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We keep this page updated with SCA and paddling news from around Scotland. If you'd like to receive our monthly newsletter and are not currently an SCA member, then please click here to register. 

19/02/2018

Scottish Champs WWR Results 2018

The provisional results from the 2018 WWR Scottish Champs are now available

02/02/2018

Performance Coach Tutors Sought

We are currently looking to expand our Performance Coach (Level 3) Workforce to specifically support the delivery of the Sea and White Water Kayak Training and Assessment in Scotland. 
We are looking for interested coaches who have: 
01/02/2018

Coach Award - 100 courses scheduled

A month after the British Canoeing Coach Award was introduced we are pleased to report there are now 100 courses scheduled in Scotland in 2018 so far, covering the 2 day core coach training, 2 day disicpline specific training and 1 day assessment.  Courses are delivered by a network of 34 licence

30/01/2018

British Canoeing Awarding Body website

British Canoeing Awarding Body has launched a new British Canoeing Awarding Body (BCAB) website.

26/01/2018

Adventure Activity Licensing Review

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is reviewing the delivery and scope of the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA) on behalf of Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

23/01/2018

Coaching Matters 2018 Dates Released

We are pleased to confirm the programme of Coaching Matters events for 2018. Coaching Matters are the popular CPD events at venues across Scotland, delivered in partnership with sportscotland National Centre, Glenmore Lodge.

22/01/2018

Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club - Winter Talks

The Royal West Boat Club (RWSABC) are about to commence their program of winter talks.  They will be held at the RWSABC Boat Club at the west end of the Esplanade, Greenock.  

22/01/2018

River Yarrow - Fallen Tree and Wire

Hazards on the Yarrow

22/01/2018

WWSR Training Prerequisites

There is no longer an age restriction to the White Water Safety and Rescue Training course.  Where providers choose to allow participants under the age of 18 to attend the course, appropriate safeguarding measures must be implemented and due attention paid to the enhanced legal responsibilities a

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