Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Sailing.ca CANSail Club & School Pack © 2011 CYA.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Sailing.ca CANSail Club & School Pack © 2011 CYA."— Presentation transcript:

1 sailing.ca CANSail Club & School Pack © 2011 CYA

2 “Growing up near the water, I started sailing in sailing summer camp when I was 9 years old. I really enjoyed being outside, on the water, playing around on boats and being with my friends. I played many other sports all throughout growing up but in the summers I concentrated on achieving all the levels of sailing. It wasn't until I was about 15 that I narrowed my focus in on sailing and racing. When fun was met by challenges, goals were formed which hurdled me down a path of success, ultimately competing in two consecutive Olympic Games. What's really great about sailing is that it's a lifelong sport” ~Nikola Girke "As a youth, sailing around Nova Scotia was one of the many ways to get out and enjoy all of our lakes and ocean. Later in life, when I began sailing competitively, the local support from the sailing community, along with great coaches/mentors helped me realize my dream of achieving excellence." ~Paul Tingley Foreword: Whether your sailors are gearing up to be on Canada’s Olympic Sailing Team one day, or just looking to have fun on the water this summer, the CYA’s new sail training program will have them excited to sail. The CANSail dinghy programming has been designed with sailor’s age and developmental stage in mind. CANSail refers to Canada’s updated standards in learn-to-sail programming. The standards – and the programs the Instructors will deliver to meet those standards – are designed to provide all learning sailors with the solid foundation of sailing skills and experiences to then allow them to stick with sailing – at your club - in any sort of environment – Performance Race, Instruction, Coaching, Offshore, Program Leadership..... Of course, whichever stage the sailor is at the program offers fun and challenge to keep them coming back! CANSail Club Pack This CANSail Club Pack has been put together to help sailing schools and yacht clubs across Canada implement CANSail programming in 2012 and beyond. It contains helpful guides to assist you in designing your program offerings, and transition from CYA’s traditional programming. About the CYA Established in 1931, the CYA is Canada’s national governing body for the sport of sailing. The Association promotes sailing through collaboration with our partners, the Provincial Sailing Associations, member clubs, schools, and many individual stakeholders.

3 CANSail Club Pack Contents 1.Introduction to CANSail 2.CANSail Overview 3.Transitioning to CANSail in 2012 and beyond 4.Staffing Plan 5.Sailor Placement Guidelines 6.Programming Plan Samples 7.Sailor Resources Guidelines 8.Promotional Materials © 2011 CYA

4 CANSail Introduction What is CANSail? CANSail refers to Canada’s updated sailor training standards. CANSail Dinghy is CYA’s dinghy program for clubs to deliver across Canada. CANSail is a leading sail training initiative to foster performance in sailing and life long participation in the sport. Why CANSail? CYA traditional standards programming is tried and true, but exists unaltered from its establishment 23 or more years ago! CANSail is designed to be a set of progressive learn to sail standards focused on providing sailors with a solid foundation of core skills. It allows sailors to learn and progress in any type of boat and consolidates key skills and solid experiences before adding complex skills. How is CANSail rolling out in 2012? CANSail is ready to be delivered in 2012 at all sailing clubs, schools and camps in Canada. Even if you are delivering traditional programming in 2012 (White, Bronze), as long as your Instructors are CANSail trained, they will be accessing the CANSail tools and your sailors will receive CANSail programming and CANSail progress reports cards and certificates. Who is affected by CANSail implementation? Sailors in dinghy programs....will experience a new type of fun and learning! Instructors.... trained in CANSail will access the CANSail Instructor Tools! Clubs & Sailing Schools..... with CANSail trained Instructors, your club will access tools and guidelines to administer and deliver the programming! Where can I get resources and tools? This Pack contains guiding resources! Check with your Provincial Sailing Association or sailing.ca to find out about accessing administrating tools (online checklists & Technical Instructor Packs!) and Instructor training opportunities. © 2011 CYA

5 CANSail Program Overview © 2011 CYA CANSail 1 CANSail 3 CANSail 2 CANSail 4 CANSail 5 CANSail 6 CANSail Chutes & Wires 1 Fundamental skill acquisition in any type of boat (single / double handed) Fundamental stage of the LTSD. CANSail Wetfeet Applied skill acquisition in any type of boat (single / double handed) Learn to Sail Fast! stage of the LTSD. Applied skill consolidation in any type of boat (single / double handed) Learn to Train stage of the LTSD. Specialized double handed performance skill consolidation Learn to Train stage of the LTSD. Programming specific to ages 5-8 years, in an Optimist Dinghy Active Start stage of the LTSD CANSail Chutes & Wires 2

