E-Learning

Welcome to Community Boating’s Virtual Learning Center where you can find our eLearning content designed for self-guided distance learning when in-person class is not an option.

We know these are abstract concepts, and a little face-to-face time can be helpful. After completing a virtual learning unit, adults may request a zoom session to ask questions and/or take your verbal check (step 1 of getting your Green Rating). Junior Members may have questions answered in-person on their first day

Orientation

The gateway to everything that CBI has to offer, whether you’re a seasoned sailor or brand new to boats. See class description here and presentation link here.

Rigging

This class will teach you just about everything you need to know about our boats. We’ll also show you how to set a boat up and how to break it down so that you can be well on your way to start sailing. See full class description here. You may also want to check out supplemental learning materials on our Learning Resources page. Fast Track students will need to know the CBI- and Mercury-specific items in our Rigging class so they can help care for our equipment.

Our Virtual Rigging class is broken into three parts (presentation links here, here, and here):



After completing the rigging class, log into your member portal to schedule a rigging practice and test.

Shore School

Shore School explains all the theory you’ll need to start sailing including the basics of reading wind, trimming sails, steering a boat, and more. See full class description here. After completing Shore School, you may request to take the verbal test through our office hours google form. You may also want to check out supplemental learning materials on our Learning Resources page. Fast Track sailors may be able to skim some parts of these presentations, but should be familiar with all of our CBI- and Mercury-specific safety protocols.

Our Virtual Shore School is broken into three parts (presentation links here, here, and here):



 

For intermediate virtual instruction and review material please see our Learning Resources Page:

https://www.community-boating.org/member-resources/learning-resources/#faq-2-1