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Guidance & Resources

Safeguarding

Safeguarding describes how we protect adults, children and young people from abuse and neglect. It means proactively protecting those who may be vulnerable or at risk of abuse or neglect due to the actions, or lack of action, of another person.

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Disability

There are many disabled people taking part in canoeing activity at clubs and centres all over the county. Some just at their local paddle sport provider and others at clubs or centres that run specialist programmes to support disabled paddlers.

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Clubs, Centres & Providers

British Canoeing aims to support centres and outdoor companies by promoting your business and helping you develop activities.

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Volunteering

Volunteers are the lifeblood of paddlesports. We cannot support the development of young people, clubs, coaching and competitions without our wonderful volunteers.

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Education & Youth Organisations

Canoeing is an excellent way for young people of all backgrounds to get into sport. British Canoeing wants to make paddlesports accessible to all and have a number of opportunities for a wide range of age groups.

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Waterways & Environment

British Canoeing is committed to playing a leading role in securing a bright future for our waters, and improving access to and along the water for paddlers.

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Event Safety Management

Canoeing has a good record in event safety management. British Canoeing has developed a system of event safety management which applies to all events which are insured by British Canoeing. This is to ensure the sport continues to operate at the highest safety levels.

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