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News

Competent Crew training for developing the talent of our team of volunteers!

If you are interested in improving your skills as crew for the charity, have a look at the training section (to be found under ’sailing’) for the latest news.

 

Next awareness training 25th November

The next Awareness training will be on the 25th November and will be held at the Manx Blind Welfare Centre in Onchan. Its a part 1 course which will be run by our Awareness Officer David Killey.

The course will run from 1900-2100 please contact David on 409345 to book places and for further information.

If you have not done your awareness training please make the effort to attend this course.

This course provides the opportunity to give helpers practical advice and understanding of what is involved in working alongside disabled sailors.

Course aims

  • Rationalise and alleviate fear of working with people with disabilities
  • Train students to facilitate activities for people with disabilities
  • Provide practical advice & knowledge of working alongside disabled people 

Course objectives - To be aware of and able to demonstrate knowledge of:

  • The needs of disabled children and adults
  • Improve essential communication skills
  • The use of current terminology used to explain disability
  • Understanding of disability and its challenges in the sailing environment 

EXTRA DONATION

A big Thank You to Tim the manager of The Coop in Port Erin for making an extra donation of £105.42 to SFTD on behalf of The Coop.
We are very grateful for this extra amount in addition to that raised in the SFTD box on the counter.
THANK YOU.

Flag Day Port Erin

Another succesful Flag Day was held  Saturday 23 September. The total collected was £328.54. Good work! A big thank you to all volunteers who gave up their free time and to Port Erin Commissioners for allowing Sailing for the Disabled to organise a Flag Day.

Lucky 100 Club October winners!

1st  prize number 15 -   Linda Moore
2nd prize number 23 -  Joan Sherry
3rd  prize number  5  -  John Corrin

Linda won first prize in the August draw and then decided in September to have a second number-15. This has won first prize in the October draw, so lucky Linda has recouped the whole year's payment for this second number. Well done Linda! You still have two further chances of winning  each month for the next 11 months.
Our chairman Arne has also just joined the club so good luck to him as well as all the other members.
We do need more members to join The 100 club. The more members we have then the greater the prize money and also more funds are raised for SFTD. Please do consider joining giving even more support to the charity.
Application forms can be downloaded from the website or obtained from Margaret on 832212.

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