This is the Home Page for Shed Officer Organisation
The role of Shed Officer is of critical importance for the every day running of the shed and general sailing at Woollahra Sailing Club. This home page represents the centre for organising the roster as well as providing a place through the forum where discussion and organisation of 'Cruising' can take place or casual weekday trips can be organised and people found.
Shed Officer Forum - For the latest info on weekend cruising, sailing sessions, check out the Shed Officer Forum.
Shed Officer Roster
What Shed Officers are all about!
The criteria for becoming a shed officer will be that you:
The Classic examples would be a beginner taking a Laser or Tasar when you know they do not have enough experience to handle the boat (consider wind strength etc) or a learner windsurfer drifting in the wrong direction, beyond the point of easy rescue (consider wind direction etc). Obviously understanding your capacity to solve the problem in relation to the abilities of the people around you is also critical. The responsibility will be yours.
No one will be appointed to shed officer unless they fulfil the above criteria and can commit to a minimum of 3 weekend sessions (1.5 days) during a 10 week period from the 28th of August to the 31st of October. The Sydney Uni Sailing Club Executive will be the only people who have the right to appoint or revoke Shed Officer Entitlements.
Shed Officers will be the only people who are allowed to access the shed on weekend or during the week and are the only people who should know the code. No boats or windsurfers should ever leave the WSC ramp in the hands of a general member unless an appropriate Shed Officer present.
To Register to become a shed officer complete this online form.