Start your pro kite career with Wind Riders
Let us introduce you to the world of being a kiteboarding Assistant or Instructor.
Assistant Steven says: …….Later on we started with the self-rescue, a very important aspect of kite surfing. When there is no wind, too much wind, or the wind has turned to offshore, thunder in the air or you have problems with your equipment, it’s important how to get safely to the beach again…..continue reading
Instructor Kara says: …teaching can be hard work as it is fairly physical but tends to be really rewarding! It is always great when you take someone who has never kited before and are able to turn them into a fellow addict! The smile… continue reading
Pretty nice life they have right? Well here is how you can become an IKO assistant and instructor;
- Have your full IKO card.
How do you get your full IKO card? –> Go to an IKO school, do one session under supervision. The IKO instructor will check your upwind riding, transitions, toe-side riding, self launch and self rescue skills.
- Have your Medic First Aid licence.
- Have your powerboat licence
(and for the instructor course you need to have your assistant license.)
Do the MFA day with us to get your MFA licence:
Read all the details on the Medic First Aid page
Do your RYA powerboat course with us:
Read all the details on our RYA powerboat course page
Read all the details on the Wind Riders IKO assistant page.
Do your IKO Instructor course with Wind Riders:
Read all the details on the Wind Riders IKO instructor page.