Sailwave Training 2020
CORK Basic Scoring course:
Sunday March 29th
Kingston Yacht Club (1 Maitland St)
Registration is here:
Click on Competitor Registration, Register for an event, choose Sailwave Basic Scoring
This workshop will cover:
– CORK’s Results Management Manual
– CORK’s Scoring System refresher
– Sailwave Basics
– Working with Registration
– Setting up the Regatta
– Scoring Races
– Scoring Changes
The cost for this training is $30
Includes Coffee/tea continental breakfast and Lunch
Mark Set Training 2020
August 6-9th 2020
Thursday August 6th 1-7 pm
Friday August 7th after racing
Saturday August 8th on water experience
Sunday August 9th on water experience
If you are interested in this Mark Set course please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Race Management Development Opportunities at CORK in 2020
CORK has always provided development opportunities for volunteer officials, helping them to practice and perfect the skills used to run sailing regattas.
In 2019, CORK started a more formal development program for Judges, giving them specific opportunities to work with and learn from more experienced officials on higher-level regattas. With 2 World Championships, 4 North Americans, and 4 National championships this summer, there were some great events to be part of!
In 2020 the program for Judges will continue, and CORK will also be offering development programs for members of the race committee, click a role title for details:
CORK is a great place to get real-life experience that complements the classroom training run by Sail Canada and the provincial sailing associations.
If you are interested in a development opportunity, please email email@example.com with:
- Role you are interested in.
- Which event(s) you would be available for (2020 schedule is here).
Generally you must be available for all on-water days for the event.
Development Opportunities for Judges at CORK in 2020
An exciting initiative was launched in 2019 providing learning opportunities for judges during the events at CORK. On water judging, arbitration, and protest hearing experiences were complemented by training sessions led by national and international judges.
In 2020, the goal is even more ambitious. During the three 2020 August regattas, the advanced judge training will be overseen by Chris Watts, (IJ-GBR) former RYA chair for Judge Training and Certification and World Sailing IJ Seminar Instructor and Pat Healy (IJ-USA) Chairman CORK Protest Committee.
Judges interested in developing their skills and gaining experience are invited to submit their applications to participate at one or more of the 6 events scheduled at CORK. Please indicate your current level of certification, your Appendix P experience, your judging goals as well as your racing experience. Applications should be submitted to CORK at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Canadian Power and Sail Squadron offers Maritime Radio courses across the country www.boatingcourses.ca
Race Officer and Club Judge Training through Ontario Sailing:
Register for these courses here: Ontario Sailing