Environment and Sustainability

Description

10 CPD Points
  • Are you Looking to expand your knowledge in the environment and sustainability?
  • Are you interested in protecting the thriving natural environment?
  • Do you want to support and inspire other paddlers

If so, the Environment and Sustainability module could be for you!

Why choose the Environment and Sustainability module?

This module is open to anyone wanting develop their knowledge about the environment and sustainability!

The module helps you explore a variety of areas for instance :

  • The thriving natural environment.
  • How to ensuring your activities have a minimal impact on the environment.
  •  Potential threats and impacts of paddlers to inland and coastal environments.
  • The spread of non-native species.

Furthermore, this interactive, practical module will provide you with top tips and valuable insights to make the most out of paddling whilst protecting the environment.

In addition you will meet like-minded paddlers during.

As a result many of our course candidates develop long lasting friendships, connections and contacts.

Want to know more?

You can read the syllabus here: Guide Module Session Plan

This module forms part of the Guide Scheme. Find out more about becoming a British Canoeing Guide here.

Free eLearning

This module is supported by a free interactive ‘Introduction to Environmental Awareness eLearning.

Lots of fun activities guide you through information about problems affecting the environment and what you can do as a paddler to help.

Ready to begin?

You can use the ‘find a course’ function to book onto the module. 

Content

This module will develop your knowledge of the environment and sustainability. This module explores the thriving natural environment and how to ensure your activities have a minimal impact. The module includes understanding the needs of other users, looking at potential threats and impacts of the paddler to inland and coastal environments, as well as the spread of non-native species. Throughout the module, you will be provided with top tips and a valuable insights.

The module covers:

  • The natural environment and awareness of species/habitats in order to inspire others
  • Potential threats and impacts and how to minimise them
  • Protected sites and associated legislation, including Marine Conservation Zones, Voluntary Exclusion Zones and Access Agreements
  • Understanding the needs of other users
  • Exploring aquatic invasive, non-native species – you will gain confidence in identification of harmful, problematic organisms, a clear understanding why we are concerned about them and how to control them where necessary

If you want to find out more, you can read the session plan here.

This module usually takes a minimum of 8 hours but is often run during weekend or week long expeditions so you can put the theory into practice. The module is open to everyone and has no age restriction.

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Guide Module Environment and Sustainability
  • Fri 04-12-2020
    David Hopwood
    Online Start any time, Distance learning, From Home, follow the link
10 CPD Points
Course Description
  • Are you Looking to expand your knowledge in the environment and sustainability?
  • Are you interested in protecting the thriving natural environment?
  • Do you want to support and inspire other paddlers

If so, the Environment and Sustainability module could be for you!

Why choose the Environment and Sustainability module?

This module is open to anyone wanting develop their knowledge about the environment and sustainability!

The module helps you explore a variety of areas for instance :

  • The thriving natural environment.
  • How to ensuring your activities have a minimal impact on the environment.
  •  Potential threats and impacts of paddlers to inland and coastal environments.
  • The spread of non-native species.

Furthermore, this interactive, practical module will provide you with top tips and valuable insights to make the most out of paddling whilst protecting the environment.

In addition you will meet like-minded paddlers during.

As a result many of our course candidates develop long lasting friendships, connections and contacts.

Want to know more?

You can read the syllabus here: Guide Module Session Plan

This module forms part of the Guide Scheme. Find out more about becoming a British Canoeing Guide here.

Free eLearning

This module is supported by a free interactive ‘Introduction to Environmental Awareness eLearning.

Lots of fun activities guide you through information about problems affecting the environment and what you can do as a paddler to help.

Ready to begin?

You can use the ‘find a course’ function to book onto the module. 

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