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BCAB Paddle Safer - (Private Group)

This course gives new and novice paddlers the opportunity to develop their water safety skills.

  • 4 hr
  • 300 British pounds
  • Daff Reservoir, Greenock

Service Description

OVERVIEW The Go Paddling Paddle Safer course is designed for anyone new to paddling, or relatively inexperienced to paddling, wanting to gain knowledge and raise their awareness of paddling safely in a sheltered water environment, in or on the craft that they paddle. Typical craft would include kayaks, canoes, stand up paddleboards, sit on tops and inflatables. COURSE CONTENT The Paddle Safer Course is based on learning and, as such, the ethos of ‘supporting the paddler’ is the main focus of the course, encouraging individuals to consider where they paddle, the equipment they use and provide practical solutions if they get into difficulty. The course covers 4 key modules: Equipment Environmental factors Planning Rescues MINIMUM AGE There is no minimum age for this course. HOURS This course is run over 1/2 a day (Approx 3-4 hours). RATIO The maximum group size for this course is 6 Participants. INCLUDED IN THE PRICE All Course Equipment & Handouts BCAB Paddle Safer Certificate (Upon Successful completion of the course)


Cancellation Policy

Cancelation with more than 30 days' notice, we will charge a £25 cancellation fee. Cancelation with between 7 & 30 days' notice, then a 50% refund will be given. Cancelation with less than 7 days' notice, then no refund will be given. We advise taking out cancellation, curtailment and accident insurance. If RSP cancels a booking for any reason, including illness, you will be given the option of either rescheduling your activity, or receiving a full refund. Some courses require a certain ratio to run, if these ratios are not met then the course will not run, and a full refund will be available. RSP staff will communicate with clients to keep them updated on this matter.


Contact Details

+447903430334

Jordan@ropespokeandpaddle.com

Everton Scout Campsite, Greenock, UK


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