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24 September 2008, 03:43 pm
Senior Instructors and Coach Assessors Wanted For Indian Learn to Sail Programme
Nachhatar Singh JOHAL of India competing at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
Nachhatar Singh JOHAL of India competing at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games

Yachting Association of India News

The Yachting Association of India is seeking experienced Senior Instructors and Coach Assessors for its new national Learn to Sail dinghy programme.
The Yachting Association of India is developing a National Learn to Sail dinghy programme for children based on the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) system. They require highly experienced Senior Instructors and Coach Assessors prepared to work on site for periods up to eight weeks in centre locations to train local instructors and help supervise the programme start up. Return travel, personal health insurance, subsistence and accommodation will all be provided and a reasonable per diem rate paid for your services. A great opportunity to see India, make new friends in sailing and to help with a project that will bring thousands of kids into sailing.

Please provide full details of training experience - two referees will be required and references will be taken up after interview. Applications to Cmdr. Ajay Narang, Hon Joint Secretary General, Yachting Association of India by email sectt@yai.org in copy to twcov@aol.com.

Interviews will be undertaken in Great Britain.

For more information about Yachting Association of India please visit our website at www.yai.org.in.
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