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SallyB

This is a great article, as a level 2 coach in a recreational canoe and kayak club we are all about getting children and young people on the water, having a great experience and wanting to come back. mentoring new coaches, and aspiring coaches is so important in giving this experience.

18/10/16
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StuartA

Thank you for the encouragement. A lot of points made in the blog are reflected in the course I am currently following to gain a Level 2 coaching certificate. It is good to have those points confirmed independently by established coaches.

27/02/18
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