The National Community Boats Association Certificate in Community Boat Management
The Next Training Weekends are:
20th - 22nd
September 2013 - 2 Places Available
The Thames and Kennet Narrowboat Trust runs a number of weekend courses designed to offer students the National Community Boats Association Certificate in Community Boat Management.
If you already have some experience and are thinking of booking our boat, or using a community boat to take young people or other groups on the water anywhere in the United Kingdom this is the nearest you will get to a national standard. The course is recognised by most uniform groups and local authorities and is designed to give the student an insight not only into boat handling and safety but every aspect of managing groups afloat.
Our courses operate from a Friday to a Sunday evening, we are able to take a group of four people at any one time, and the price includes log book, certificate fees, and full onboard lodging and catering. Small groups such as this enable every participant to have hands on experience and one to one time with our qualified trainers.
For a list of dates, or to discuss booking a complete course for your organisation, please contact our bookings office on 0870 385 0180.
For further details of the programme please
contact our voluntary training officer Julie Myers on 0118 9618450
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Course price £180 per person.
Familiarisation course - the minimum standards for the use of our boat
For those people with no or limited experience the trust offers familiarisation days and weekends which are an essential requirement before booking our boat. In any group we expect at least two staff to have completed the familiarisation, or at least one person to hold a current Certificate in Community Boat management
Weekend: Course Price £120 in cluding catering and accommodation.
Evidence of previous boating experience with groups of some sort will be required to attend the one day course.
The two day course is designed for novice boaters