IKO Instructor Training Course and PADI EFR in May 2010
On May 17 2010 we are arranging a 5 day IKO Instructor Training Course (ITC). The training program corresponds precisely to kiteboarding teaching methods. The certification is recognized worldwide as the international standard in teaching. At the end of the training, you will have developed abilities in the following major areas: safety, practical environment, analysis, technique, teaching psychology and live situation.
After attending an ITC, you will be qualified as IKO Instructor level 1 and will be able teach students as well as to continue your pro training. To keep a high quality teaching, all level 1 instructors are required to pass their level 2 within two years following their initial level 1 training. Each ITC last for a full 5 days and covers everything from kite dynamics, lesson plans, safety issues with running a school, powerboat rescue training and practical training with students.
IKO Instructor Training Course prerequisites:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Kiteboarding for at least 1 year and be a certified IKO kiteboarder level 3 minimum or equivalent level.
- Have an IKO Assistant Instructor certification or provide an attestation (letter of recommendation) of a teaching experience in a water or aerial sport
- Have a valid first aid certificate. PADI EFR Course available on request.
- Complete Have a powerboat license or equivalent skill level if no obligatory license is required in the home country
The PADI Emergency First Response Course (EFR) is run for one full day and includes BLS (Basic Life Support), CPR and rescue breathing at the layperson level, AED (automated external defibrillator) use, preventing and caring for shock, spinal injury management, use of barriers to reduce disease transmission risk and basic first aid and first aid kit considerations
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and booking!