Please see here for the 2013 Canada Games Boat Person volunteer position. If you are interested, please send your resume to Janessa Green firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday May 30, 2013 at 4pm.
Row Nova Scotia is hosting a Boat Safety Course for volunteers on Saturday May 11, 2013. For more information contact Linda Lee at email@example.com
Row NS is hosting an Adaptive Learn To Row Workshop on Friday May 31 and Saturday June 1, 2013 at Oakwood House (North Star Rowing Club). Katherine Harman (Halifax Rowing Club) will be facilitating the workshop with assistance from Rebecca Orr (Rowing Canada – Master Learning Facilitator). If you are interesting in attending please e-mail Janessa Green at firstname.lastname@example.org BEFORE May 27 1, 2013. Workshop space is limited. Price for the workshop is $50 per person or FREE if you commit to 10 coaching sessions for Para-Rowing programs in Nova Scotia.
Please note some of the changes:
- Open / Canada Games events.
- Winter weight for light weights.
- Light weight weigh in earlier in the morning then RofR prescribes.
- No BBQ- One master winner per master event. Using the new handicap chart.
- Modified Jr / Secondary School category. They must be either a RCA junior or still in secondary school to row in these races. Only one winner/medal for these races.
Please note the registration is due May 17, 2013 by mid-night.
Row NS is pleased to announce the hosting of the Learn To Row (LTR) Workshop. This workshop is geared toward people interested in coaching LTR lessons at clubs.
The workshop content is intended to provide the instructor with knowledge, skills and abilities to instruct learn to row sessions with beginners. It is not intended to prepare the instructor to work with rowers going to competition. Upon completion of the workshop, the instructor candidate will get a “trained” designation in the NCCP database.
Anyone who took the Adaptive LTR Workshop last June is required to take the LTR Workshop to achieve “Trained” status.
The LTR Workshop will take place on Saturday June 8nd and Sunday June 9 2013 in the Patterson Room at the Mic Mac Aquatic Center. Cost for the workshop is $90 per person. Anthony Landry will be facilitating.
If you are interested in taking this workshop please e-mail email@example.com or call 425-5450 ext 357 by Wednesday May 29, 2013.
The Row NS School Spring Challenge is a Learn to Row course designed to bring junior and senior high school students from across HRM together to try the sport of Rowing. Participants will learn the fundamentals of rowing, which include safe boat handling, water safety, boat terminology (port, bow, coxswain, etc.), developing good rowing technique (balance, proper grip, oar positioning, etc.) and teamwork.
At the end of the challenge participants will come together for a fun event where they can meet participants from the other clubs and show off their newly acquired speed and skills!
If you are from Halifax program details are as follows:
Date: May 14 – June 7
Tuesday & Thursday’s 4pm-6pm
Age: 13 yrs Minimum
To Register: Halifax Rowing Club
If you are from Dartmouth you have 2 options for the program:
|Date: May 14 – June 7||Date: May 21st – June 28th|
|Tuesday & Thursday’s 5pm-7pm||Tuesday & Thursday 4pm-6pm|
|Fee $50||Fee: $50|
|Age: 13 yrs Minimum||Age: 13 yrs Minimum|
|To Register:North Star Rowing Club||To Register:Mic Mac AAC – Rowing|
Please see the job posting for a Coaching Position with the Halifax Rowing Club.
Please see the Row NS job posting for School Rowing Recruiter.