Home Education Australian Canoeing Award Scheme (ACAS)
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ACAS Instructors who have held their award for greater than twelve months or with prior approval from AC  are able to deliver and assess the below skills awards.

Instructors delivering these awards will be covered by the Australian Canoeing Insurance as long as all AC Guidelines and procedures are followed.

If you wish to deliver a program, please complete and return the request form below. Once reviewed and accepted by AC, the appropriate paperwork will be sent to you.

Flatwater Instructor (day)

Basic Skills

Flatwater Skills

Flatwater Instructor with Overnight Endorsement

Above plus Overnight Endorsement

Whitewater Instructor

Basic Skills

Flatwater Skills

Whitewater Skills

Rescue 1

Whitewater Instructor with Overnight Endorsement

Above plus Overnight Endorsement

Enclosed Sea Instructor

Basic Skills

Flatwater Skills

Enclosed Sea Skills

Overnight Endorsement

Sea Instructor

Basic Skills

Flatwater Skills

Enclosed Sea Skills

Intro Sea Skills

Sea Skills

Overnight Endorsement

Request to deliver ACAS skills course

The Basic Skills Award is purely an introduction and participant award that can be delivered and assessed by a current AC Lifeguard, Guide, Coach or Instructor.

Basic Skills Assessment FormBasic Skills Order Form

Flatwater skills

Course participants will learn the full set of paddle strokes and rescues as well as basic weather, navigation and trip planning skills. Holders of the Flatwater Skills award have demonstrated they can competently paddle a kayak or canoe as part of a group of peers on flat sheltered, undemanding water.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six trips of a minimum of three hours duration

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

Evidence Guide

Flatwater Guide

Courses for people seeking employment where the the group under instruction will leave the immediate launch area such as an overnight or full-day excursion. Holders of the Flatwater Guide award are qualified to lead or guide on inland waters such as open lakes and rivers (but not on whitewater or sea) in controlled conditions for inland kayaking and canoeing.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Tides
  • Trip planning
  • Risk management
  • Group control

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook:
  • Six trips of a minimum of three hours duration
  • Three guided flatwater activities of at least three hours duration as an observer under training or as an assistant Guide
  • Current Apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Evidence Guide

Flatwater Instructor

Holders of the Flatwater Instructor Award are qualified to instruct, facilitate skill transfer to develop participants in order so that they may act independently or with minimal supervision in controlled conditions for inland kayaking and canoeing.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Tides
  • Trip planning
  • Risk management
  • Group control
  • Teaching models
  • Skill and knowledge transfer

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook:
  • Six trips of a minimum of three hours duration
  • Three guided flatwater activities of at least three hours duration as an observer under training or as an assistant Guide
  • As an observer under training or as an assistant Instructor:
    • three paddling instructional activities of at least three hours duration
    • two off-water sessions
  • Current Apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Evidence Guide

Flatwater Lifeguard

The introductory level for people wanting to gain employment in the industry. Holders of the Flatwater Lifeguard award are qualified to lead a paddling activity in canoes or kayaks (closed or sit-on-top) in enclosed situations, performing rescues as required, where the group under supervision can be seen form a single vantage point at any time and does not leave the immediate launch area.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Risk management
  • Group control

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: On-water paddling activities totalling 6 – 9 hours duration as an observer under training or as an assistant
  • Current apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $75 for 3 years registration

Evidence Guide

Enclosed Sea Skills

Enclosed Sea skills –

The holder of this award has demonstrated the ability to plan and conduct personal kayaking programs in sea kayaks in enclosed waters defined as Bays and Harbours:

  • Moderate conditions (forecast or 11 – 16 knots);
  • Assessed in minimum winds of 11 – 16 knots;
  • Max 1.5 nautical miles from shore;
  • Breaking (overtopping) waves (sea) up to 0.5m;
  • No surf

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Launch and landing
  • Towing

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six enclosed sea environment trips of a minimum of three hours duration

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

Evidence Guide

Intro to Sea Skills

Intro to Sea skills – The holder of this award has demonstrated the ability to plan and conduct personal kayaking activities in sea kayaks in coastal conditions defined as:

