Activity: Open Canoeing
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Full Home Nation Association Membership
To be able to get the most out of your training, you will need a base level of knowledge about the discipline(s) you wish to coach; this training provides the content of HOW you will be coaching.
Registration with CANI (or another Home Nation) is required prior to attending the course, you should allow at least two weeks prior to your course. If you require assistance on how to register with CANI click HERE.
If you are a British Canoeing, Scottish Canoeing or Canoe Wales member you will register through your member portal. If you are a Canoeing Ireland Member contact the CANI office for assistance with registration.
The two day Core Coach Training is generic and open to all paddlesport coaches at this level.
A Coach is someone who supports paddlers who want to gain or improve their Paddlesport skills. This includes coaching beginners new to the sport or paddlers looking to develop their skills in the range of disciplines and environments our sport has to offer. This may include developing independent paddlers, supporting athletes at competitions or the physical and psychological development of your paddlers. A coach is able to plan, deliver and review progressive sessions safely, effectively and independently. A Coach is keen to develop others, introduce people to their discipline(s) and share their experiences.
On this practical based course, you will explore different approaches to coaching, understanding and enabling learning, and some core coaching skills. You will also be supported in evolving your personal coaching development plan to enable you to take your learning into practice after the course.
Click HERE for full details of the Paddlesport Coach Core Training
The Coach Award eLearning is a compulsory set of activities that need to be completed before assessment when completing the British Canoeing Awarding Body Coach Award. These activities are only available once you have registered for the British Canoeing Coach Award, after which, a log in will be generated and sent to you.
This course is open to anybody who has an interest in coaching paddlesport. There is direct entry into this level, and the Core Coach Training is required by coaches looking to go on to either coach in sheltered, moderate or advanced levels.
This is a prerequisite for the Paddlesport Coach Assessment
Students will be able to avail of all kit and equipment from Tollymore stores. Participants are encouraged to bring their own paddling equipment in particular footwear (wetsuit boots or old trainers) plenty of warm clothes, towel/toiletries, and snack food.
This course if fully catered and includes accommodation, kit and equipment in course transport, coaching, tea, coffee and a biscuit!
The Coach Core weekend on the 22nd – 24th October 2021 is ONLY available as a non residential course. Course fee includes lunch on both days and dinner on Saturday evening. Please ensure that you book the non residential option.
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