As the Coaching Department strives to support learning and development amongst instructors, coaches, leaders and guides, we have been busy working with the Technical Groups over the past twelve months to design and create a range of resources.
The England Talent Canoe Sprint Programme is proud to launch our athlete development framework, our What It Takes To Progress (WITTP) model.
Julia's recently started her Racing Coach training, after spending a few months watching her youngest daughter having fun on the canal and thinking she could have fun too!
Canoe Slalom athlete Eilidh Gibson has been announced as one of 40 participants to take part in a unique campaign let by women’s sports charity, the Women’s Sport Trust.
Hear from Juan, who's enjoying running the Sea Kayak Award due to the flexibility of the new awards.
Hear from Zoe, who booked her Advanced Coach and Performance Coach Assessments in the same month and now hopes to make a difference working with female and less confident paddlers.
In the latest blog post written for the Clear Access, Clear Waters campaign, East Midlands paddler Kirston Elton explains how paddlers can team up with local organisations to create a force for good.
On the 14th January the Places to Paddle Team joined forces with the Kirst Elton from the East Midland Regional Development Team to deliver the first environmental workshop in 2020.
With a range of direct entry qualifications now available, clubs, centres and organisations may be wondering which qualification is right for the activities they run. This guidance will give you a clearer understanding of the options available to you and your paddlers looking to start or continue their journey on the qualification pathway.
Hear from Jennifer, who's recently completed her Sea Kayak Award in Patagonia.
Aged just 17, Woody Snapper has become the youngest person to be presented with the Community Champion award sponsored by Peak UK following his excellent work around cleanups with his local club. An active member of Nottingham Kayak Club, Woody is a prime example of the brilliant part paddlers play to protect our environment.
Hear from Liam,who became an Advanced WW OC1 Leader after he relished the challenge of making moves with the OC1 which he found easy in kayak.
Free to attend for British Canoeing members, the Conference is designed to help clubs learn more about a variety of different topics, including club marketing, recruiting volunteers, and safeguarding, as well as how clubs can tie into national campaigns and initiatives, such as Clear Access, Clear Waters and the delivery of personal performance awards.