessment qualifications are required to assess our level 3 candidates.

Moreton Bay Venue information

Marine weather interpretation and forecast information

Navigation planning and ColRegs research







Marine Rescue

Minimal Impact


Adventure education/wilderness therapy information:


Risk and Risk Management

Group Leadership and Facilitation


Adventure Based Learning articles

Social and emotional skills, resilience

 Motivational Interviewing/Conversations

Psychology and Adventure Therapy  articles and resources

Rites of Passage

Debriefing and reflective practice

Narrative practice


Historical perspective – Kurt Hahn

More helpful frameworks and models:

 1384042759497jan12 080P1000082  

Links to other sail training organisations:

Sail Training – Research and Evaluation

scruffie 060074phone 240

 South Passage – Brisbane

View the  South Passage video  (featuring Edmund Rice Education and Blue Peter) and this one too

Pamphlett Sea Scouts – Brisbane                   SAILS bayside – Brisbane
 Windeward Bound – Hobart
Tribal Warrior – Redfern
One and All – Adelaide
Leeuwin – Perth
Sea Trek – Perth                                                       Pelican – Bermagui
Young Endeavour – Sydney
Young Endeavour report                          Spirit of Adventure – NZ
Trinity Sailing Foundation – UK            Ocean Youth Trust UK              Classic Sailing – UK Handbook
Sail Training International                          STI research                                 Tall Ships America
NOLS Sailing Courses – Mexico        Sailaday – England
Dovetail – Brisbane
 Please send your suggestions for further links and learning resources:


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