Details available in individual course descriptions via links above.Equipment and Kit Information
The Centre is confident it can provide what you need for your shorebased course. Paper and pens will always be readily available but again some prefer to bring their own notepads and files. We have lecture rooms with Smartboards and a range of teaching tools to assist with your course.
The Sea Survival course requires activities based in the swimming pool. Please make sure at time of booking you are informed exactly what to bring for this and as ever take the known items such as towel and dry clothes.×
On arrival check in at our reception which is situated in the main entrance. You will be asked to complete a form with course and emergency contact details. A room key will be issued for residential guests and a brief outline of Centre facilities indicated.
Main timings of our day are:
Lunch: 1230hrs. For residential guests - Breakfast: 0830hrs Dinner will be available on your return from Largs at night.
All meals are served in the dining area.
Activity times. The Sea Survival course on day 1 will run at the Centre from 0930 – 1530hrs, following which you will catch the ferry at 1600hrs back to Largs. The practical pool session in Vikingar will run from 1700 - 1900hrs and you will return by ferry to Cumbrae.
Your instructors will guide you with clothing, activity and the content of the sessions.
Residential Guests: Evenings are generally free time unless your course has specific tutelage incorporated or activities have been pre-arranged.
If you are on a single day course the 0915hrs ferry from Largs to Cumbrae will get you here in sufficient time. and plan for the 1730 return crossing.×