(Workshop) SUP Rescue Award (Flat Water)
Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland
Times and Dates
13:00 pm - 17:00 pm
15-April-2023 - 15-April-2023
Bring to Workshop
Workshops. Full refund less €60 administration fee provided on minimum notice of 14 days prior to workshop date. Online courses, no refund paid once application has been processed. More info.
Usual Rate: EuroEuro € 100
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.
SUP Water Safety Rescue Award
Friday. 15 April 2023 1pm to 5pm (4 hrs)
Irish SUP are providing local support for the ASI training, providing a wealth of local area knowledge.
Read the course information and requirements before enrolling.
ASI instructors will need a current Frist Aid certificate to gain their ASI instructor qualification.
ASI Trainer, Paul Byrne, delivers First Aid training courses. Contact him for more information.
Paul Byrne Biography
Dublin airport (21 km - 30 min drive to training venue)
Train is available from airport to Dun Laoghaire (50 minutes)
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Please bring the following equipment:
- Flat water SUP board &
- Coiled leash
- SUP paddling clothing
Your board and gear can be left overnight at the training room venue.
If you are travelling and don’t have your SUP board/SUP gear, you can hire it from Irish SUP.
Ph: + 353 87 6439583 Email: email@example.com
Please contact them in advance to organise.
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