British Rowing :: Courses available

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Here is a list of courses and information of courses being run by British Rowing & The CPGA

Fixed Seat Rowing Technique Workshop


3rd February – Mounts Bay School, Penzance Contact: Helen Bowkett – [email protected]
10th February – Newquay Treviglas School Contact: Beverley Davis – [email protected]
17th February – Falmouth Water Sports Centre Contact: Nick Maxted – [email protected]
24th February – St Austell College Contact: Rhiannon Halliday – [email protected]
17th March – Caradon Sailing Club, Saltash Contact: Steve Kent – [email protected]
18th March – Trinity School, Teignmouth Contact – Rachel Holgate – [email protected]
31st March – Westfield School, Weymouth Contact – Tom Pattichis – [email protected]


The workshop covers the key concepts of effective technique, including correct posture and grip, and the correct sequence for catch, drive, finish and recovery/return.

Safeguarding and Protecting Children Workshop


Wed 12th May 2010, 6.30pm-9.30pm


Victoria Inn, Roche


The workshop is endorsed by the NSPCC, and is the recommended training for all Club Welfare Officers, coaches and other volunteers working with young people in clubs. Topics covered include British Rowing/CPGA policies and procedures, CRB checking, and receiving and reporting procedures for child welfare issues within clubs


£15 per person

Level 1 Coastal Coxes Course


Falmouth – February (dates tbc) Contact – Esther Oldrieve – [email protected]
Devoran/Mylor – March 2nd/9th/13th/14th Contact: Rob Grose – [email protected] John Bray – [email protected]
St Austell – January 25th/28th, February 1st/4th/6th/13th Contact: Tristan Netherton – [email protected]
Saltash – February 20th/21st/27th/28th Contact: Nicola Davy – [email protected]
Tamar/Tavy – March 13th/14th Contact: Carolyn Dawe – [email protected]
Weymouth – January 20th/27th, February 7th/10th Contact: Wendy Pearce – [email protected] Steve Vince – [email protected]


This course provides a certificate of competence in generic coxing skills. The certificate is not a formal qualification, however it can be used within a club to provide evidence of general coxing competency, to supplement the club’s own specific training.

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  1. Steve M

    Went to the 3 Feb. Rowing Technique at Mounts Bay Sch. Good course content and plenty of discussion around theory and recommended style! It was interesting to note the input of British Rowing (ARA).There were over 30 club members in attendance most if not all found it a pleasant and useful session. Helen Bowkett was an excellent tutor. Recommended.

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