For more policies and guidelines we follow, visit https://canoekayak.ca/policies/

2021 PARENT HANDBOOK

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Staff and volunteer leaders in training are required to provide a criminal
record checks, and references. Staff and volunteers are given training on
policy, code of ethics and conduct, and  are required to sign a letter of
consent. Volunteer and staff member always work in a team setting. The child
clients will be supervised by a minimal of two staff members at all times.
Complaint and accident forms will be provided and individuals are encouraged
to bring any complaints or concerns to the Board. Concussion are prevented
by not engaging in contact versions of the sport and managed by employing
standard first aid, contacting the parent, activating EMS services, and
seeking immediate medical attention.


For training, it's one hour a day for one week of training session. Depending on the season, we offer drylands training session in the off-season, or additional on water training sessions. For each regatta, it is a full day, or sometimes, a weekend. SLCC arranges schedules for all races for each participant to be organized for each regatta. It is up to the parent and child's discretion how much they would like to race and/or be involved. 

FOR MORE INFO OR OTHER QUESTIONS, CHECK OUT OUR 2021 PARENT HANDBOOK!

DO YOU OFFER BEFORE AND AFTER CARE?

WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITMENT FOR TRAINING AND RACING?

We have a variety ​of boats at the club. We have our sprint competitive boats, as well as our recreational boats. We have all different levels of sprint boats so our canoe kids programs can try different boats during the day for competition. We also have paddle boards for staff use and safety boats. For our day camps, we have canoes and safety motorboats.

There are four or five regattas that SLCC participates​ in each summer. You have to ensure that your child is there one hour prior to their race time to get prepared. SLCC arranges transportation of boats, but it is the parents responsibility to arrange transportation for their child. For more detailed info upon regattas and a good resource is our parent handbook.

SAFETY POLICIES


WHAT TYPES OF CANOES AND KAYAKS DO YOU HAVE?

WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?

In terms of  Risk Management, SLCC functions in accordance with these
policiies:

http://canoekayak.ca/policies/
and
OCSRA Code of Safety
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=b2NzcmEuY2F8b2NzcmF8Z3g6NWY3MWM4M2E2NDFmZTc4Zg

CONCUSSION GUIDELINES

Our new guide to SLCC is now available for all new coming or existing SLCC parents. It is a great resource for any questions or concerns on anything within the club. Check it out below!

345-876-9123

SLCC STAFF TRAINING

Yes, we offer before and after care programs. Our Before-Care program is from 7:30-8:30am, and you may drop your child off between these times for $15 a week. Our After-Care program is available between 4:00 and 5:00pm, and you may pick your child up between these times for $15 a week.

Sydenham Lake Canoe Club is located on Sydenham Lake Canoe Club behind the Sydenham Foodland about 20 minutes north of Kingston, Ontario. The entrance of the club is on the Cataraqui Trail, about two minutes down the path.

WHAT DO I NEED TO DO FOR A REGATTA?

RISK MANAGEMENT

Sydenham Lake Canoe Club & Summer Camp follows Canoe Kayak Ontario's Concussion Prevention and Management
Policy:
http://canoeontario.org/?p=516
In the case of a suspected  concussion, SLCC follows the procedures outlined
in this guide:

GUIDELINES for Diagnosing and Managing Pediatric Concussion
http://onf.org/system/attachments/268/original/GUIDELINES_for_Diagnosing_and
_Managing_Pediatric_Concussion_Recommendations_for_schools__v1.1.pdf