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WHITE WATER KAYAK PERSONAL PERFORMANCE AWARDS

British Canoeing now offer separate Personal Performance Awards so white water kayakers may focus solely on developing their personal skills rather than leading, coaching or guiding. All awards are direct entry and paddler selected. There are no fixed training or assessment programmes, instead training and tasks can be provided by Steve until such time as the appropriate standard is reached.

White Water Kayak Award
WHITE WATER KAYAK AWARD

This award helps you develop and refine your skills on simple rivers so you can safely undertake journeys with confidence.

Cost £250 per day for groups up to four.
Dates By arrangement at any mutually convenient time.
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Progressive White Water Kayak Award
PROGRESSIVE WHITE WATER KAYAK AWARD

The personal paddling standard of this award mirrors that required by White Water Kayak Leaders i.e. competent in grade 2(3) rivers; indeed, it is possible to gain this qualification during White Water Kayak Leader courses. Attending the White Water Safety & Rescue course is beneficial if working towards this award.

Cost £250 per day for groups up to four.
Dates By arrangement at any mutually convenient time.
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“Thanks for an excellent weekend, you really are a great teacher Steve and thanks for looking after me so well. I’m excited about rivers again!”

Lara Adams, Skye

Advanced White Water Kayak Award
ADVANCED WHITE WATER KAYAK AWARD

The personal paddling standard of this award is aligned with that required by Advanced White Water Kayak Leaders i.e. competent on grade 4(5) rivers; indeed, it is possible to gain this qualification during Advanced White Water Kayak Leader courses.

Cost £250 per day for groups up to four.
Dates By arrangement at any mutually convenient time.
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“Dear Steve, Thanks again for organising and delivering the course. I felt, as with all your courses, that I had come away having learnt a very great deal.”

Andrew Dziemian, Programme manager, Outward Bound Trust, Aberdovey