Zero To Hero Programme

In a supportive and understanding environment we provide flexible expert tuition and mentor support to help those on the course achieve an internationally recognised marine qualification that can lead to a new career anywhere in the world.

Zero to Hero is our Yachtmaster Development programme. It is designed to offer light at the end of the tunnel for those who are finding it difficult to establish a positive path for their future.

In a supportive and understanding environment we provide flexible expert tuition and mentor support to help those on the course achieve an internationally recognised marine qualification that can lead to a new career anywhere in the world.

If you are interested in hearing more about our Zero to Hero programme or are considering sponsoring this programme, or one like it, please get in touch. 

Tel: 01326 314262

Email: Info@TurntoStarboard.co.uk

 

What does it involve?

Zero to Hero is a sail training programme with flexible, expert tuition to meet the individual needs of those on the course.  The training modules themselves take 16 weeks to complete but T2S participants can spread the 16 weeks of training and mileage building over a longer period to suit their needs –  typically completing the whole course within one year. 

We provide experienced instructors and an incredible network of individuals who are able to support those on the programme with their pastoral and welfare needs. Our programme can be also extended for up to a year if necessary. Offering this degree of flexibility is vital to delivering a programme that caters for the needs of our beneficiaries. 

Over the training period, individuals will sit nineteen RYA courses, culminating in an RYA Yachtmaster and commercially endorsed Cruising Instructor qualification. 

The course modules cover subjects such as First Aid, Diesel Engine Maintenance, Navigation, VHF radio operation, and all aspects of Sailing.

 

 

Our Partners

  • Produly supported by Help for Heroes
  • Supported by the Royal Air Forces Association
  • Supported by The Soldiers Charity
  • Supported by The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity

  • Supported by The Endeavour Fund
  • Supported by The Royal British Legion
  • Superyacht Charities
  • Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund