Safety & Sea Survival Refresher Course May 5, includes wet drills with wind, wave generator
Sun 05 May 2024 08:15 — 17:30
Australian Sailing - Safety & Sea Survival Refresher

Course information

Registrations for this course are closed.

On successful completion of the course you will receive an automated email from Australian Sailing with a link to your certificate which is recognised for racing worldwide. Please keep a copy of the link for future use. Also, please note that the certificates no longer have a certificate number and rely on the expiry date.

Thank you for attending the course.

Course Overview

The Safety & Sea Survival (SSS) course involves classroom presentations & learning activities, and practical exercises in the use of liferafts, inflatable lifejackets & distress flares.  

The refresher course is facilitated by Safety & Sea Survival Instructors at approved Training Centres. The maximum teaching ratio for this course is 20 students to 1 SSS Instructor (in the classroom) with a reduced ratio of 10:1 for pool sessions.  Practical exercises are usually conducted in heated public swimming pools, but may be conducted in clean and enclosed salt-water pools and Marinas providing the water is clean, the temperature is at least 15oC, and all associated risks have been managed.

Course Prerequisites

Must have a Safety & Sea Survival Certicificate which has an expiry date of no longer than 2 years previously.

Who should do this course?

The refresher, or update, course is designed for active offshore racing sailors and anyone who does not sail regularly should seriously consider attending a full 2 day Safety & Sea Survival course. An update course also provides a valuable refresher to cruising sailors.

Course Outcome

You will gain a Safety and Sea Survival Qualification Certificate as required for Category 1 and Category 2 races. This certificate is valid for 5 years from the date of the course.

Files for download
MSW SSSC Briefing Notes 2405SR130 - May 5