  • Estuaries, embayments and areas enclosed or partially enclosed by fringing reef or islands;
  • Areas of exposed coastline that are simple, not involving overfalls, tidal races, difficult landings or open crossings may be included;
  • Distances of up to two nautical miles offshore;
  • Conditions below Fresh (17 knots) as defined by the Beaufort Scale and used by the Bureau of Meteorology

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Surf launch and land
  • Towing

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six Sea environment trips of a minimum of three hours duration over a period of at least two years

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

Evidence Guide

Sea Skills

Sea skills – The holder of this award has demonstrated the ability to plan and conduct personal kayaking activities in sea kayaks at sea defined as outside of estuaries, embayments or other sheltering reefs or islands in moderate conditions:

  • Conditions below Fresh (21 knots) as defined by the Beaufort Scale and used by the Bureau of Meteorology;
  • Assessed in minimum winds of 11 knots (moderate conditions);
  • Areas of exposed coastline that is simple, not involving overfalls, tidal races, difficult landings or open crossings may be included;
  • Distances of up to 4 nautical miles from the nearest shore;
  • Breaking (overtopping) waves (sea) up to 1m;
  • Surf to 1m.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Surf launch and land
  • Towing
  • Rolling

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six Sea environment trips of a minimum of three hours duration over a period of at least two years
  • Two different overnight coastal sea kayak trips

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

Evidence Guide

Sea Leader

Sea Leader – The holder of this award has been assessed and is qualified to lead groups of sea skills paddlers in sea kayaks at sea defined as outside of estuaries, embayments or other sheltering reefs or islands in moderate conditions:

  • Conditions below Strong (21 knots) as defined by the Beaufort Scale and used by the Bureau of meteorology;
  • Distances of up to 4 nautical miles from the nearest shore;
  • Surf to 1m;
  • Operations may also be conducted in conditions that exceed the above where a documented hazard;
  • Identification and risk management process has been undertaken to ensure the participants skills and equipment are appropriate to the environment.

Sea leaders may also lead people at the level of intro to sea skills or equivalent paddlers in conditions that include:

  • Wind conditions below 15 knots (forecast or observed);
  • Crossings of less than 1 nautical mile;
  • Surf to 0.5m;

Not rounding a significant headland

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Surf launch and land
  • Towing
  • Rolling
  • Risk management
  • Group control

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six Sea environment trips of a minimum of three hours duration over a period of at least two years
  • Two different overnight coastal sea kayak trips
  • Three trips of at least three hours in a coastal environment as group assistant leader
  • One self-contained overnight trip in a sea environment of at least 25km distance.
  • Current Apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Evidence Guide

Sea Guide

Sea Guide – The holders of this award are qualified to guide groups of novices on activity and expedition based programs in sea kayaks at sea defined as outside of estuaries, embayments or other sheltering reefs

or islands in moderate conditions:

  • Below “strong wind warnings” conditions (forecast or observed of greater than 25 knots);
  • Assessed in minimum winds of 11 – 16 knots;
  • Areas of exposed coastline that is simple, not involving overfalls, tidal races, difficult landings or open crossings may be included;
  • Crossings of less than 10 nautical miles;
  • Breaking (overtopping) waves (sea) up to 1 m;
  • Surf to 1m.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Surf launch and land
  • Towing
  • Rolling
  • Risk management
  • Group control

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six Sea environment trips of a minimum of three hours duration over a period of at least two years
  • Two different overnight coastal sea kayak trips
  • Six guided sea activities of at least three hours duration as an observer under training or as an assistant Guide (must be in two different locations)
  • Two guided sea activities of at least six hours duration as lead guide under observation of a qualified guide
  • One self-contained overnight trip in a sea environment of at least 25 km distance.
  • Current Apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Evidence Guide

Enclosed Sea Guide

Enclosed Sea Guide –

The holders of this award are qualified to guide groups of novices on activity and day based programs in sea kayaks in enclosed waters defined as Bays and Harbours:

 

  • Moderate conditions (forecast or 11 – 16 knots);
  • Assessed in minimum winds of 11 – 16 knots;
  • Max 1.5 nautical miles from shore;
  • Breaking (overtopping) waves (sea) up to 0.5m;

No surf

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Towing
  • Risk management
  • Group control

