Intermediate kitesurfing Course

Two day kitesurfing course (£190)

Course content as the one day course plus student to risk assess practice area and set up own equipment.

10 min refresh of kite skills previously achieved in shallow water.

Perform a self rescue and pack down as if in deep water, (conditions permitting).

Flying of the kite with one hand being able to hold it steady at 12 o clock and 45 degrees to the left and right.

Perform a directional body drag to the left and right with one hand in the water acting as a rudder. (Must be able to at least return to the start point if not make ground up-wind).

Holding the kite at 12 lay on your back with your knees bent as if to put the board on your feet, perform the same with one hand on the bar leaving one hand free to hold the board later.

Perform a load and launch which is the power stroke to get you on to the board from lying on your back with feet facing forward at all times.

Board and body positioning practice on land and finally back in to the water to put it all together.
This course is for up to 6 hours tuition. Additional hours are available at £16 per hour.
Achievement: Certification up to level 2, ability to rent equipment and practice under supervision.

Booking Information: (Please read carefully)
Once you have chosen your course or activity, please contact NWKS via e-mail or telephone (01229 844401 or 087 2407 8088) to see if your required date is available. We always answer e-mails within 24 hours, if your e-mail is not answered within 24 hours please contact us via phone.
Once a date has been agreed you will be pencilled in for that date and will be sent a medical form and an invoice for a 20% deposit for your course fee. Once you have completed the medical form and returned it along with your deposit the booking is deemed to be confirmed.
Two days prior to your booking you will be contacted with a weather check and provided with details of the time and place we should meet.
Please Note: NWKS can arrange most things for you, but unfortunately we cannot control the weather. We can teach kiting safely in winds from 12 to 25mph. But should your course fail to go ahead due to lack of or too much wind you will be offered alternative dates – or if you are unable to return, an alternative outdoor activity such as a Zap Cat Blast, Towable Fun, or Wakeboarding.