• 19h E-learning + Pre-reading
• 24h Face to face Theory + Practical
• 10h Coaching Attachment
• 5h Competency Assessment
• MCQ Assessments: 2x 1h Examination (FSS and Theory)
8 September to 12 November 2023
√ Must be at least 18 years of age
√ Must be medically fit* (*To complete Medical Indemnity Form. Participant is required to provide a doctor’s certification if the answer is “Yes” to any conditions.)
√ Must have a 1-star or an equivalent certification
√ Must have competed in at least 3 recognised canoe sprint or marathon competitions or time trials (local/overseas)
√ Proof of swimming ability: At least SwimSafer Silver or able to swim 200m unaided (video evidence).
√ Attend and pass compulsory proficiency test of technical ability in sprint canoe/kayak or produce evidence of ability to hit timing at a recognised 2km competition within the last 6 months:
o Able to paddle 2km (with a turn) under 11 min (MK1) / 12 min (WK1) / 12 min (MC1) / 13 min (WC1)
o Able to exhibit a general proficiency in the following technical skills:
> Keep the craft stationary and adjust position/manoeuvre
√ Valid Accredited Standard First Aid with AED Certification before start of course
To be certified as a SG-Coach Canoe Sprint Full Integration Level 1 Coach*,
√ Complete and submit on time all reflections, quizzes, assignments, micro-coaching assessments and online e-learning resources provided throughout the course.
√ Score at least 80% (40 out of 50 questions) to pass both the SG-Coach Foundational Sports Science (FSS) and Theory Examination done on SportSG-ED (online portal) in an invigilated classroom setting.
√ Participants have a maximum of 2 x 2 consecutive attempts per FSS and Theory Assessment, after which an additional administration fee will be imposed for further attempts.
√ Complete the 10hrs coaching attachment sessions required with respective assigned coaches or programmes.
√ Pass the Competency Assessment based on the continuous assessment throughout the course and a coaching session that the participant will plan, conduct and reflect on in selected craft (K1 or C1).
*Any participant who is deemed “Not Yet Competent” for the Competency Assessment will be required to complete another 10 hours of attachment with an appointed coach within 6 months of last assessment before attempting another Competency Assessment. Do note that there will be a reassessment fee of $50.
Upon successful completion of the modules 0-12, and the required assignments and examinations, the participants will:
√ Be issued with an email of course completion to register on the National Registry Of Coaches (NROC) via Sportsync
√ Ensure they have been accepted by NROC before they will be issued the SG-Coach Level 1 Full Integration Canoe Sprint Coaching Certificate
√ Require to be on the NROC and MOE-IRS registered before they can coach in MOE schools
√ Be involved in various communities of Canoe Sprint coaches where there will be shared coaching resources, courses, discussions and communities of practice (CoP)
The SG-Coach Full Integration L1 Canoe Sprint Coaching Course is an integration of SG-Coach L1 Theory (includes Values and Principles in Sport -VPS and Safe Sport Certification), SG-Coach Foundational Sports Science and SG-Coach L1 Canoe Sprint Technical curriculum, upon which, only 1 Full Integration certificate will be provided. As it is a full integration curriculum, all Face-to-face sessions, attachments and assessments are compulsory. However, please refer to Annex A (under Course Schedule & Modules) for information on exemptions for prior learning.
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