Further assessment requirements

  • Six enclosed sea environment trips of a minimum of three hours duration over a period of at least two years.
  • Two different overnight enclosed sea kayak trips.
  • Six guided enclosed sea activities of at least three hours duration as an observer under training or as an assistant Guide (must be in two different locations).
  • Two guided enclosed sea activities of at least six hours duration as lead guide under observation of a qualified guide.
  • Current Apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Evidence guideline

Enclosed Sea Instructor

Enclosed Sea Instructor –

The holder of this award has demonstrated the ability to train individuals and groups on activity and day based programs in sea kayaks in enclosed sea defined as Bays and Harbours:

  • Moderate conditions (forecast or 11 – 16 knots);
  • Assessed in minimum winds of 11 – 16 knots;
  • Max 1.5 nautical miles from shore;
  • Breaking (overtopping) waves (sea) up to 0.5m;
  • No surf.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Towing
  • Risk management
  • Group control
  • Skill and knowledge transfer
  • Teaching models

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six enclosed sea environment trips of a minimum of three hours duration over a period of at least two years.
  • Two different overnight enclosed sea kayak trips.
  • Six guided enclosed sea activities of at least three hours duration as an observer under training or as an assistant Guide (must be in two different locations).
  • Two guided enclosed sea activities of at least six hours duration as lead guide under observation of a qualified Guide.
  • Six practical instructional activities in enclosed sea of at least three hours duration, of which three as the lead Instructor.
  • Four theory sessions as an observer under training or as an assistant Instructor, of which two as the lead Instructor.
  • Current Apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Evidence Guideline

Sea Instructor

Sea Instructor – The holder of this award has demonstrated the ability to train individuals and groups from novices to instructors on activity and expedition based programs in sea kayaks at sea defined as outside of estuaries, embayments or other sheltering reefs or islands in moderate conditions:

  • Below “strong wind warnings” conditions (forecast or observed of greater than 25 knots);
  • Assessed in minimum winds of 11 –16 knots;
  • Areas of exposed coastline that is simple, not involving overfalls, tidal races, difficult landings or open crossings may be included;
  • Crossings of less than 10 nautical miles;
  • Breaking (overtopping) waves (sea) up to 1m;
  • Surf to 1m.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Surf launch and land
  • Towing
  • Rolling
  • Risk management
  • Group control
  • Skill and knowledge transfer
  • Teaching models

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six Sea environment trips of a minimum of three hours duration over a period of at least two years
  • Two different overnight coastal sea kayak trips
  • Six guided sea activities of at least three hours duration as an observer under training or as an assistant Guide (must be in two different locations)
  • Two guided sea activities of at least six hours duration as lead guide under observation of a qualified guide
  • Two self-contained overnight trip in a sea environment of at least 25 km distance.
  • Six practical instructional activities at sea of at least three hours duration, of which three as the lead Instructor
  • One overnight as an observer under training or as an assistant Instructor
  • Four theory sessions as an observer under training or as an assistant Instructor, of which two as the lead Instructor
  • Current Apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Evidence guideline

Advanced Sea Skills

The holder of this award has demonstrated the ability to plan and conduct self-reliant advanced seakayak activities. Advanced sea kayaking includes longer expeditions, more remote sea kayaking
activities, more extreme conditions.
– Conditions below near gale (27 knots) as defined by the Beaufort Scale and used by the Bureau of Meteorology;
– Distances of up to 8 nautical miles from the nearest shore;
– Breaking (overtopping) waves (sea) up to 2m;
– Surf to 2m.

Further requirements

Logbook:

Three years of sea paddling
Three different five day self-contained expeditions
One seven day self-contained expedition

 

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

Advanced Sea Instructor

The holder of this award has demonstrated the ability to train individuals and groups from novices to Advanced Sea Instructors. They have also demonstrated the ability to coordinate programs including:
– Direct instructional programs;
– Manage staff for multi group, multi day programs;
– Manage logistics for multi group, multi day programs; Deliver train the trainer programs

Further requirements:

Logbook:

Three different five day self-contained expeditions
One seven day self-contained expedition
Held and been an active AC Sea instructor or equivalent level of qualification for min of six years
Two multi group sea program
Complete three Sea training programs as a primary instructor or as program director.

