(Workshop) SUP Instructor Professional Skills Update

Training Venue

Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland

Sports

SUP

Times and Dates

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

11-August-2023 - 11-August-2023

Closing: 01-August-2023

Included

Certification
Training manuals
ASI T-shirt

Bring to Workshop

SUP board-leash-paddle
SUP clothing
Lunch

Languages

English

Refund Policy

Full refund less €60 administration fee provided on minimum notice of 14 days prior to workshop.  

Course Fee

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

This course is FREE to ASI SUP Instructors with current ASI accreditation/membership.


SCHEDULE  

SUP Instructor Professional Skills Update Course
Friday 11 August 2023.   9am to 12pm (3 hours)
 

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

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

Paul Byrne   Biography
Ph:  +353 87 6439583

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 paddling clothing

Race boards are NOT acceptable.

Your board and gear can be left overnight at the training room venue.

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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