Universities: Managing a Beginner Programme

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University can be a great opportunity to learn something new alongside your studies. A university rowing club offers a great chance to learn a new sport and make new friends all whilst enjoying the outdoors.

To assist planning for your university programme British Rowing has produced the following guidance document to support universities who have large intakes of beginners each academic year.

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Join us for the “Return to Rowing: University Beginners” webinar.

📅 30/09/20 19:00 | 🙋‍♂️Sign-Up

Looking forward to returning to university and enjoying some time on the water? Join us as we go through our new guide on how to manage your beginner programme, top tips for new coaches coaching beginners and how to make sure you’re doing it all safely in these COVID times.

 

 

🗣️ Speakers: Peter Sheppard (GB Chief Coach U23’s & Juniors), Sarah Harris (Head of Education & Training), Paul Lorenzato (Head of Community Development) & James Andrews (Head of Performance Talent)

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