Boating Course New London CT

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Big Al`s Auto Custom Detailing
(860) 447-9777
1008 Bank Street
New London, CT
Hellier Yacht Sales, Inc.
(860) 442-1154
128 Howard Street
New London, CT
J M S Naval Architects & Salvage Engineers
(860) 448-4850
1084 Shennecossett Road
New London, CT
Farrar Sails
(860) 447-0382
6 Union Street
New London, CT
Thames Shipyard & Repair CO Inc
(860) 442-5349
2 Ferry Street
New London, CT
North East Yacht Sales
(860) 447-8865
80 Hamilton Street
New London, CT
CDS Yacht Sales Inc
(860) 437-1053
528 Pequot Avenue
New London, CT
Ace Sailmakers LLC
(860) 443-5556
128 Howard Street # 2
New London, CT
Hellier Yacht Sales Inc
(860) 442-1154
128 Howard Street
New London, CT
Fish Yacht Sales
(860) 884-1702
Box 985
Waterford, CT

Madawaska Helps Launch New Kayak Instructor Program in Canada

Madawaska Helps Launch New Kayak Instructor Program in Canada

Common Ground: Canadian Kayak
instructors are now coming
together under one program.

"This new program is good for whitewater kayaking in Canada..."

The Madawaska Kanu Centre has long had a coveted stamp of approval when it comes to kayak instruction. Learn or teach there and your status rises like the Ottawa in spring. Now the paddling school is taking its paddling pedigree nationwide.

This spring, in conjunction with Paddle Canada and Canoe/Kayak Canada, the school is helping launch a new Whitewater Kayak Instructor/Leader Program across Canada. Existing Instructor Trainers from recognized Instructor Programs will be asked to attend a two-day re-certification session to be "grandfathered" into this new CKC Whitewater Program. These newly named "Learning Facilitators" will then re-cert existing Instructors in their provincial and territorial regions to get on board.

"It's taken 10 years to reach this goal - to have one national whitewater kayak instructor program in Canada," says MKC's Claudia Van Wijk. "Paddle Canada agreed to merge its River Kayak Program into the new CKC structure, and partner with CKC at the national level. The new program has been built within the coaching association of Canada/Sports Canada model - the same for all Olympic Sports in Canada - with three distinct pillars: coaching, instructor and leader."

Still in the works are steps to ensure that NCCP values and ...

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