ISA Surflehrer Ausbildung 2017

  • ISA Surflehrerausbildung - SLSA Lifegaurd Kurs

ISA Surflehrer Ausbildung

SLSA Lifeguard Kurs und ISA Surflehrer Level 1. Das sind die beiden Lizenzen, die man braucht, um weltweit als Surflehrer zu arbeiten.

Die nächsten Kurse finden ab 11. Februar 2017 statt.
ISA level 1
Surflehrer Ausbildung - SLSA Lifeguard  
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2017 Termine:
ISA Level 1:    12.2. - 13.2.  2017
SLSA:              14.2. - 16.2. 2017
ISA 2:              17.2.  - 18.2. 2017
 
Es ist möglich früher im Camp anzureisen und länger zu bleiben. Frage einfach.

Mehr Infos zur Anreise und Unterkünften.
Preise weiter unten.

Costs and Reservation Surflehrerausbildung

Komplett Paket ISA 1 und SLSA 11.- 17.2.2017

  • ISA 1 and SLSA course (not included is the SLSA membership for 20 british pounds)
  • accomodation (6 nights)
  • plus food (6 breakfast, 6 lunch, 4 dinner)
  • Member ship ISA
  • 380 € + 195 british pounds SLSA + 250 british pounds ISA 1

SLSA Paket - 13. - 17.2. 2017

  • SLSA course (not included is the SLSA membership for 20 british pounds)
  • accomodation (4 nights)
  • (4 breakfast,4 lunchpaket, 3 dinner)
  • 270 € + 195 british pounds SLSA

Komplett Paket ISA 2 and SLSA - 13. - 19.2. 2017

  • ISA 2 and SLSA course (not included is the SLSA membership for 20 british pounds)
  • accomodation (6 nights)
  • plus food (6 breakfast, 6 lunchpaket, 5 dinner)
  • Member ship ISA
  • 435 € + 195 british pounds SLSA + 300 british pounds ISA 2

SUP Komplett Paket nach Anfrage

  • SUP and SLSA course (not included is the SLSA membership for 20 british pounds)
  • accomodation (7 nights)
  • plus food (7 breakfast, 7 lunchpaket, 4 dinner)
  • Member ship ISA
  • 380 € + 195 british pounds SLSA + 275 british pounds SUP

Reservation / Booking

Send us an Email with your Name, Address, Date of Birth etc.
Tell us which course you want to book - ISA 1 or 2, SUP and SLSA.
We will send you the confirmation with payment details

If you have any question, send us an email.

The SLSA membership for 20 british pounds is not included.

ISA Surf Instructor Award Level 1

The ISA Surf Instructor Level 1 Prerequisite - Surflehrerausbildung Voraussetzung:

  • A current Beach Lifeguard Qualification acceptable to the ISA 
  • At least two years personal surfing experience
  • The ISA Level 1 Coach will demonstrate that their Personal Surfing Ability is of an acceptable standard.
  • They will further demonstrate that they are competent to instruct surfers (on land and in the water) from Beginners (never surfed before) through to Intermediate level (able to paddle outside, catch green waves and ride right and left whilst performing basic manoeuvres).  

COURSE DELIVERY

DAY ONE:

Course overview

Brief descriptive overview

Assessments

Role of the Coach

Safety of the Surfer in your Care

On beach practical session

Venue analysis

Presenter delivered learn to surf lesson
 

Coaching methods


Skill development
    

DAY TWO:

Program planning

Assessment – Lesson planning

Delivering the planned lesson


Demonstrate basic surfing skills


Assessment
– Surfing skills

Assessing effectiveness of delivered lesson


Equipment for beginner surfers module


Steps to Level One Accreditation


Explain the ‘Post Course Process’ of accruing 20 hours of beginner level practical coaching (guided and signed off by designated supervisor instructor).
Explain the utilization of the Level One Practical Assessment Workbook re: recording practical coaching hours, Instructor ‘Code of Ethics’ and the need for competencies to be checked and signed off.
Completed workbook including completed and signed instructor information card sent to course presenter only.

ISA Surf Coach Level 2 Award - Surflehrer Ausbildung

World Wide accepted surf instructor certificate. Weltweit anerkannte Surflehrerausbildung

Content:

1.Performance Analysis
Analysing a surfer’s performance on video (normal speed and slow motion) and in the flesh.  This analysis may include surfers from intermediate through to elite ability level including other Level 2 course participants.

Identifying and analysing faults, discussing methods of correcting them and methods of improving performance. 

Analysis will include the movements of the various parts of the surfer’s body, the effect the surfer’s movements has on their boards movement and the relationship to, and interaction with the wave being ridden.

2. Fitness Training &  Exercise Prescription
The use of, fitness training ,  warm-ups , basic physiology / anatomy , energy sytems types of fitness , principles of training will be looked at    to improve a surfer’s fitness and surfing performance and reduce the risk of injury.

3. Diet & Nutrition
The  effective fuelling of performers to maximise their surfing potential. Focusing on  the Nutritional needs of a performance surfer, this will cover Nutrients, food types , Hydration, Carbo. Loading.

