The 2015 ISAF Development Symposium USA, in New Orleans is happening from 19-21 January 2015 in the DoubleTree Hilton Hotel with enrollment January.
To get a registration form and additional details please contact Development section and the ISAF Training here.
The 2015 ISAF Development Symposium will soon be hosted in collaboration. Complete details for enrolling of the function and details may be discovered through the US Sailing web site here.
International delegation size is restricted to no more than two representatives per MNA and delegates must be officially supported by the National Sailing Federation (ISAF MNA) of their state before they are able to attend.
Over 30 delegates from 18 countries are going to be with a lot of the delegates intending to stay on for the US Sailing NSPS occasion in attendance.
The Development Symposium page of the ISAF web site features a draft program summarizing presentation sessions and all discussion workshops. Included in these are:
– International Kiteboard Training Centers and ISAF Recognized Training for MNAs
Dan Jaspers, ISAF Training and Development Manager remarked, “Our members have consistently asked for ‘additional value’ in occasions which ISAF sponsor and, by empowering our international delegates to participate in an extremely popular national occasion our MNA in the US puts on each year, the NSPS, we’re giving our members an opportunity to blend with over 300 sail training programmes programmers, trainers, community sailing job volunteers along with invited guest speakers and other MNAs. The capacity to share advice with other like minded individuals from inside the business is a key not to only creating suggestions on the best way to do things otherwise but to help reassure delegates that they’re not all facing problems that are unique to growing involvement in sailing. The sense of community is real at these occasions and that I support all those MNAs that haven’t yet filed to take action when they can. I enjoy seeing every single one of these in New Orleans in January.”