Advanced White Water Safety Provider

What the Role Entails

As an Advanced White Water Safety Provider you will play a key role in the development of independent paddlers.

You will work with your learners to:

  • Raise their safety awareness within advanced water conditions.
  • Develop their incident management strategies.
  • Avoid problems.
  • Creat solutions.

What will you do as an Advanced White Water Safety Provider?

First of all you will provide AWWSR courses, but there is a lot more to the role! for instance:

  • Providing your learners with a clear development plan.
  • Acting as an ambassador for British Canoeing Qualifications and Paddles Up Training.
  • Supporting the continuous personal development of coaches and leaders through safety workshops.

What does the development process look like?

Your development to becoming an AWWSR Provider begins with your application. If you are successful then you will be able to begin to prepare for your orientation day. To get the most out of your orientation, we recommend that you have worked through the becoming an AWWSR Provider Support Document.

You should also familiarise yourself with the course syllabus and information which can be found here. The orientation day itself will give you the chance to work alongside other aspirant providers as well as a National Trainer.

Being a successful provider will involve:

  • Being able to coach safety skills to a range of participants, across a range of environments.
  • Delivering a wide range of Personal Performance Awards in an advanced water environment.
  • Actively coaching and leading in an advanced environment in a kayak.
  • Being able to give feedback to your learners and support their development.
  • Once qualified, support aspirant providers to progress their provider status.

Maintaining the Role

On becoming an AWWSR Provider, you will be required to follow and agree to the Provider Service Agreement. This includes following the Update Scheme.

You will also be expected to attend a moderation event every 3 years; this is to keep you up to date with, and to share best practice with, other AWWSR Providers. You will also be expected to run a minimum of 1 course every 3 years to keep your role up to date.

Want to know more?

Read more in our becoming an AWWSR Provider Support Document

Ready to begin?

Use book now to find an orientation course and start your application! or you might want to consider the White Water Safety Provider role.

Minimum Requirements

To become an AWWSR Provider you must first hold one of the following coaching qualifications:

  • British Canoeing Performance Coach (White Water) with Advanced White Water Kayak Leader
  • British Canoe Union Level 5 Inland Kayak
AND

Hold the role of WWSR Provider. (You must have run at least 3 courses in the last 3 years).

Further Instructions

If you are interested in becoming an AWWSR Provider, please read the document below:

Applications to become an AWWSR Provider are open year-round, you can apply by booking on to an orientation. The application form is part of the booking process.

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What the Role Entails

As an Advanced White Water Safety Provider you will play a key role in the development of independent paddlers.

You will work with your learners to:

  • Raise their safety awareness within advanced water conditions.
  • Develop their incident management strategies.
  • Avoid problems.
  • Creat solutions.

What will you do as an Advanced White Water Safety Provider?

First of all you will provide AWWSR courses, but there is a lot more to the role! for instance:

  • Providing your learners with a clear development plan.
  • Acting as an ambassador for British Canoeing Qualifications and Paddles Up Training.
  • Supporting the continuous personal development of coaches and leaders through safety workshops.

What does the development process look like?

Your development to becoming an AWWSR Provider begins with your application. If you are successful then you will be able to begin to prepare for your orientation day. To get the most out of your orientation, we recommend that you have worked through the becoming an AWWSR Provider Support Document.

You should also familiarise yourself with the course syllabus and information which can be found here. The orientation day itself will give you the chance to work alongside other aspirant providers as well as a National Trainer.

Being a successful provider will involve:

  • Being able to coach safety skills to a range of participants, across a range of environments.
  • Delivering a wide range of Personal Performance Awards in an advanced water environment.
  • Actively coaching and leading in an advanced environment in a kayak.
  • Being able to give feedback to your learners and support their development.
  • Once qualified, support aspirant providers to progress their provider status.

Maintaining the Role

On becoming an AWWSR Provider, you will be required to follow and agree to the Provider Service Agreement. This includes following the Update Scheme.

You will also be expected to attend a moderation event every 3 years; this is to keep you up to date with, and to share best practice with, other AWWSR Providers. You will also be expected to run a minimum of 1 course every 3 years to keep your role up to date.

Want to know more?

Read more in our becoming an AWWSR Provider Support Document

Ready to begin?

Use book now to find an orientation course and start your application! or you might want to consider the White Water Safety Provider role.

 

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