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Watersport Instructors


WWS & WWC e.V. Watersport Instructors:

The Water Sports Centre of Nea Roda has been a member of the International Club of Water Sports Schools ( WWS & WWC e.V.) http://www.wws-wwc.de/ since 2002.Thus,our trainees can get a diploma in any of the sports we teach, (waterskiing,windsurfing,sailing) after they have successfully passed the written and practice exames.

The diplomas are provided at varius levels according to the WWS &WWC e.V. standards, as well as an instructor’s diploma in the above sports,gaining the chance to work in watersports schools all over the world.

Water ski trainers

Levels

  1. A. Assistant trainer. (He/ She can steer the boat and pull skiers, both beginners and professionals. Can also pull ‘banana’ and ‘tubes’.)
  2. B. Trainer. (He/ She can pull skiers, beginners, professionals, those who are skiing in the slalom course (athletic ski) and those who are      doing trick ski. Can also pull ‘banana’, ‘tubes’ and parachute.)
  3. C. Trainer. (As trainer B, plus can work as a trainer in athletic clubs or start a private waterski enterprise.)

Preconditions

A. Assistant trainer

1. A boat-steering certificate

2. Being able to swim well

3. Being able to dive without diving equipment in five meters depth minimum and pull objects over the bottom of the sea

4. Having lifesaving knowledge

5. Having basic knowledge regarding monoski and wakeboard

B. Trainer

1. 2. 3. 4. The same as A.

5.  Knowing how to wakeboard, at least slalom, jumps and 180 turns

6.  Being able to pass 3 buoys in the slalom course at the speed of 49 km/ hour and with a rope of 18,25 meters

C. Trainer

1.2.3.4.5. The same as B.

6. Being able to pass 6 buoys in the slalom course at the speed of 55 km/ hour

and with a rope of 18,25 meters.

7. Knowing how to barefoot, at least in the boom

8. Knowing the international competition regulations

9. Knowing the administrative competition organization

WATER SKI TRAINERS’ SEMINAR

 

Contents

 

Α. Assistant trainer

Chapter 1. Boat, safety, protection of the environment

Chapter 2. Beginners

Chapter 3. Monoski

Chapter 4. Tricks

Chapter 5. Wakeboard

Chapter 7. Barefoot

Chapter 8. Analysis using photos and video

Chapter 9. Physical condition in the training

Chapter 16. “Banana” “Tubing” and other games

Β. Trainer

Chapter 1. Boat, safety, protection of the environment

Chapter 2. Beginners

Chapter 3. Monoski

Chapter 4. Tricks

Chapter 5. Wakeboard

Chapter 6. Jumpings

Chapter 7. Barefoot

Chapter 8. Analysis using photos and video

Chapter 9. Physical condition in the training

Chapter 10. Practical analysis of slalom using video

Chapter 11. Training methodology

Chapter 16. “Banana” “Tubing” and other games

C. Trainer-schooll director

Chapter 1. Boat, safety, protection of the environment

Chapter 2. Beginners

Chapter 3. Monoski

Chapter 4. Tricks

Chapter 5. Wakeboard

Chapter 6. Jumpings

Chapter 7. Barefoot

Chapter 8. Analysis using photos and video

Chapter 9. Physical condition in the training

Chapter 10. Practical analysis of slalom using video

Chapter 11. Training methodology

Chapter 12. Competition rules

Chapter 13. Administrative competition organization

Chapter 14. Boat steering in trainings and competitions

Chapter 15. Organizing methodology of training a team

Chapter 16. “Banana” “Tubing” and other games

 

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