On the 8th December, British Canoeing ran the Stand Up Paddleboard White Water Orientation for the NEW Personal Performance Awards at the National Water Sports Centre Nottinghamshire.
Find out how Cambridge Canoe Club and Cam Valley Forum tackled Floating Pennywort this year, in a blog by Anne Miller.
The NEW Paddlesport Instructor launches in January 2019. Read our top 5 reasons why you should take the NEW Award next year!
The NEW Personal Performance Awards launch in January 2019 and are designed for paddlers wanting to gain recognition of their learning and development, in the craft and environment they choose.
British Canoeing Coaching & Qualifications has been on the road, updating members, Coaches and Leaders about the developments within Coaching & Leadership, specifically focusing on the NEW Personal Performance Awards.
British Canoeing is inviting coaches who may be interested joining the British Canoeing Coaching Diploma starting in May 2019, to get in touch! The deadline for applications has been extended until 2nd January 2019.
Any Provider of the NEW Personal Performance Awards can start advertising their courses via the Canoe Near You Map today!
British Canoeing are pleased to announce the appointment of Charlie Barwis as Talent Club Partnership Manager.
Seven servicemen were the latest to undertake the most southerly British Canoeing course in the world earlier this month when they achieved the 1 Star Award in the Falkland Islands.
How do we improve in the face of complexity? Atul Gawande has studied this question with a surgeon's precision. He shares what he's found to be the key: having a good coach to provide a more accurate picture of our reality, to instil positive habits of thinking, and to break our actions down and then help us build them back up again.
We hear from Kingston Kayak Club who took to the water to complete a clean up of the entire length of Beverley Beck.