Become a Paddlesport Instructor Tutor
CANI will need a number of British Canoeing Paddlesport Instructor Tutors to deliver the Paddlesport Instructor Award from the 1st January 2019. CANI the Delivery Centre is responsible for recruiting Paddlesport Instructor Tutors to meet specific workforce demands.
CANI would encourage coaches to apply to become a Paddlesport Instructor Tutor.
Successful applicants are required to commit to a development process before they are able to take on full responsibility for delivery of courses. This will include:
- Coach Award Provider Orientation
- Complete and evidence an (agreed) individualised action plan
The cost to attend the orientation is £150 (non-residential).
Interested providers should complete the application form in the link below.
The application will need to be completed in one sitting so you may find it helpful to draft your answers offline first and then paste into the online form. To assist with this, you can download the Paddlesport Instructor Tutor Questions from the folder below.
Applications will close at noon on the 21st August 2018.
See folder below for further information and requirements.
Please follow link for video of Paddlesport Instructor Presentation
British Canoeing Awarding Body Website
All infomation on British Canoeing courses can be found at the British Canoeing Awarding Body Website.
There’s something for everyone with information about the Awarding Body, Regulated and Non-regulated Awards, a Paddler Zone and a Provider Zone.
British Canoeing Coaching Awards
The Paddlesport Activity Assistant is an endorsement recognised by British Canoeing to support clubs, organisations and volunteers. This is a great first step to develop volunteers to support the activity taking place.
British Canoeing offers four options of paddlesport coaching qualifications all of which are endorsed by the United Kingdom Coaching Certificate (UKCC). These four qualifications form the heart of the current coaching scheme.
Combined with a range of supplementary modules, the four qualifications provide structure and diversity in supporting coaches’ progression. Developed primarily to meet the needs of paddlesport coaches, the four qualifications offer a variety of development options for both recreational and competition coaches.
Choose a qualification…
The Coach Award offers discipline specific pathways across all disciplines and introduces the skills and coaching behaviours required for developing performance through progressive coaching.
Further information and advice for coaches transferring to the coach award can be found in the document below.
Assessment Check In Service
Check In is a new process for coaches who are planning to attend a Coach Award Assessment course.
It’s free, quick and confirmation sent straight to your inbox*. This should then be shared with the assessor to confirm eligibility for assessment.
The purpose of Check In is to confirm the coach holds all prerequisites, saving time on the day of the assessment, as the assessor doesn’t need to check certificates and paperwork.
Please do not try to check in unless you hold all prerequisites, including the completion of Coach Award eLearning module (unless you intend to submit your workbook and portfolio).
Confirmation of Check In will not be issued until the conditions are met.
*Note – until our system is fully integrated, it is necessary for staff to manually check. Confirmation will normally be issued within 2 working days, providing the evidence is on record.
**Note – if you are aware that your record is out of date (for example your First Aid has expired) we recommend you email the check-in form to us with a copy of updated certificates.
How to register
For further information on awards and how to register please see folders below.
Allow 2 weeks for registration, registrations will be processed during office opening hours. At busy times of the year this may take longer.
For information on British Canoeing Awarding Body, follow the links below;