CARLETON PLACE CANOE CLUB

Designed around Canoe Kayak Canada’s Long Terms Athlete Development (LTAD) stages, the junior development and high performance programs teach participants intermediate to advanced paddling skills focusing on sport specific endurance, strength and speed. These programs will also develop athletes’ understanding and implementation of mental training and preparedness and the value of athlete specific nutrition. CPCC has developed many Provincial, National, and Olympic team athletes and aims to continue this tradition through instilling an appreciation of good work ethic, dedication, organizational skills, and teamwork.

U15 Junior Development

Designed around the LTAD Training to Train, Learning to Compete and Training to Compete participants ages 13 to 14 (as of January 1st, 2017) will be taught intermediate to advanced paddling skills with a progression towards participation at the National Championships in singles and crew boats. In the summer months, this program runs from 9:00-11:30am and 2:30-4:00pm.

HIGH PERFORMANCE Programs

Overview

Program runs April 30th – October 26th, up to 10 sessions per week


Team Boats membership is included (War Canoe)


Registration does not include Divisional, Provincial or National regatta fees, or Coach Travel fees


Cost

Program fee - $895

Insurance & Affiliation fees - $100

CLICK HERE for a program fees breakdown

Overnight regatta fees may apply


Personal Equipment

Boats, paddles and other personal equipment can be stored at the club, however members will be charged an additional $50 per year for personal boat storage.


Payment Options
e-Transfer
Cheque
Cash

* A 25% payment deposit is required to complete registration

** These programs require a 25 hour, or $250 volunteer commitment

*** If paying by cash or cheque, you are still required to complete online registration. Make cheque payable to: Carleton Place Canoe Club

Payments arrangements must be made 2 weeks prior to program start in order to ensure your program enrollment is held.

Senior High Performance

Designed around the LTAD Training to Compete and Training to Win stages, participants ages 18 years and older will be taught advanced paddling skills with a progression towards podium performances at the national and international level.

High performance Programs At a Glance:

U17 High Performance

Designed around the LTAD Training to Train, Learning to Compete and Training to Compete stages of development, participants ages 15 to 16 (as of January 1st) will be taught intermediate to advanced paddling skills with a progression towards participation at the National Championships in singles and crew boats. Other events such as Ontario Team Trials and National Team trials may be available to athletes based on coach’s discretion.