Wind Surfing Level 1
Dates and Booking
Target Group and Prerequisites
You do not need previous knowledge for this course. Students and members of the University are eligible to participate.
Content and Objectives
In this course you learn how to set up and take down the equipment and well as the technical language for surfing, starting, steering, turning, wind directions, and safety tips. On the last day of the course there is a theoretical and practical exam, which certifies that you have sufficient knowledge about surfing and the rules while on the water. This certificate allows you to rent surf equipment anywhere in the world. Thank goodness for the DSV surfing license!
Overview of Services:
- Surfing course
- Materials rental
- DSV surfing license
- Driving costs
- Cost for the overnight stay in a room or tent
The exact schedule, joint meals in the self-serve kitchen, carpools, and much more will be discussed and organized before the course begins. After the course you can use the University's surfing card to use the materials at Wildenhof at a discount during the summer semester.
The beginners' courses usually run from Friday to Sunday and end with a theoretical and practical exam and the DSV surfing license. The surfing courses are held at the Rursee. Participants spend the night in tents or at the Veranstaltungsstätte Wildenhof.