Canoeing Ireland have recently had to deal with some issues in relation to the organising and registering participants of courses. Whether you are working in a commercial capacity or in a voluntary capacity with a club, there are certain protocols that need to be followed when 1) organising a course and 2) issuing certification.
Please click the link to familiarise yourself with Canoeing Ireland’s set procedures for Instructors registering courses and assessments.
Please click on the GDPR Statement from Canoeing Ireland which is on our website under Governance/GDPR.
The Canoeing Ireland timeline being implemented to our database to remain GDPR compliant:
Timeline of completion of GDPR will be a six week process for the database and Canoeing Ireland.
Any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us in head office.
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Canoeing Ireland: GDPR and you
Thank you to Matthew McCauley and Harry Leddy who helped to clean up the grounds of the Canoeing Ireland Training Centre after the Junior Liffey Descent. They worked really hard and we in the office were very grateful for their help.
Check out the results for the 2018 Junior Liffey Descent results. To access the results, go to Junior Liffey Descent Results for more details. They are loaded in PDF and text for ease of use.
Thanks all for an excellent event.
Welcome to the 2018 Junior Liffey Descent sponsored by Junior Paddlfest, we have attached the race brief.
Please read the pack carefully as it contains all the information you will need for the race.
The information will be on http://canoe.ie/junior-liffey-descent/ and a link on Facebook. Please like and share.
Bib collection is on Saturday in Salmon Leap Canoe club from 10:00-11:00.
Race finishes at the Canoeing Ireland Training Centre.
Finishing Ceremony will be between 3:30pm and 4:00pm.
Read your race brief carefully as the race starts at 12:00.
Although the weather looks good at the moment, there will be a good release on the Liffey so dress appropriately and check the weather forecast.
Good luck and we look forward to seeing you,
Registration to be a provider of the Canoeing Ireland Blueway provider scheme is open to all individuals, clubs, businesses and social, community, educational or commercial organisations offering canoeing activity in a commercial or not for profit context and who meet the Canoeing Ireland provider requirements.
For each provider registration application Canoeing Ireland will carry a desk-based instructor qualifications, insurance, standard operating procedures and risk assessments, equipment, tax compliance as detailed below. All Canoeing Ireland Blueway providers must be approved by the Board of Canoeing Ireland. No provider may take part in any events or training until registration has been completed and CI board approval received.
Registered providers must provide a list of their primary/core Canoeing Ireland qualified instructors. All instructors must be listed including ad-hoc and freelance instructors.
Registered providers can only use instructors who hold the qualifications relevant to the environment and courses they are delivering. Instructors may only operate within their remit and Canoeing Ireland pupil instructor ratios apply at all times.
All instructors must be current members of Canoeing Ireland and have completed Canoeing Ireland Garda Vetting.
Registered providers must provide copies of up to date first aid certificates for all instructors which will be recorded on the CI database.
Registered providers must provide a copy of their insurance certificate and details of their conditions of cover and operating environment.
Registered providers must provide a summary list of their equipment, including brands and models. The list must be supported with photographs of the equipment in bulk, e.g. photo of areas of the stores where equipment is kept, or photos of the equipment in use by groups.
Equipment must be fit for purpose and carry the required CE approval.
Standard Operating Procedures, Risk Assessments and Child Protection
Registered providers must provide copies of their standard operating procedures, risk assessments and proof of compliance with Child protection guidelines.
Where applicable registered providers must provide a valid tax clearance certificate.
Canoeing Ireland reserves the rights to carry onsite inspection of program delivery without notice.
The Waters and Communities Special Award is open for applications with a deadline of 23rd May 2018. The Award is run in conjunction with the main Super Valu Tidy Towns Awards, which this year celebrates its 60th year of encouraging and rewarding community effort. Read more