(Workshop) Level 1 SUP Technical Coach

Training Venue

Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland

Sports

SUP

Times and Dates

9:00 am - 16:00 pm

15-September-2023 - 15-September-2023

Closing: 05-September-2023

Included

Practical workshop session

 

Bring to Workshop

SUP board-leash-paddle
SUP clothing 
Lunch

Languages

English

Refund Policy

n/a

Course Fee

ASI School Fee: EuroEuro € 320

Usual Rate: EuroEuro € 370

Dun Laoghaire Motor Yacht Club, West Pier, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.
Geo: 53°17’46.5″N 6°08’48.6″W
Paid parking available at venue.

Go the next step in your ASI SUP Instructor career.   Provide coaching to improve technical paddling skills.  
This course is available via a combination of e-learning and attending this one day workshop. 


FEES
"ASI School Fee" applies to ASI Accredited School owners and their staff. 


SCHEDULE  

Level 1 SUP Technical Coach 
Friday, 15 September 2023.    9am to 4pm 


IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Read the course information and requirements before enrolling.  
See SUP/Courses


HOSTING
Irish SUP are providing local support for the ASI training, providing a wealth of local area knowledge. 
 

Paul Byrne   Biography

There are many excellent and well priced Bed & Breakfast (B&Bs) available in the Dun Laoghaire area:
Clayton Hotel, Ballsbridge, Co Dublin website
Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire  website
Haddington House, Dun Laoghaire  website

 

Closest airport: 
Dublin airport (21 km  - 30 min drive to training venue)

Train is available from airport to Dun Laoghaire (50 minutes) 

Closest train station: 
Dun Laoghaire

Closest bus station:  
Dun Laoghaire

The following equipment and clothing is required to complete the training:
• SUP all round board & coiled leash  
• Paddle
• SUP clothing 
 
Race boards are not acceptable.
 
If you are travelling and don’t have your SUP board or SUP gear, you can hire it from Irish SUP. 
Ph:  + 353 87 6439583  Email: info@irishsup.com
Please contact them in advance to organise.

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