Mentoring for Paddlesports

Description

10 CPD Points

Mentoring for Paddlesports

This workshop is ideal for a range of people

If your involved in paddlesport as a:

  • Instructors
  • coaches
  • Guides
  • Leaders
  • Teachers,
  • Volunteers,
  • Parent or Career

And you want to support paddlers through mentoring this workshop has something for you!

You will explore the use of mentoring and the many benefits it offers.  It is also suitable CPD for those already mentoring paddlers.

Our Mentoring for Paddlesports workshop can be delivered face to face or via a virtual classroom.

Workshop Description

Becoming a mentor is challenging and rewarding in equal measures. It is challenging as you have responsibility to be as knowledgeable and enthusiastic about recent developments in coaching and coach education.

It is rewarding because, as a mentor, you will have opportunities to articulate your own perspective, views and beliefs about coaching to another coach, effectively reflecting on your own thinking and practice. As the mentor to another coach you will inevitably become involved with their delivery of coaching, touching along the way on personal and professional activities associated with the coach’s development.

Furthermore this interaction will stimulate your own understanding of coaching, bringing professional activity and debate into the process. In conclusion, there is a profit for both parties engaged in a mentoring process and it should be appreciated that this is an exciting and demanding context in which a coach can develop professionally.

You can read the full course guide here.

Pre-work

We recommend you complete the British Canoeing mentoring eLearning prior to attending this workshop.

This is a free free activity on Mentoring by British Canoeing

In this interactive activity you will learn start to explore mentoring.

This activity covers an introduction to:

  1. Responsibilities
  2. Developing as a mentor
  3. Tools and strategies
  4. The free eLearning activity can be found here.

You can also listen to this great podcast here:

Looking to support you own development? try our Choosing a Mentor article.

Content

By the end of this workshop, participants should understand:  Mentoring is a skill and therefore can be learnt; 

  • Effective mentoring has a process with a definite form; 
  • There are rewards and challenges when taking on the role of the mentor; 
  • The need to identify a clear vocabulary for accurate mentoring; 
  • Where in their own coaching relationships could they explore practical opportunities to develop their mentoring skills. 

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10 CPD Points
Course Description

Mentoring for Paddlesports

This workshop is ideal for a range of people

If your involved in paddlesport as a:

  • Instructors
  • coaches
  • Guides
  • Leaders
  • Teachers,
  • Volunteers,
  • Parent or Career

And you want to support paddlers through mentoring this workshop has something for you!

You will explore the use of mentoring and the many benefits it offers.  It is also suitable CPD for those already mentoring paddlers.

Our Mentoring for Paddlesports workshop can be delivered face to face or via a virtual classroom.

Workshop Description

Becoming a mentor is challenging and rewarding in equal measures. It is challenging as you have responsibility to be as knowledgeable and enthusiastic about recent developments in coaching and coach education.

It is rewarding because, as a mentor, you will have opportunities to articulate your own perspective, views and beliefs about coaching to another coach, effectively reflecting on your own thinking and practice. As the mentor to another coach you will inevitably become involved with their delivery of coaching, touching along the way on personal and professional activities associated with the coach’s development.

Furthermore this interaction will stimulate your own understanding of coaching, bringing professional activity and debate into the process. In conclusion, there is a profit for both parties engaged in a mentoring process and it should be appreciated that this is an exciting and demanding context in which a coach can develop professionally.

You can read the full course guide here.

Pre-work

We recommend you complete the British Canoeing mentoring eLearning prior to attending this workshop.

This is a free free activity on Mentoring by British Canoeing

In this interactive activity you will learn start to explore mentoring.

This activity covers an introduction to:

  1. Responsibilities
  2. Developing as a mentor
  3. Tools and strategies
  4. The free eLearning activity can be found here.

You can also listen to this great podcast here:

Looking to support you own development? try our Choosing a Mentor article.

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