Our Canoeing, Kayaking and Dragon Boat and sessions are conducted at certified venues, conducted by certified instructors, catering to both introductory lessons as well as those who are advanced sportspersons for example representing school teams.
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Some pointers from: https://studylib.net/doc/18908006/level-1–introduction-to-kayaking
The Paddling Environment:
Fitness, conditioning, and warm up
Safe paddle and boat handling
Safety and rescue considerations
Judgment. In addition to learning hard skills, the importance of developing personal judgment and group responsibility increases on more difficult paddling venues.
Canoe: types & parts
Paddle: types, parts, length and hand position
Life jackets (PFDs): fit and regulations
Appropriate clothing: comfortable / protective
Care of equipment
Additional Personal and Group Equipment:
Extra paddle, bilge pump, sling, dry bags, maps, water, food, sponge, hat, eyeglass strap,
whistle, foot protections, bug spray, sunscreen, first aid kit and location of equipment.
Warm up to reduce injury
Loading and unloading, racks, tie down
Demo using straps or line and knots to secure craft to vehicle
Launching/landing from land or docks
Posture, rocking and balance
Land & water etiquette
All participants are to be asked to demonstrate a controlled capsize and an appropriate rescue.
Water comfort and confidence
Controlled capsize / wet exit
Swim the boat to shore (short distance)
Emptying a canoe
Deep water exit / re-entry
– Reenter & Pump
– T / X-rescue
– Heel hook
Spin: boat pivots in place
Abeam: boat moves sideways without headway
Forward: boat goes forward in a reasonably straight line
Stopping: boat stops within a reasonable distance
Sweep (including Stern Draw)
Low brace to avoid capsize
Conclusion & Wrap Up:
Group debrief / Individual feedback
Importance of First Aid & CPR
Importance of additional instruction, practice, experience
Importance of appropriate level of safety & rescue training
Demo advanced maneuver
Life sport / Paddling options
Local paddling groups / Clubs
Handouts / Reference materials
ACA Membership forms