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08
July
2020

Friday 16th October 2020 CANI confirm that paddlesport can continue (with robust mitigating measures in place – as below) under the new restrictions coming into effect today and planned for the next 4 weeks. CANI has taken guidance from NI Executive, Sport NI, British Canoeing and other National Associations. If you are self isolating or […]

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13
October
2020

Safeguarding Children and Young People Workshop Sport NI are delighted to announce that they have revised the current Safeguarding Children and Young People Workshop to be able to deliver it online,in light of the current restrictions. Following a number of enquiries regarding the workshop and its delivery to an online format, Sport NI have been working hard over […]

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07
October
2020

There is a large tree down on the Blackwater River. The tree is located within the triple step just after the first step on river left, where the main tongue of water comes in. It is really hard to see at low to medium volume and will not be visable at higher water. Take caution.

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29
September
2020

British Canoeing Awarding Body and the National Associations are committed to helping everyone in paddlesport accept their responsibility to safeguard children and adults at risk from harm and abuse, and ensure appropriate training and education for coaches, leaders and deployers. It is essential that everyone has at least a basic understanding of what behaviour is […]

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29
September
2020

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, and the difficulty that some Instructors, Coaches, Leaders and Guides are having in accessing a course to renew their First Aid qualification, British Canoeing Awarding Body will be further extending the First Aid Extension eLearning to the 31st December 2020.    We are starting to see First Aid courses being offered by Providers, however, provision is lower than normal. Therefore, […]

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26
August
2020

British Canoeing and we’re pleased to bring you the latest edition of Catch Up With Coaching, which has the latest information on coaching for you to browse.

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26
August
2020

NEW for 2020, British Canoeing is pleased to introduce the NEW supportive points based Continuous Professional Development (CPD) process. Aligned with our Educational Philosophy, CPD is individualised, allowing the Instructor, Coach and Leader to consider what areas they may need to develop.  The new process is simple, easy to upload and gives you the opportunity […]

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26
August
2020

On the Six Mile River both sets of canoe steps (access and egress) at the Salmon Leap Bridge, have been damaged and are therefore cordoned off and out of use. Until such times as the water levels drop to suitable levels in order to repair, they will remain closed. Please be careful and avoid as […]

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23
August
2020

On 20th August 2020 the number of cases of COVID-19 is currently increasing significantly. Daily updates are available on the Department of Health Website here We in the Department for Communities are working with colleagues in the Public Health Agency to ask and encourage sporting bodies and clubs to ‘TRAIN SMART, PLAY SMART, BE COVID […]

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14
August
2020

British Canoeing Awarding Body is pleased to introduce the NEW Go Paddling Introduction to Paddlesport eLearning!  This is a great tool for Instructors, Coaches and Leaders, who are introducing new people to the water, and can support your delivery. During this time of social distancing, why not share this resource with your paddlers so they […]

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14
August
2020

British Canoeing and we’re pleased to bring you the latest edition of Catch Up With Coaching, which has the latest information on coaching for you to browse.