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British Canoeing

White​ ​Water​ ​Canoe​ ​Coach​ ​Training
(Moderate​ ​Water)​


As a moderate water canoe leader your technical knowledge in moderate water will be very good.

As a moderate water coach you will have a very good understanding of how to coach. On our moderate water coach training we will help you extend your technical knowledge and combine it with your existing coaching skills to make you a very skilful coach in moderate water.

Course Content

These courses tend to run with small ratios so we tailor each course to the needs of the students. However a rough outline of the programme is given below.

Day 1 

  • Technical and tactical understanding of the techniques used on moderate water in canoe.
  • Observation and analysis of your own performance to develop the flags and markers.
  • Clarify technical templates with particular attention to the 3 Star syllabus.
  • Clarify the benchmarks for 3 Star assessment.
  • Lay out the expectations of a moderate water canoe coach.
  • Recap on Level 2 coach behaviours.

Day 2

On the second day of training we will look at how to apply the techniques from Day 1 to real students. Wild River will provide real students for this day. During the day you can take a range of options:

  • Observe us coaching the students and question us on the session.
  • Use a structured observation tool to carry out peer observation with the support of your coach.
  • Deliver all or part of a session with whatever level of support you require from the coach.

We believe that the opportunity to be part of real coaching sessions is the best way to develop our coaching practice. These sessions are run in a very open and relaxed atmosphere where everyone involved is encouraged to be open to the ideas involved.

During the day we can look in detail at the Level 2 coach behaviours of:

  • Observation and analysis
  • Goal setting
  • Task setting for practice and observation
  • Use of varied teaching strategies
  • Feedback skills
  • Reflective practice

The day will finish with a detailed review and an opportunity to develop your action plan for assessment.

Phantom 2 and River Eden Canoe video by Stewart Groves 

Venues

There are a wide range of rivers available to use in Cumbria. The final choice of venue will be made in the days prior to the start of the course. The chosen venues will not be more than an hour’s drive from Penrith and may well be significantly closer. You will be told the exact meeting place for the first morning a couple of days before the course.

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BCU Moderate Water Endorsement Training - canoe
MWE Canoe

Pre-requisites

Fulll Home Nation Association Membership.

Completed core coach training or completed the old Level 2 paddlesport coach training.

Moderate or Advanced Water Canoe Leader Award (formerly 4 and 5 Star Leader).

Resources

Coach Registration (CR) Form

British Canoeing 3 Star Open Canoe Training Notes

British Canoeing 3 Star Open Canoe Assessor Notes

Speed and Angle Tool

Observation Sheet

Working with Unknown Students

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