Aspiring providers took to the water at the Tryweryn, North Wales over the weekend of 14-15 July for the annual White Water Safety & Rescue Providers event.
Hear from our Coaching Diploma students, past and present, sharing their thoughts on the Coaching Diploma (formally Level 4) programme.
There is no longer an age restriction to the British Canoeing Foundation Safety & Rescue Training course.
Check out the latest edition of Catch Up with Coaching with all the information about the launch of the NEW Paddlesport Instructor.
British Canoeing is pleased to introduce the online course authorisation and submission process which enables providers to automatically have their course authorised and advertised, submit the candidate results and pay online.
British Canoeing is pleased to launch the 'Find a Provider' look up, enabling paddlers to search for Providers who can run specific courses in their area.
British Canoeing has today announced the launch of the NEW Paddlesport Instructor award, which is designed for people whose main focus is to deliver paddlesport taster/starter sessions and short journeys in very sheltered water environments.
Following the launch of the NEW Paddlesport Instructor award, there are now a range of direct entry options available for aspirant coaches and leaders, depending on what your aim is and how your looking to support your paddlers.
We know many existing and aspirant Paddlesport Instructors will have questions about the NEW Paddlesport Instructor award and how this may impact their pathway/journey. Read our FAQs document for further guidance.
If you are interested in completing your Paddlesport Instructor qualification, you have an option of whether to wait until the new qualification is launched or attend a course in 2018.
British Canoeing and the Home Nations will need a number of British Canoeing Paddlesport Instructor Tutors in order to deliver the Paddlesport Instructor Award from the 1st January 2019.