• 16h theory + 19h Pre-reading/E-learning
• 8h Practical
• 10h Coaching Attachment + Competency Assessment
• 2x 1h Theory and Foundational Sport Science Examination
• 24 September – 25 September 2022: Proficiency test of technical ability in sprint canoe/kayak
• 1 October 2022 – 21 October 2022: Online Theory (E-Learning @ SportSG-ED)
• 22, 23, 24, 29 October 2022: Sport-specific Online Theory & Practical Session
• 30 October 2022: Coaching Competency Assessment
• 5 – 6 November 2022: TENTATIVE Make-up Dates
• November 2022 (TBC): SG-Coach Foundational Sport Science, SG-Coach Theory.
(including $20 SportSG-ED Admin fee)
√ Must be at least 18 years of age (born in 2004 or earlier)
√ Must be medically fit* (*To complete Medical Indemnity Form. Participant is
√ Must have a 1-Star Personal Skills Award or an Equivalent Certification
√ Must have competed in at least 3 recognized canoe sprint or marathon competitions
√ Proof of swimming ability: At least Swim Safer Silver or able to swim 200m unaided (video evidence).
√ Attend and pass compulsory proficiency test of technical ability in Sprint
o Able to paddle 2km (with a turn) under 11 min (MK1) / 12 min (WK1) / 12
o Able to exhibit a general proficiency in the following technical skills:
> Keep the craft stationary and adjust position/ manoeuvre
√ Valid Standard First Aid with AED certification (For NROC)
o Participants are strongly encouraged to have a valid Standard First Aid by the start of the course
|To be certified as a SG-Coach Canoe Sprint Level 1 Integrated Coach, participants are required to:||
To be certified as a SG-Coach Canoe Sprint Level Full Integration Level 1 Coach*,
√ Complete and submit on time all reflections, quizzes, assignments, micro-coaching
√ 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 planned 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 before attempting another Competency Assessment.
Upon successful completion of the modules 0-12, the participants will:
√ Require a valid Standard First-Aid and AED Certification before they will receive 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 a community of beginning Canoe Sprint coaches where there will be shared coaching resources, courses, discussion and communities of practice (CoP) managed by coach developers
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Closing Date: 22 September 2022
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|To obtain the Level Two Canoe Sprint Coaching (Technical) Certification, participants are required to:||TBC|
For Canoe Sprint Coaching Certification Accreditation Policy, please click here.
For Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Application Form, please click here.
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