Mentoring for Paddlesport Coaches
This three hour module intends to equip coaches with a definition of modern mentoring.
Identifying its principles, elements of best practice and the vocabulary which current mentor education embraces.
It provided useful tips for helping others through the system as well as managing the mentor/mentee relationship.– Nikki Royle, Mentoring for Paddlesport Coaches
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By the end of this workshop participants should have achieved the following learning outcomes:
- Mentoring is a skill and therefore can be learnt
- Effective mentoring has a process with a definite form
- There are rewards and challenges when taking on the role of the mentor
- The need to identify a clear vocabulary for accurate mentoring
- Where in their own coaching relationships could they explore practical opportunities to develop their mentoring skills
This is a land-based module delivered in 3 hours of contact time. Participants should be prepared to participate in practical activities as part of this course.
The Mentoring for Paddlesport Coaches Foundation Module is an attendance course and there is no formal assessment.
Upon completion of the Mentoring for Paddlesport Coaches Foundation Module the course provider will submit successful participants for certification.
British Canoeing will then issue an attendance certificate subject to a certification fee of £5 for British Canoeing members or £10 for non-members.