Course Details

Recreational PWC (Jetski) Tuition

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Recreational PWC (Jetski) Tuition

Recreational Jetski tuition for all experience levels. 
Our experienced and commercially qualified riders can show you how to get the best out of your Craft. Whether you are a total novice with your first PWC, have just upgraded to a bigger faster one, or just want to upgrade your skills to tackle whatever conditions you encounter,  we will deliver custom tuition to get you riding with confidence. 

Introduction

Suitable for people who are new to using a PWC or wish to upgrade their skills to get more out of their PWC.  This course is totally flexible and can be customised to your pace of learning and the outcomes you wish to achieve. 

Targeted Audience

Recreational personal watercraft riders ( Jet Ski, Seadoo, Waverunner etc)  of all abilities who want to improve their riding skills in a safe manner under the supervision and guidance of experienced trainers. 

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • After attending this course participants will be issued with the following record of training
  • Certificate of Achievement - Recreational PWC Workshop

Program Benefits

  • Avoid personal injury and craft damage
  • Improve Confidence

Content

  • Select your own training outcomes from the following
  • All the Basics
  • Ride preparation
  • Launch and Retrieve your PWC from a boat ramp
  • Slow speed manouvres
  • Smooth water skills
  • Capsize recovery
  • Boarding your PWC (shallow water/deep water/)
  • Manouvres at Speed
  • Intermediate Skills
  • Negotiating chop and small surf
  • Towing aquaplaners / other vessels on smooth water
  • Negotiating ocean swell / open waters
  • Advanced skills
  • Negotiating Surf of 2 metre plus
  • Rescue and recovery techniques
  • Race techniques
  • Tow in Surfing

Learning Methods

On water practical activities - Learn by doing.

Riding a PWC is a high risk activity.  You will be required to sign an acceptance of risk, medical declaration and liability waiver before undertaking any PWC training activity.  You must be over 12 years of age and hold a valid NSW PWC licence or equivalent to drive any PWC.  

Students are responsible for providing their own Personal Flotation Device (PFD) and suitable attire for PWC activities.   A reasonable level of physical fitness and a minimum swimming ability is expected of all training participants.  

You may bring your own PWC  or use ours.  The registered owner must complete a vessel consent form for any PWC to be used for training activities.  Any craft used for training will be subject to inspection prior to use and proof of insurance and registration will be required. 

 

 

Scheduled Courses

Please select a course date from the list. If there are no dates currently listed for this course or you would like to book a private course, please contact us via the enquire now button.

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