PC Sea Kayak Level 2 Instructor Training
Take your instructing to the next level!
- Starts Jun 14Starts Jun 14
- 845 Canadian dollars$845
- Kejimkujik National Park & Port Mouton, NS
This training provides national certification in the instruction and administration of the Paddle Canada Level-2 Skills course. A Level-2 Instructor is certified to: - conduct Paddle Canada Waterfront Kayak, Basic Kayak, Level-1 Skills and Level-2 Skills courses and certify paddlers at those levels, and - assist a Level-3 Instructor on a Level-3 Skills course. Prerequisites: - At least 18 years of age. - Membership: Current Paddle Canada membership and Provincial/Territorial membership (where required). - Skills Certification: Paddle Canada Level-3 Skills - Instructor Certification: Paddle Canada Level-1 Instructor. - Instructing Experience: A minimum of two, Level-1 Skills courses within the past three years, being the lead instructor on both courses. Significant teaching experience as a Level-1 Instructor in a wide variety of conditions and locations including a minimum of 15 days of logged instruction of Level-1 curriculum (either courses or clinics). - Other certification: Restricted Operator Certificate (Maritime). While not required for course registration, the candidate must be able to provide proof of certification within one year after Level-2 Instructor certification is complete. Significant paddling experience in a wide variety of conditions and locations. Training includes: - 5 days sea kayak instructor training with Sea Kayak Instruction & Leadership Systems/Candlebox Kayaking's experienced, highly certified, expert coaches - Time spent paddling beautiful Kejimkujik National Park and Port Mouton - High quality safety equipment including drysuits by Kokatat (on first come/first served basis), helmets, spray skirts, tow lines, PFD's - Online access pre-course to industry leading online learning platform What people are saying: "I took (a) kayaking instructor course through Candlebox Kayaking and I was impressed with the professionalism from owner Matt DeLong. He provides all the necessary equipment for each course, and he is (an) extremely knowledgeable and likable guy!" - Joel, TripAdvisor Date: June 14th-18th, 2024 Locations: Kejimkujik National Park and Port Mouton, NS Cost: $845+tax (excludes $95 Paddle Canada Instructor Membership fee or $10 upgrade if already a PC instructor)
All courses run at the discretion of instructors (mostly according to the weather). We do our best to provide instruction suitable to the conditions. We require 30 days notice for cancellation(s) of courses (excluding SKGABC guide training which is 75 days). Cancellations must be made via E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We reserve the right to cancel or alter any clinics or trips due to weather or insufficient registration. We do our best to reschedule. If any participant experiences symptoms of COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to training, the participant must cancel. We're happy to provide full credit to attend the same or similar training at a later date. If you cannot make it to a training location due to transportation disruptions or travel restrictions, we are pleased to provide a full credit for the same or similar training. As all outdoor activities involve risk, we recommend you obtain any personal, medical, and/or cancellation insurance that you may deem appropriate. Thanks.
9793 Nova Scotia 8, Caledonia, Nova Scotia, Canada