RE: US Sailing Certification - Forwarded
Tucker, Angela (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon Jun 01 07:56:38 1998
Please send me more information about becoming certified, put my name on
the list and keep me updated.
AN Tucker Ship 2
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> Date: Sun, 17 May 1998 14:07:54 -0500
> From: "William H. Sills" <email@example.com>
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> Subject: US Sailing Certification
> Often, the wonderful things that the National Sea Scout
> Committee and Bill Rogers, our dedicated National Director of Sea
> do for us go unheralded. Quietly and with little fanfare they serve
> have served Sea Scouting in a myriad of ways.
> Skipper Ed Jirsa of Racine successfully completed the US
> basic keel boat instructor course held in
> Chicago last week. He did so well that he was certified as a
> US Sailing Basic Instructor at the completion of the session. Ed
> holds a US Coast Guard Master's license so he is ready to serve us all
> any waters!!!
> Any Sea Scout or Sea Scouter that wishes to become certified in
> small boats should contact me . Now that we have Ed and US Sailing
> Certified Instructor Trainer Joe Van
> Rooy to teach sailing, we will be scheduling "BSA In House" classes in
> near future.
> Youth may become certified too. My eldest son was certified,
> unfortunately for me not reimbursed by the BSA
> <VBG>, when he was 16. Younger youth become certified associates and
> automatically become fully certified after one year.
> Ed's tuition and expenses were reimbursed by the
> BSA. National Director of Sea Scouting Bill Rogers obtained an Olympic
> Grant for the purpose of training Sea Scout leaders as US Sailing
> Instructors. Hopefully, enough Sea
> Scouters will become US Sailing Certified so that we have at least one
> Sailing Certified Instructor in each area and two or three certified
> Sailing Instructor-Trainers in each region. That way, we can fill the
> left when the Red
> Cross discontinued its sailing training program.
> Again, the BSA needs more sailing instructors in every region
> the BSA. Feel free to contact me for information about becoming a
> US Sailing
> Bill Sills