Sea Kayak Safety & Rescue Course, Anglesey, North Wales

North Wales Sea Kayaking | Anglesey Adventures

Sea Kayaking Safety and Rescue 

What's it all about?

Incidents always happen when we are least expecting them, we can all get caught out at times, it's usually when we take our eye off the ball for a moment and environmental factors catch us out.  Sea Kayaking is an adventure sport, after all it's about having fun and maybe pushing our boundaries and comfort zones, this is when incidents may happen.  Developing a logical thought process that works under pressure; rescues - getting the basics right; rescue strategies; controlling your group; leadership under pressure; emotional influences; adrenal effects. 

Further details

What level should I be?

 

We run this sea kayaking course at two levels (levels 2/3 and levels 3/4).  Find out the level as a sea kayaker you find yourself best suited.

 

We also run this as a bespoke course, i.e couples who paddle together, groups of friends and clubs etc. Whatever level you feel you are at, please do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss your needs, we will make it happen for you!

 

What’s it all about?

The aims of our Sea Kayak Safety and Rescue training courses are to take you progressively from simple rescues through to more complex scenarios aimed at challenging you.  Progressing  your skills, decision making and confidence, further with a logical step by step process that works under pressure, rescues -getting the foundations right and leadership strategies that work, all in some of the world class venues that Anglesey has to offer. 

Incident Management Sea Kayaking courses in Anglesey with North Wales Sea Kayaking and Steve Miles of North Wales Sea Kayaking

2020 Course Dates

29 - 30 August

17 - 18 October

We will also consider how paddlers might deal with an incident utilising:
 

  • CLAP: Communication-Line of sight-Avoidance/Awareness-Position of maximum usefulness.  

  • SAFER: Stop-Assess-Formulate-Execute-Review 

  • Action centred leadership: working with, task Team and Individual  

  • Rescue Hierarchy: Self-Team-Casualty/swimmer 

 

Each day will start over a coffee while you plan the day head, thus boosting your knowledge on a theoretical and practical level of the decision making process for a safe day on the water.   The aim  of the incident management course is for you to to be able to plan your own trips, with the knowledge that you will be confident enough to manage any incidents which you may find yourself in.

Prerequisites

A good level of fitness 

Confident in the water 

Venue:       Anglesey, North Wales

Ratio:         1:4 (minimum 2 people)

Duration:  2 or 4 days 

Fee:            £180 (2 days) or £300 (4 days)