British Canoeing Coastal Navigation & Tidal Planning Course 15th December 2020
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This course is designed for paddlers carrying out coastal journeys, including islands up to 2 nautical miles offshore in areas of tidal movement up to 2 knots and winds of up to force 4.
Through a number of practical planning exercises, the training provides candidates with the tools to plan and navigate efficiently in moderate sea environments.
The aim of this course is to give paddlers the tools to plan and navigate effectively on coastal journeys in moderate sea conditions. This will include the following aspects:
To interpret sources of information including maps, charts, coastal pilots, and tide tables
To navigate on the water using visual references and simple pilotage techniques e.g. transits, dead reckoning, and a compass
To be able to source, interpret, and apply a weather forecast to the marine environment
By the end of the course, each student should have planned at least 2 coastal journeys that they can take home as references for further trip planning
Students should also be aware of the range of resources they require to plan trips in the coastal environment
Although not part of the syllabus of the course, students should be made aware of the role of the Coastguard and the value of liaising with them.
The Coastal Navigation and Tidal Planning course is delivered in eight hours of teaching over one day.
Whilst this is a theory-based course, the intention is that it is highly practical and candidates will participate in a variety of practical planning exercises.
Attendance Certificates are issued to successful candidates by British Canoeing following a recommendation from the course provider, subject to the following Certification fees.
These fees are not included in the course price and are payable on the day.
· £15 for B.C. members
· £25 for non-members
Location: Woodmill Outdoor Activities Centre
The course will be run by Phil Hadley industry leading professional, with years of experience delivering British Canoeing Courses.
The British Canoeing CNTP Courses is one day long and have a 1 to 6 tutor to student ratio.
Changes and Cancellation:
Should Karma SUP Limited have to cancel a course for any reason, you will receive a full refund and/or be given the opportunity to re-book for a mutually agreeable date.
If you cancel…
Any deposit paid is non-refundable.
More than 4 weeks before the commencement of a course, a 50% refund of the balance payment will be available.
Less than 4 weeks before the commencement of a course, no refund will be available, unless a Covid 19 restriction / lockdown has been ordered by the Government.
It is recommend that you take out cancellation and curtailment insurance should you need to cancel your booking.