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The 2020 Interstate Regatta selection policy and process has now been released and is available online here.

It is the Rowing ACT Board’s intention to maximise the ACT team’s presence at the regatta. While the priority consideration for selection will be potential performance in 2020, there may also be crews targeted in 2020 for their development potential over several years.

The Rowing ACT Board aspires to having an ACT Women’s Eight competing in the 2020 Interstate Regatta for the Queen’s Cup centenary. As such we encourage people to nominate for this and other events to provide us with the largest possible talent pool to choose from.

Nominations for the state team – including coxswains and coaches – close at 5pm on Friday 18 October, 2019. Nominations can be made via the link on the Team Selection Process document.

The Regatta Sub-Committee will meet on Tuesday August 6 to finalise the regatta calendar and order of events for the 2019/20 Rowing ACT season.

Click here for the agenda and information on what is being proposed. Any comments should go to your club representative in the first instance.

THE Rowing ACT 2019/20 draft regatta calendar is now available for comment. Should you have any concerns or comments regarding this calendar, please contact us at eo@rowingact.org.au.

Click here for the draft calendar.

Cameron is a friendly and energetic 20 year old who is an outdoors adventurer. He is a bushwalker, cyclist, rock climber and has a goal to become a competitive rower in local regattas. He is also keen to form friendships with fellow club members and join them on weekends away at rowing events.
We are looking for a rowing coach who will build Cameron’s rowing skills, develop valued roles for Cameron where he can give back to his club and foster relationships between Cameron and other club members.
The Role:
● 6 – 12 hours per week
● $28 to $50 per hour according to qualifications and experience
● Coach Cameron to develop his skills as a rower
● Support Cameron to identify and develop his rowing style and preferences
● Teach Cameron how rowing regattas and races are run as well as race etiquette
● Mentor Cameron to find a role at the Rowing Club that he is competent at, enjoys and which is valued by his fellow club members for his contribution
● Facilitate opportunities for relationships between Cameron and other club members to grow

Selection Criteria
● Current or past experience of rowing (coaching qualifications useful but not essential)
● Experience teaching, or working with young adults
● Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and nurture relationships
● Works in systematic and proactive ways
● Good listener, enjoys conversations and has a positive and direct communication style
● Resilient and physically fit
● Current documentation
○ Police check
○ Working with vulnerable people card
○ Current first aid certificate
○ Driver’s license
○ Or willingness to apply for these
To apply: Please complete the application form found here.

Further Information: Contact Karen Caldwell – biddleonia@gmail.com mob: 0406886330
Closing Date: Tuesday 23 April 2019