Meet the Hemel Hempstead Canoe Club 2013 Executive
|Paddling Experience:||3 star ww kayak & sea kayak. Div 3 slalom. Level 2 coach, GB (senior mixed) dragon boat paddler, raft racing, and trainee raft guide|
|Current Boat:||Liquid Logic Jefe, Dagger Super Ego, Dagger Mamba|
|Other Interests:||Horse Riding, Walking, Talking and Sit on Tops (but not at HHCC) Cats and Twitter|
|Head of Coaching:||Robin Oakley|
|Paddling Experience:||Level 3 Coach, sea & WW paddler, DW / marathon racer in C2, K2 and K1 & div 2 K1 slalom, dragon boat world record holder, in GB (grand dragons) dragon boat team and trainee raft guide|
|Current Boat:||Liquid Logic CR 250, Liquid Logic Jefe, Dagger G-Force C1, whitwater C1|
|Other Interests:||Keeping fit, Punctuality, Cycling and Sailing|
|Paddling Experience:||Keen WW expert and sea kayaking, Level 1 coach, outrigger paddler, raft racing and trainee raft guide!|
|Current Boat:||Dagger Mamba|
|Other Interests:||Waterproof Cars, Cycling, Camp Cooking and Sausages|
|Welfare Officer (A):||Helen Ward|
|Paddling Experience:||Level 1 Coach|
|Current Boat:||To many to list here|
|Other Interests:||Keep Fit, Tidyness Fanatic, Needlework and Diet Coke|
|Welfare Officer (B):||Ross Hensman|
|Paddling Experience:||Level 2 Coach|
|Current Boat:||old and tired|
|Other Interests:||Cars and Cars|
|Paddling Experience:||Level 1 coach|
|Current Boat:||Wavesport D65|
|Non Executive:||Rod White|
|Current Boat:||Little blue boat|
|Other Interests:||Fast Things and Bustin' Moves|
|Junior Co-ordinator:||Alex Lowry|
|Paddling Experience:||Several years|
|Current Boat:||for sale|
|Other Interests:||Style, Bad Muzic and being an Ideal Son|
HHCC is working towards Club Mark accreditation, which brings a number of benefits to the club. Primarily it gives us more funding opportunities, will be required if we're to use the Olympic course at Broxbourne and helps us meet ever increasing legislation.
We believe that taking part in a club is long-established and proven means of developing teamwork, social skills and mutual responsibility in young people and adults alike. Paddlesport offers excitement and physical exertion in a controlled environment. It trains individuals to manage risk and gives a sense responsibility, personal achievement, resourcefulness and teamwork.
To qualify for the Club Mark, we need to reinforce these beliefs with written evidence, including a code of conduct, club rules, risk assessment, child protection policy and health & safety policy. We have all these in place, but they have not all been formally issued.
Code of Conduct
The code of conduct and club rules, as here, and have now been agreed by the club committee and are in force. This document formalises our informal practices and must be adhered to by all please!
Any queries members have over the code, club rules and associated policies can be raised at the AGM.