(Workshop) Combined SUP Courses: L1 & SUP Rescue
Hartlepool, Durham England, UK
Times and Dates
9:00 am - 17:00 pm
14-October-2022 - 16-October-2022
12 months ASI membership
Bring to Workshop
On Water Training
The Lock Office, Slake Terrace
Hartlepool, Tees Valley, TS24 0RU, England
Parking available. Payment required.
This enrolment option is a one stop enrolment form covering the below courses.
Note: SUP Rescue and SUP Wise Intensiv courses are required in order to gain your ASI SUP instructor qualification.
SUP Rescue Water Safety Award
Fri. 14 October 2022. 12pm to 5pm (5 hrs)
Level 1 SUP Instructor (Enclosed Flat Water)
Sat-Sun. 15-16 October 2022. 9am to 5pm (2 days)
On Water Training are providing local support for the ASI training, providing a wealth of local area knowledge.
PRACTICAL HOURS EXPERIENCE
On Water Training can provide practical hours instructing experience.
Read the course information and requirements before enrolling.
Durham Tees Valley Airport (MME). (22 miles, 30 minute drive to training venue)
Newcastle International Airport (NCL) (41 miles, 40 minute drive)
Closest train station:
Hartlepool (300 metres to training venue)
Closest bus station:
Please bring the following equipment:
- Flat water SUP board & coiled leash
- SUP paddling clothing
If you are travelling and don’t have your SUP board or SUP gear, you can hire it from On Water Training.
Please contact Adam Henderson in advance to organise.
Ph: UK: +44 7538484570
The training is being held at Hartlepool Marina which offers ideal flat-water conditions for SUP at a historic quay.
Immediately outside of the Marina is an inlet, perfect for gradual introduction to exposed waters.
A short hop across the beach is the coastline around Seaton Carew and Hartlepool with ideal surf conditions forming on a northerly swell.
Hartlepool Marina, is a multi-award winning visitor destination surrounded by a cosmopolitan mix of bistros, bars and restaurants.
It has links to Big Ben and the Titanic. You can also paddle under the mast of the Trincomalee – Britain’s oldest warship.
It is also host to a variety of bird and marine life. Cormorants and gannets, arctic turns, oyster catchers and Kittiwake’s to name a few.