4.  Programme Planning

Planning Coaching Programmes and using Skill Drills in Surf Coaching Sessions (of various durations) to suit individuals and groups of people with different levels of ability and fitness.

5Health & Safety Considerations for Sports Coaches
Candidates will have to undertake a Pre Course work task of compiling a Risk Assesment  including an NOP & EAP for their local beach and surf coaching operations on which they regularly coach / surf at. This will be brought along to the course to be discussed  and handed in for marking.

There are an increasing number of  H& S  considerations for Sports Coaches and the following areas will be covered in varying detail: Duty of Care, Child Protection, Risk Assessment,  NOP’s,  EAP’s, Legal Issues. 

6.  Personal Surfing Ability
Candidates must have a reasonable level of personal surfing ability or a track record in surfing competitions.

The successful candidate may demonstrate their competence by one of two methods;

1.  Practical Demonstration

Paddle a surfboard from the beach to a position outside the breaking waves when the waves are between one and two metres high.  The candidate will demonstrate their knowledge and experience by using rips/channels also duck dive/eskimo roll in order to minimise the time and effort expended in paddling out.

Catch a number of waves (normally at least six in thirty minutes depending on conditions) and ride them in a standing position left and right whilst demonstrating good control of their surfboard.

Carry out a combination of manoeuvres, showing good control, which should include bottom turns, top turns, cut backs, re-entry/floater, pull out.  Candidates riding long boards will also be expected to show good control whilst carrying out long board manoeuvres and demonstrate their ability to walk the board rather than shuffle.

 2.  Competition Record

Show evidence that they have advanced beyond the first two rounds of a British Ranking event (Junior, Open or Longboard division) or show evidence of an equivalent result in a contest of similar standing.

Candidates will demonstrate their personal surfing ability during the course either free surfing or during the practical performance analysis sessions.

7. Lecturette
Candidates will be expected to give a 10-15 min. lecturette on a subject that will be given to them upon receipt of their course fees, ideally at least 2 weeks prior to the course.

The use of visual aids including Overhead Projector (OHP), Flip Chart, Video and/or other aids is both allowed and encouraged in this presentation.

The lecturette should be "pitched" at the level of those present and not at a beginners group.

The ISA Surf Coach Award Level 2 is a three days course.

SLSA - Surf Live Saver Award - Surflehrer Lifesaver Ausbildung

Surf Life Saver Award - SLSA (Surf Life Saving Association).

This award is a must-have for your work as a surfteacher. Without this award your surf coach qualification is not valid.
German DLRG for example is not accepted anymore !

Content:

  • Fitness Test & Releases
    200 m swim in the sea. Show two releases.
  • Lifeguard Skills, Knowledge Life Support & Rescue
    In Open Water, demonstrate effectively the ability to carry out the following:
    • A thorough knowledge and understanding of all signals
    • Swim 100 metres (fins optional) to an unconscious, nonbreathing
    patient. Demonstrate deep water EAV during which time the patient shall be deemed tohave become conscious. Bring the patient to shore and demonstrate appropriate aftercare. The exercise must be carried out under simulated rescue conditions with an appropriate attempt to perform the rescue ‘as quickly as possible.
    • Rescue an unconscious, non-breathing, patient 150 metres from the shore using a rescue board.Demonstrate deep water supported EAV and return with the patient to the shore
    • Rescue a conscious patient from the sea (approx. 50m from shore) without equipmentdemonstrating appropriate patient management and care.
    • Acting as a Lifeguard, as team leader and as part of a team, initiate the appropriate procedures at an incident and provide aftercare for 1 or 2 patients from a previously unknown simulated emergency situation. At the completion of the test, complete an Incident Report form.
    • As part of a team, rescue a prone patient with a suspected spinal injury and remove to safety.mDemonstrate appropriate action and aftercare.
    • Answer 5 questions from the work sheets (Beach Environment section) without referring to any notes. A mark of at least 4 is accepted as the minimum score permitted.
    • Answer 10 questions from the work sheets (Lifeguard Techniques section) without referring to any notes. A mark of at least 8 is accepted as the minimum score permitted.
    • Answer 5 questions from the work sheets (Communication section) without referring to any notes. A mark of at least 4 is accepted as the minimum score permitted.

    Using a live simulated unconscious patient (not a manikin) demonstrate:
    • Scene safety and assessment
    • Turning a patient from prone to supine
    • Open the airway & check for signs of life
    • The action for vomiting and blockages
    • The recovery position and aftercare

    Using a suitable adult manikin, demonstrate CPR and the use of supplementary oxygen via an effective method.
    • Obtain an airway on a suspected spinal injury patient using jaw thrust.
    Demonstrate CPR on a:
    • Child manikin
    • Baby manikin
  • First Aid
    Acting individually, initiate the appropriate procedures at an incident and provide the aftercare 1 patient from a previously unknown simulated first aid situation.
    Answer 10 questions from the work sheets (First Aid and Resuscitation section) without referring to
    any notes.

Pre-Requisite:
Be able to swim 400 metres in a swimming pool.
Be medically and physically fit

Duration of the course: 3 days