British Canoeing White Water Safety and Rescue

British Canoeing Safety and Rescue White Water Course

British Canoeing Safety and Rescue White Water Course

British Canoeing White Water Safety and Rescue Training 

Riverside, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Scotland, PH15 2EB
01887 829 202

This course is designed for all white water paddlers. The objective is to teach simple and safe skills that can be applied appropriately. Training will take place on grade 2-3 rivers. The Course will look at safe river running and include detailed river rescue, group control and communication, and decision making. All the fundamentals to keep you and your friends safe.

Key Information

from £tbc / adult

min age - 16

2 days

2 modules

intermediate

certification

WHITE WATER SAFETY AND RESCUE COURSE

This course is designed for all white water paddlers. The objective is to teach simple and safe skills that can be applied appropriately. Training will take place on grade 2-3 rivers. The Course will look at safe river running and include detailed river rescue, group control and communication, and decision making. All the fundamentals to keep you and your friends safe.

The Course provides a wide knowledge and teaches safe practical skills to paddle rivers safely and deal with any rescue scenarios that may occur. The course covers all the safety and rescue skills for paddling on white water up to grade 3.

Essential training course for any white water paddler, kayak or canoe, as well as being a pre-requisite for the WW and OC Leader award.

Due to the paddling environment and the boat control required, the candidate should be:

Confident in their ability to paddle on grade 2 water;

Be confident swimming in normal canoe clothing suitable for a moving water environment.

There is no age restriction to the WWSR Training course. Where Providers choose to allow participants under the age of 18 to attend the course, appropriate safeguarding measures must be implemented and due attention paid to the enhanced legal responsibilities and potential risks. The safety and welfare of those under the age of 18 is paramount. If Providers are unsure of their suitability to allow participants under the age of 18, please do not hesitate to consult British Canoeing.

A First Aid certificate is not a prerequisite. However, the holding of a First Aid certificate is strongly recommended for all paddlers.

20th/ 21st October £210 - 6 Spaces

10th/ 11th November £210 - 6 spaces

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