(Workshop) SUP Technical Coach (Enclosed Flat Water)
Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland
Times and Dates
9:00 am - 16:00 pm
15-September-2023 - 15-September-2023
Online training manual
12 months ASI membership
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
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.
"ASI School Fee" applies to ASI Accredited School owners and their staff.
SUP Technical Coach (Enclosed Flat Water)
Friday, 15 September 2023. 9am to 4pm
Read the course information and requirements before enrolling.
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:
Connaught House (Extremely close, 100 metres, 2 mins walk to training venue)
Crofton Rd., Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland website
Windsor Lodge (1km, about 11 min walk to training venue)
3 Islington Avenue, Sandycove, Co. Dublin. website
Haddington House, Dun Laoghaire (800 metres, 10 min walk) Midrange website
Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire (300 metres, 5 min walk) Luxury hotel website
Clayton Hotel, Ballsbridge, Co Dublin (7.8kms/ 13 min car drive to venue) website
Dublin airport (21 km - 30 min drive to training venue)
Train is available from airport to Dun Laoghaire (50 minutes)
Closest train station:
Closest bus station:
• SUP all round board & coiled leash
Ph: + 353 87 6439583 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact them in advance to organise.
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