6 © 2011 CYA Transitioning to CANSail in 2012 What do I need to do to run CANSail programming at my club ? Have your existing staff take the CANSail Instructor training module – accessible early in 2012 through your PSAs and at sailing.ca. Completion of this module will train current CYA instructors to deliver programs to the CANSail standard. For example: A CANSail trained CYA White Sail Instructor will become White Sail Instructor, CANSail 1 & 2 trained. Register with your Provincial Sailing Association as a CANSail program deliverer. Update your programs’ promotions as being delivered according to the new CANSail standards. Use the promotional tools in this pack! Access and use the tools.... the CANSail program schedules, lesson plans, online checklists, administrative resources. Prepare to order program support resources for sailors (i.e. Workbooks), and tangible progress reports and stickers (for 100% of the sailors) and certificates (for CANSail standard achievers)

7 © 2011 CYA What program should last years sailors take? Where do I place new sailors? What should my 2012 programs be? CYA Traditional CANSailDelivery Options White Sail ICANSail 1 Full days / Half days 1, 2, 4 Weeks Evenings / Weekends Opti Singlehanded Doublehanded White Sail II CANSail 2 White Sail III Bronze IV LTR CANSail 3 Club Race Teams Bronze V LTR CANSail 4 Silver VI Gold VII CANSail 5 Chutes & Wires 1 may run concurrent to CS 5 or following CS 5 CANSail 6 Chutes & Wires 1 may run concurrent to CS 5 or following CS 5 CANSail Chutes & Wires 1 CANSail Chutes & Wires 2

8 © 2011 CYA What about my opti, double handed and single handed race teams, how do they fit into CANSail ? The CANSail programming – from CANSail 3 & up, has been aligned to allow for development programming for the race team sailors while they carry on with the teams’ activities. What about my fleet of boats? What does each CANSail level need to be taught on? The CANSail Dinghy program can be delivered on any kind of dinghy sailboat. The levels are not boat specific and can accommodate both single and double handed boats. If sailors were excited to do spinnaker and trapeze in Bronze 4 & 5 how do we keep them excited in CANSail 3 & 4? If market demands, Instructors can build spinnaker and trapeze learning into programming while working toward achieving CANSail 4 standards. Ideally, specialization learning takes place after CANSail 6, but in transition periods, an option is to deliver Chutes & Wires 1 concurrently with CANSail 5, or following CANSail 5.

9 © 2011 CYA Who can teach the CANSail levels? What about my existing instructors? 1- Current instructor staff must take the CANSail module accessible through PSAs and on sailing.ca 2- Any new instructors taking an instructor course in 2012 will receive the CANSail training. CYA TraditionalCANSailWho teaches White Sail ICANSail 1 White Sail Instructor CANSail trained to CANSail 1 & 2 Instructor White Sail II CANSail 2 White Sail III Bronze IV LTR CANSail 3 Bronze Sail Instructor & LTR Instructor CANSail trained to CANSail 3 & 4 Instructor Bronze V LTR CANSail 4 Silver VI Gold VII CANSail 5 LTR Instructor CANSail trained to 5 & 6 Instructor CANSail 6 - Chutes & Wires 1 or 2 CYA BS Instructor, CS trained or CANSail Instructor, DH Module Trained

10 © 2011 CYA Example 1 CANSail 5&6 adds advanced racing and complex skills. This replaces your Silver/Gold program. This is taught by a CANSail 5&6 instructor (or LTR CAN Sail trained) CANSail 1 & 2 CANSail 3 & 4 CANSail 5 & 6 Chutes and Wires 1 &2 For introductory sailors. This replaces your White Sail 1-3 course. This is taught by a CANSail 1&2 Instructor (or CANSail trained White Sail coach). CANSail 3&4 progressively builds and consolidates the skills in CANSail 1&2. This replaces your Bronze 4&5 course. This is taught by a CANSail 3&4 Instructor (or CANSail trained Bronze coach). Chutes and Wires 1 & 2 teaches the skills of spinnaker & trapeze. This course will build on double handed skills. This is taught by a Chutes and Wires instructor (or Bronze CANSail trained) 2012 Programming Examples

