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.
This award celebrates individuals, groups, clubs or organisations that have made a clear positive impact on access and environmental issues.
We are pleased to publish the final consultation draft version of the new strategic plan for British Canoeing – Stronger Together 2022-26.
In this blog, Nigel Mortimer, Estuaries Officer at South Devon AONB Unit shares some best practice advice on how we can help to preserve our previous marine habitats.
British Canoeing Directors x2 (England) From March 2022
British Canoeing is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with Visit Cayman Islands.
The fully-funded scheme aims to provide skills, training, and targeted support for 25,000 volunteer coaches, as well as 25,000 sport and activity professionals, who have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This award recognises someone or a group of people who have engaged paddlers and/or the wider community in paddling.
Encountering a seal whilst out on the ocean can be an incredible experience, but if you are lucky enough to come face to face with these globally rare animals, you should proceed with caution.
The draft Paracanoe selection policy for 2022 is now open for public consultation from today until 23:59 on Sunday 5 December 2021.
The International Paralympic Committee has announced the inclusion of the women’s VL3 event to the paracanoe’s Paralympic Programme for Paris 2024.
Further to our blog published on the 17 November about the Environment Act, British Canoeing has welcomed the announcement by the Environment Agency and OFWAT that a major investigation into sewage treatment works is to be launched.