Maritime training provider UKSA is calling all watersports fanatics to sign up to its world-renowned instructor courses ahead of the closing deadline.
Young adults of all abilities and backgrounds have the opportunity to secure a successful action-packed career teaching watersports, with the help of UKSA. As the country and much of Europe continue to wade through the current economic downturn, UKSA is providing an alternative to the nine to five lifestyle for any 18 – 25 year old that actually has a growing number of career opportunities.
UKSA chief watersports instructor Dan Hallam said: “The demand from activity holiday providers to recruit watersports graduates worldwide continues to grow as this desirable past-time increases in popularity.
“We pride ourselves on being one of Europe’s top training centres for watersports, and we have just a few places left on this year’s Watersports Instructor Training and Watersports Internship courses. Students can train as multi-disciplined instructors in windsurfing, dinghy sailing and kayaking.
“It’s often said that the key to a successful student lies in the quality of the training, and the exceptional instruction given by our world-class professionals at UKSA is testimony to that. Fully accredited by both the MCA and RYA, graduates will finish a course with globally recognised qualifications.”
At its campus and on-site marina, students benefit from a superb waterfront location, on-site classrooms, extensive facilities in Cowes and fully-equipped workshops, all helping to provide the highest quality training.
UKSA also boasts a dedicated careers team available to help secure job opportunities once students complete their course.
“One of the best things about training at UKSA, beyond the vibrant campus life, is the hundreds of hours’ practical experience gained while working towards recognised qualifications.” finished Dan.
The closing date for this intake of watersport instructor courses is 23 July.
For more information about the courses at UKSA visit www.uksa.org or to talk to a careers advisor about the ideal maritime career for you, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01983 203038.