An overview of the range of services we offer can be found below.
Individual enrolments – our programs are great fun, and we are keen to help you get started…
CREW (Level 1) – learn the competencies to “hand, reef and steer”, operating as a capable and helpful member of a small boat sailing crew and the expedition family.
MATE (Level 2) is an assistant skipper, able to lead by example, help teach the crew and support the work of skippers.
SKIPPER (Level 3) – leads crew and mates on adventurous activities with a focus on teaching each of the watch leader roles.
BLACK WATCH LEADER (Level 4) – leads work teams and manages risk as an expedition leader
CAPTAIN (Level 5) – manages expeditions, providing support and mentoring for Skippers and Black Watch Leaders
Tailored group experiences
Adventure therapy expeditions
Youth and community groups
Corporate regatta experiences
Family adventure holidays
Gold residential project opportunities
Voluntary service, active recreation and personal skill development opportunities
Staff inservice training:
We deliver tailored and specialised training for the human services sector:
Deepening engagement and learning
Co-facilitation and situational leadership skills
Working with conflict and holding space for difficult conversations
Facilitating educational and therapeutic experiences in nature
Curriculum and Training:
Our curriculum is delivered through sequenced adventures with progressively more responsibility so you can become a better sailor and group facilitator.
We support our skippers to gain experience and qualifications in catering, youth work, logistics, navigation, sailing, bushwalking, sea kayaking, snorkelling, remote area first aid, water rescues and rescue boat operation.
Our sail training and support vessels are well designed, built and maintained by our staff – and more are currently being constructed especially for our purposes – check out our boats
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