Gent, September 26th 2019
Belgian Sailing, in cooperation with WWSV (Wind en Watersport Vlaanderen), organizes early 2020 a World Sailing International Judges Seminar.
In the tradition, started in oktober 2006, Belgium will host for the 3th time a World Sailing International Judges Seminar in Ghent at the “Sportverblijf”, Sport Vlaanderen Gent center.
The event is coordinated by Bruno De Wannemaeker, IRO, IJ and IM and the appointed instructors are to be announced. The seminar and written test will be only in the English language.
The preferred number of participants will be 20 with a maximum of 25. Participants will be accepted in the order in which their application is made and will be notified of the acceptance as soon as possible after the application.
Attached the program that starts on Friday February the 14th at 8h45 am and ends at 15h00 pm on Sunday February the 16h. Candidates should imperative be present between those hours.
Travel from Brussel National Airport Zaventem is possible with train to Gent Sint-Pieters and takes about 1h30. From Brussels South Airport – Charleroi you should schedule at least 2 hours by bus and/or train. If help is needed for those connections please ask. A shuttle is foreseen for pick up at Gent Sint-Pieters train station to and from the event venue (5 minutes). Transport for the evening excursions and meals is also foreseen. Candidates who wish to attend a WS International Judges seminar should fulfill the requirements stated in the “Pre-Requisites for attending a Judges Seminar” that can be downloaded on https://www.sailing.org/tools/documents/PreRequisitiesAttendingJudgesSeminar2019-
The procedure for entries is as follows
– Send filled out official entry form (scanned or picture) to firstname.lastname@example.org
– Within 48 hours confirmation of the entry request will be send back with the request for
paying the entry/reservation fee within 2 weeks
– Only those candidates that have fulfilled above procedure will be notified of full entry
and be added to the final entry list.
For further information contact the seminar coordinator Bruno De Wannemaeker through