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How to set up an RYA Water Sports Centre on a yacht

14 June 2023

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The link below takes you to the RYA Training support site and in particular to the section that introduces the concept of “RYA Training Recognition”.

This is what is required to be able to deliver RYA courses – in this case PWC safety courses.

You would first need to lodge an expression of interest, which is a simple (free) online process that will put you in direct contact with the RYA Recognition team.


You will subsequently be provided with a login to the RYA closed site.


The Recognition team will then be able to assist.

https://www.rya.org.uk/club-centre-support/training/recognition/apply https://www.rya.org.uk/club-centre-support/training/thinking-of-running-a-centre

For any questions, please contact: recognition@rya.org.uk


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