Thank you to members assisting we lost Kelly (injury) but had enough to have the 3 fill crews with 4 students in each OC6. One student did mot make it leaving a total of 12.
The weather behaved and all the feedback was positive ranked 5 out of 5 Excellent with one at 4 all comments were - Loved it, Had fun thank you, good workout Great fun and more.
The feeling if we don’t pick up members we have another group of ambassadors. Well done.
Next Saturday we have Level 2 and 3 have already signed up some others were keen if they can get the time off work so we may pick up some more.
Lindsay and myself will be away and unable to assist I don’t get back until around midday Saturday at the end of the session.
At this stage there is Steve alone and we need another 2 members at least to assist. or it can’t run. Members need to be there from 8.30 to 12.15.
really need a few more to help with the single craft.
Level 2 steps up a peg from level 1, the 3 Punters have forked out $40 each for the privilege. As always weather can cause changes on the day but this is what we have advertised.
An outline of what we have to provide -
- Students have already the manual handed out at previous level one it covers all levels
- A brief, Seating position and roll played, huli drill review.
This leaves 2.5 hours paddling time.
not necessarily in this order
- Introduction to Single & Double craft (OC1 & 2) water skills training, (solo paddling on these craft is for the next level)
- Paddle in OC6 to Nobbys break wall and back. (A paddle outside is for the next level)
- Some where at an appropriate time if possible some static water exit and entry drills. Hypothermia risks at this time of the year to be considered may need to be the last thing where a dry changes of clothes are handy.
Another option if the numbers stay at 3 students and 3 members split the session between 3 OC2′s and a OC6.