Course description
  • The British Canoeing Awarding Body ‘Stand Up Paddleboard’ Support Module is designed to assist anyone who wants to gain more knowledge about the specialist discipline of Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP).The Module introduces and explains the basic techniques and develops an understanding of SUP. The course is a mix of theory and practical activity to ensure everyone has time to try things out.

    Pre-Requisites

    The module is aimed at anyone who is interested in developing their SUP knowledge. There are no registration requirements before attending the course.
    Candidates need to be age 14 or over.

    Ratios: 1:8 Maximum.

    British Canoeing Information

    https://www.britishcanoeingawarding.org.uk/download/241

    https://www.britishcanoeingawarding.org.uk/download/242/

  • The British Canoeing Awarding Body ‘Stand Up Paddleboard’ Support Module is designed to assist anyone who wants to gain more knowledge about the specialist discipline of Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP).The Module introduces and explains the basic techniques and develops an understanding of SUP. The course is a mix of theory and practical activity to ensure everyone has time to try things out.

    Pre-Requisites

    The module is aimed at anyone who is interested in developing their SUP knowledge. There are no registration requirements before attending the course.
    Candidates need to be age 14 or over.

    Ratios: 1:8 Maximum.

    British Canoeing Information

    https://www.britishcanoeingawarding.org.uk/download/241

    https://www.britishcanoeingawarding.org.uk/download/242/

  • STAND UP PADDLEBOARD WHITE WATER COACH TRAINING
    Typically run over 2 days the Discipline Specific Training focuses on HOW to coach the WHAT (discipline specific skills) and WHERE you will be coaching. The training explores how to coach technical and tactical skills. The course will help you to plan and deliver safe, enjoyable, progressive coaching sessions and explore specifics to help you coach typical learners on White Water. You are required to have attend White Water Safety and Rescue Training (or equivalent) before booking on your training. We recommend that you hold the White Water SUP Award before booking on your training to ensure your have the personal skills required
    You can look at a Sample Programme here.

    COACH AWARD ELEARNING
    The Coach Award eLearning is an online set of activities that need to be completed before assessment when completing the BCAB Coach Award. These activities are only available once you have registered for the Coach Award, after which, a log in will be generated and sent to you. You can register at anytime, but it must be complete before you Check-in for assessment. The activities inside this eLearning package are:

    Coaching Philosophy
    How Learners/Athletes Learn
    Stages of Learning
    Enabling Learners/Athletes to Learn
    Coaching To Develop Learner/Athlete Learning
    Coach’s Decision Making
    Information Gathering
    Creating an Optimum Learning Environment
    Structuring Practice Sessions
    Games With Aims
    Reflective Practice
    Planning Coaching Sessions
    Roles and Responsibilities
    Deployment Matters
    Welfare of Learners/Athletes
    Equality and Learner/Athlete Needs

  • This courses is available on these dates:
  • Date(s)

    08/06/2019

    Spaces left

    8

    Location

    Exeter

    Cost

    £0.00

  • Date(s)

    21/09/2019

    Spaces left

    8

    Location

    Exeter

    Cost

    £0.00

  • Date(s)

    16/11/2023 - 17/11/2023

    Spaces left

    10

    Location

    Newbridge Hill, Newton Abbot

    Cost

    £0.00