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Connect To Sailing

On 7-8 November, ISAF is hosting seminars on Connect to sailing, with a focus on 'Reaching Children in Education To Increase Participation' and the 'Role of the Connect to Sailing Ambassador'.
The two sessions have been scheduled between 0800-1000 hours to avoid clashes with other meetings. The Seminars are open to all delegates to the ISAF Conference, and offer the opportunity to learn about some of the many initiatives to develop sailing already taking place around the world, and discuss the challenges facing the sport and solutions. ISAF will also present an update on 'ISAF Connect to Sailing' and the role of the Connect to Sailing Ambassadors.

Add to this the opportunity to network and share experiences.

All Delegates to the ISAF Annual Conference are welcome to attend. If you plan to participate in the seminars, ISAF would be grateful if you could indicate your interest by email to:

The early start will be accompanied by a buffet breakfast.

Seminar Programme
0800-1000 Sunday 7 November - Kattegat Room
Reaching Children in Education to Increase Participation
0800 Welcome - ISAF Connect to Sailing Strategy Group
0810 Introduction by Marie Hunter (Head of Penryn College - a community school involved in sailing)
Questions and Answers
0840 RYA Onboard update by Onboard Team - (GBR)
Questions and Answers
0910 Community Sailing - Bill Mosher (USA)
Questions and Answers
0940 BMF Splash Camp - James Gower (GBR)
Questions and Answers
0800-1000 Monday 8 November - Langelandsbælt Room
Connect to Sailing Moving Forwards - Panel Session
Panel Members:
Tim Coventry (GBR)
Philippe Fourrier (FRA)
Chip Johns (USA)
Alistair Murray (AUS) represented by Phil Jones
A panel of Connect to Sailing Ambassadors and other invited experts will present experiences on best practice from their countries, followed by an interactive session with delegates addressing the issues, challenges and solutions facing the sport and developing initiatives for future action.
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