The Canoe Association of Northern Ireland is seeking Tutors and Assessors for the British Canoeing Coach Award. CANI is responsible for recruiting Coach Award Tutors and Assessors to meet specific workforce demands.
This is only open to CANI members that live in Northern Ireland or Ireland.
Successful applicants are required to commit to a development process before they can take on full responsibility for delivery of courses. This will include:
- Coach Award Provider Orientation
- Complete agreed individualised action plan
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 Coach Award Tutor/Assessor Questions below.
Applicants are invited from coaches who meet the criteria in the document below:
Follow links below for Tutor Assessor Notes, Course Guidance and further information on the Coach Award.
British Canoeing Coach Awards Guidance documents
Closing date for applications; Noon on Sunday 11th March.
The cost to attend the orientation is £150.00 non-residential.
CANI will support successful applicants with travel to Nottingham.
British Canoeing Coach Award Tutor and Assessor Orientation
Saturday 14th April 2018 – 1000 start – 1800 finish
Sunday 15th April 2018 – 0900 start – 1600 finish
Venue: British Canoeing, National Watersport Centre
Staff: The programme is staffed by British Canoeing Coach Award Trainers Darryll Shaw and Lee Pooley.
Logistics: Tea/Coffee and Lunch is included. If you have any dietary requirements, please let us know.
Accommodation: This is a non-residential course; however, accommodation can be booked locally at the National Watersports Centre or Gamston Lock Lodge.
The orientation staff will be meeting in the Bar on the Friday and Saturday evenings. All delegates are welcome to join for dinner and/or drinks/discussion afterwards. Bar meals are available.
Preparation: Further pre-course information, reading and some pre-course tasks will be circulated at least 2-weeks before the orientation event. You will need to allocate some time prior to the event to ensure you are able to complete this essential preparation.
The emphasis of this two day orientation programme is to ensure that potential tutors and assessors understand what is required to deliver and assess the coach award programmes. From this you will be set up to start delivering and working through your action plans (where required).
The programme is classroom based and will not involve water-based activities.