Current First aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Coastal Skills

Coastal Skills – The holder of this award has demonstrated the ability to plan and conduct personal kayaking activities in sit on top kayaks in coastal conditions defined as:

  • Estuaries, embayment’s and areas enclosed or partially enclosed by fringing reef or islands;
  • Areas of exposed coastline that are simple, not involving overfalls, tidal races, difficult landings or open crossings may be included;
  • Distances of up to one nautical mile offshore;
  • Conditions below Fresh (17 knots) as defined by the Beaufort Scale and used by the Bureau of Meteorology.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Surf launch and land

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six coastal trips of a minimum of three hours duration

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

 

Evidence Guide

Coastal Guide

Coastal Guide – The holder of this award has demonstrated the ability to plan and conduct guided kayaking activities in sit on top kayaks in coastal conditions defined as:

• Estuaries, embayment’s and areas enclosed or partially enclosed by fringing reef or islands;

• Areas of exposed coastline that are simple, not involving overfalls, tidal races, difficult landings or open crossings may be included;

• Distances of up to 1 nautical mile offshore;

• Conditions below Fresh (17 knots) as defined by the Beaufort Scale and used by the Bureau of Meteorology.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning
  • Surf launch and land
  • Leadership
  • Risk management
  • Group management

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six coastal trips of a minimum of three hours duration
  • Three guided coastal activities of at least three hours duration as an observer under training or as an assistant Guide
  • Two guided sea activities of at least three hours duration as lead guide under observation of a qualified guide

Costs:

Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150

Evidence Guide

SUP skills

Course participants will learn the full set of paddle strokes and rescues as well as basic weather, navigation and trip planning skills. Holders of the Flatwater Skills award have demonstrated they can competently paddle a kayak or canoe as part of a group of peers on flat sheltered, undemanding water.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Trip planning

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six trips of a minimum of three hours duration

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

SUP Instructor

Holders of the Flatwater Instructor SUP Award are qualified to instruct, facilitate skill transfer to develop participants in order so that they may act independently or with minimal supervision in controlled conditions for flatwater SUP.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • Navigation
  • Weather
  • Tides
  • Trip planning
  • Risk management
  • Group control
  • Teaching models
  • Skill and knowledge transfer

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: Six trips of a minimum of three hours duration
  • As an observer under training or as an assistant Instructor:– three paddling instructional activities of at least one hour duration– two off-water sessions.

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150

Whitewater Skills

Holders of this award have demonstrated the ability to consistently perform whitewater skills to manouver their kayak or canoe with precision in Grade 2 whitewater, and a level of knowledge that enables them to independently and safely undertake paddling activities on Grade 2 water.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • River reading
  • Using river flow
  • Rolling
  • Trip planning

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: A minimum of five Grade 2 whitewater trips of more than two hours duration at three different locations.
  • Up to three whitewater instructional sessions on Grade 2 water, of two hours or more, at a fixed location, may be substituted for up to three river trips
  • Three whitewater instructional sessions on Grade 2 water, of two hours or more, at a fixed location, may be substituted for up to three river trips.

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

Whitewater Guide

Holders of this award are qualified to guide Grade 2 whitewater trips.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • River reading
  • Using river flow
  • Rolling
  • Trip planning
  • Risk management
  • Group management

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: A minimum of five Grade 2 whitewater trips of more than two hours duration at three different locations.
  • Up to three whitewater instructional sessions on Grade 2 water, of two hours or more, at a fixed location, may be substituted for up to three river trips
  • Three whitewater instructional sessions on Grade 2 water, of two hours or more, at a fixed location, may be substituted for up to three river trips.
  • Three guided whitewater trips as an observer under training or as an assistant Guide
  • A minimum of five river trips on Grade 2 water, using at least two different venues
  • Current Apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Whitewater Instructor

Whitewater Instructor

Holders of this award are qualified to instruct and facilitate the development of whitewater paddling skills and knowledge on Grade 2 water and guide groups on Grade 3.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Equipment
  • Paddling skills
  • Rescue skills
  • River reading
  • Using river flow
  • Rolling
  • Trip planning
  • Risk management
  • Group management
  • Skill and knowledge transfer
  • Teaching models