11 © 2011 CYA Example 2 CANSail 5 adds advanced racing and complex skills. Chutes & Wires 1 add spinnaker and trapeze. Taught by a CANSail 5 & 6 Instructor with Chutes and Wires Instructor accreditation. Wetfeet CANSail 3 & 4 CANSail 5 & Chutes & Wires 1 CANSail 6 & Chutes &Wires 2 For introductory sailors. This replaces your White Sail 1-3 course. This is taught by a CANSail 1&2 Instructor (or CANSail trained White Sail coach). CANSail 3&4 progressively builds and consolidates the skills in CANSail 1&2. This replaces your Bronze 4&5 course. This is taught by a CANSail 3&4 Instructor (or CANSail trained Bronze coach). CANSail 1 & 2 CANSail 6 builds on advanced racing and complex skills. Chutes & Wires 2 furthers spinnaker and trapeze skill. Taught by a CANSail 5 & 6 Instructor with Chutes and Wires Instructor accreditation. Introduction to sailing in an optimist boat. Taught by a Wetfeet accredited Instructor Programming Examples

12 © 2011 CYA 2012 Programming Examples Example 3 Wetfeet CANSail 3 & 4 CANSail 5 Single Handed For introductory sailors. This replaces your White Sail 1-3 course. This is taught by a CANSail 1&2 Instructor (or CANSail trained White Sail coach). CANSail 3&4 progressively builds and consolidates the skills in CANSail 1&2. This replaces your Bronze 4&5 course. This is taught by a CANSail 3&4 Instructor (or CANSail trained Bronze coach). CANSail 1 & 2 Introduction to sailing in an optimist boat. Taught by a Wetfeet accredited Instructor. Sailors continue to work on CANSail 3- 6 skills as part of club team environm ent. Club Race Team CANSail 5 and Chutes & Wires 1 CANSail 6 and Chutes & Wires 2 CANSail 5 and skills of spin and trapeze. CANSail 5&6 Instructor with Chutes and Wires 1 accreditation. CANSail 6 and skills of spin and trapeze. CANSail 5&6 Instructor with Chutes and Wires 1 accreditation. CANSail 5 adds advanced racing and complex skills. Taught by a CANSail 5&6 Instructor. CANSail6 adds advanced racing and complex skills. Taught by a CANSail 5&6 Instructor. CANSail 6 Single Handed

13 Further resources to assist in implementing CANSail at your club. © 2011 CYA Resources a.What to Order b.Course Selection Guide c.Administration d.Parent Guide e.Promotional Material

14 © 2011 CYA What to Order CYA TraditionalCANSailSailor Resource Order Guide White Sail ICANSail 1 Puffy & Friends – for CS 1 in Opti White Sail I Workbook – for CS 1 in non-Opti Basic Sailing Skills White Sail II CANSail 2 White Sail II Workbook – for non-Opti Optimist Sailing – for CS 2 & 3 in Opti White Sail IIIWhite Sail III Workbook – for non-Opti Bronze IV LTR CANSail 3 Advanced Sailing Skills Bronze Workbook Bronze V LTR CANSail 4 Advanced Sailing Skills Racing Rules of Sailing Silver VI Gold VII CANSail 5Racing Rules of Sailing CANSail 6 - Chutes & Wires 1 or 2 CANSail Tangible Take Homes include: Passport for all sailors, Stickers and Certificates

15 © 2011 CYA Course Selection Guide Wet Feet CANSail 1&2 CANSail 3&4 CANSail 5&6 Chutes and Wires 1&2 Club Race Team What program should I be in? Become and Instructor I have finished all my levels or have reached CANSail 4, love sailing and want to stay involved. I have finished the CANSail levels and really like racing! I really like sailing a double handed boat and have finished CANSail 4. I have finished CANSail 3&4, or Bronze 5 or have some silver/gold. I have finished CANSail 2&3 or have finished White Sail 3 or have some Bronze 4 &5. I have finished Wetfeet or I am new and older than 8. I have some White Sail 1-3. I am new and between 5- 8 years old. I have some opti experience. I have no White Sail experience yet.

16 © 2011 CYA Administration of CANSail

17 © 2011 CYA Parent Guide DOWNLOAD at sailing.ca and CUSTOMIZE!

18 © 2011 CYA DOWNLOAD at sailing.ca and CUSTOMIZE!


Download ppt "Sailing.ca CANSail Club & School Pack © 2011 CYA."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google