The British Canoeing Awarding Body Stadium Safety and Rescue Training course is designed for individuals wanting to provide safety cover at an artificial, white water course.
The training will cover the following UK artificial, white water centres:
- Lee Valley White Water Centre
- Cardiff White Water Centre
- Pinkston White Water Centre
- Nene White Water Centre
- Nottingham White Water Centre
- Tees White Water Centre
Stadium Safety and Rescue Training Overview
There is no age restriction. 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 and potential risks. The safety and welfare of those under the age of 18 is paramount. If providers are unsure of their suitability to allow participants under the age of 18, please do not hesitate to consult British Canoeing.
- Confident swimmer
Finding a Stadium Safety and Rescue Course
To find a course in your area, contact your Delivery Centre by clicking the relevant logo at the bottom of this page
To view the associated documents with this course, click here.
Core Skills Covered
The objective is to provide underpinning knowledge and introduce simple and safe practical skills that can be applied appropriately, improving an individual’s awareness of the risks and safety skills required in an artificial, white water environment. The four-hour training course will teach Shout, Reach and Throw line techniques, introduce candidates to swim safely in an artificial, white water environment and outline basic rescue protocols that prioritise the safety of the individual above all others.
For more information on the content covered, please read the Course Guide.
Attendance certificates are issued to successful candidates by their Delivery Centre following a recommendation from the course provider.