Further assessment requirements

  • Logbook: A minimum of five Grade 2 whitewater trips of more than two hours duration at three different locations.
  • Up to three whitewater instructional sessions on Grade 2 water, of two hours or more, at a fixed location, may be substituted for up to three river trips
  • Three whitewater instructional sessions on Grade 2 water, of two hours or more, at a fixed location, may be substituted for up to three river trips.
  • Three guided whitewater trips as an observer under training or as an assistant Guide
  • A minimum of five river trips on Grade 2 water, using at least two different venues
  • Current Apply first aid certificate

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $150 for 3 years registration

Rescue 1

Holders of this award have demonstrated the ability to perform the following in moving water up to

Grade 2 standard:

Self-rescue

Be an effective participant in their own rescue

Rescue a single swimmer.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Rescue swimming
  • Craft retrieval
  • Rescues
  • Throw bags
  • Risk management

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

Rescue 2

Holders of this award have demonstrated the ability to manage a rescue situations from kayaks or canoes and gear retrieval in whitewater up to Grade 3 standard.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Rescue swimming
  • Craft retrieval
  • Rescues
  • Throw bags
  • Risk management
  • Pully systems
  • Comminication

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

Rescue 3

Holders of this award have demonstrated the ability to coordinate a rescue that may involve complex situations, multiple swimmers and gear retrieval in whitewater up to Grade 3 standard and above.

Elements include but not limited to:

  • Rescue swimming
  • Craft retrieval
  • Rescues
  • Throw bags
  • Risk management
  • Pully systems
  • Comminication

Costs: Course costs are determined by the National Training provider

Award costs: $20

January 2013

Appointment of ACAS Assessors

Introduction

Assessors are appointed by Australian Canoeing.

Assessor Assessment Record

Process for Appointment

To be considered for registration as an Australian Canoeing Award Scheme Assessor, applicants and assessors must complete the Assessor Assessment Record and forward it to Australian Canoeing.

Australian Canoeing will process complete, correct applications within twenty-one (21) working days. Where an applicant fulfils the criteria Australian Canoeing will appoint the Assessor.

Applicants must meet all criteria on the Assessment Record.

The application is to include:

  • Assessor Assessment Record
  • Copies of your paddler’s logbook for the past three (3) years The logbook must include relevant logs to canoeing instruction/guiding and assessing, and be verifiable with a person’s name and contact number.
  • A letter from an AC Assessor supporting the application. This letter must include the following:
    • Duration of knowledge of the applicant
    • Areas where the applicant has been observed
    • Programs in which the applicant has been observed instructing
    • Programs in which the applicant has been observed assisting or observing assessment
    • Verification that the applicant operates safely as an instructor
  • A letter from an NTP supporting the application

Applicants must not have breached any of the AC Codes of Ethics over the previous three years.

Where any doubt exists or questions arise regarding the suitability of the applicant it will be referred to the Australian Canoeing Education Committee for adjudication and recommendation. Australian Canoeing will accept the recommendation made by the Education Committee.

Once appointed, Assessors will be recognised throughout Australia for a period of three years or until removed by mutual agreement of Australian Canoeing and the Assessor, or by an Australian Canoeing disciplinary tribunal.

Function

Assessment must be performed through National Training Providers. Assessors should be contracted to the NTP in some form and must be stipulated on the NTP’s application for providership. Awards will not be processed unless a current AC NTP is on the paperwork, Assessors can only assess the award(s) they hold and awards below that in the craft they are qualified for.

Statement of Attainment information

RPL enrollment form

Consent form

Information Guide

Australian Canoeing in partnership with Scouts Australia are issuing the Statement of attainment set out below.

Flatwater skills Canoe

SISOCNE303A Apply canoeing skills

Flatwater skills kayak

SISOKYK302A Apply kayaking skills

Flatwater Guide Canoe

SISOCNE303A Apply canoeing skills

SISOCNE305A guide canoeing trips on flat and undemanding water

Flatwater Guide Kayak

SISOKYK302A Apply kayaking skills

SISOKYK304A guide kayaking trips on flat and undemanding water

Flatwater Instructor Canoe

SISOCNE303A Apply canoeing skills

SISOCNE305A guide canoeing trips on flat and undemanding water

SISOCNE306A Instruct canoeing skills on flat and undemanding water

Flatwater Instructor Kayak

SISOKYK302A Apply kayaking skills

SISOKYK304A guide kayaking trips on flat and undemanding water

SISOKYK407A Instruct kayaking skills on flat and undemanding water