Aimed at Instructors, Coaches, Leaders, Mentors and Coach Developers with varied experiences and from different disciplines, this year’s Paddlesport Coaching and Leadership Conference has something for everyone!
Be inspired by our speakers…
Of course, we’ve managed to secure some truly inspirational keynotes:
- Doug Cooper will explore ‘Putting the ‘YOU’ into coaching: Knowing ‘who’ you are as a coach to support, understand and enhance all you do’;
- Ian Pitchford will delve into ‘Keeping the ‘YOU’ in coaching fresh and safe: Understanding how to care for yourself and keep you safe and at the top of your game‘;
- Liz Birkinshaw will take a practical focus, looking at ‘New Skills, New Thinking, New Learning’;
- Emma Atkins will conclude the day in an interactive way, exploring ‘Mentoring – Helping everyone to survive, drive and thrive’.
Take your pick from the wide range of workshop options…
The Sunday programme has been designed so that you can personalise your own learning journey. Whatever your interest or developmental need, we’re confident there’s something for everyone! To name a few, choose from –
- SUP Safety and Skills
This practical workshop is aimed at anyone who wants to upskill and learn some new rescue techniques, or possibly to refresh some old skills in a new way. This workshop is a great way to introduce the importance of some key safety aspects to the sport of stand up paddleboarding.
- Physical Preparation for Paddlesports
This workshop will examine some of the key concepts around physical preparation and its application to paddlesport. This workshop is aimed at those looking to gain further understanding around strength and conditioning and the impact this can have on both athletes and coaches alike.
- What are my deployment responsibilities and good practice guidelines?
This workshop will discuss the deployment responsibilities and good practice guidelines for organisations that are delivering paddlesport activity, utilising, where possible, real world examples and speakers, alongside British Canoeing learning, support and guidance. We will also discuss the interrelationship between differing types of activity within the club activity framework and how this can be applied.
- Crossing Lines
This workshop is aimed at those who work regularly with children. The workshop will explore conduct, boundaries and safe practice, to enable you to feel confident that you are acting within safeguarding guidelines at all times, in the interest of keeping the children you coach, yourself and your colleagues safe.
- Coaching for all: Inclusion in coaching
This workshop will take a look at why inclusion is an important consideration in coaching and how it can impact on and benefit their practice; what resources are available to coaches to help improve their understanding of this topic; and what coaches can take away to implement and consider in their practice.
Still not sure? Read our full programme to find further details of each of the workshops. https://britishcanoeingawarding.org.uk/Events/conf2022
To feel truly inspired, make new connections and learn new skills, you need to be in the room.
So, what are you waiting for?
Join us at Eastwood Hall, Nottinghamshire on the 19th and 20th November and you will be able to:
- connect with like-minded instructors, coaches, leaders and clubs across all disciplines;
- engage discuss and reflect on the insightful keynotes and workshops throughout the weekend;
- enabling you to think differently about how coaching and leading can enable your participants to thrive
- update your CPD for 3 years!
Make sure you don’t miss out! Read the full programme and book online today: