Beginners’ course F19-3
Course F19-2 is underway with a healthy number of over 20 attendees. They will receive coaching until early September. The next course (F19-3) will start later in Sept (probably on Saturday 21st) after my return from the World Rowing Masters Championships in Budapest. For those who can’t attend on 21st Sept, further start dates will be offered over the subsequent weekend days. This will be the final course of the year.
Taster Days (see below) are usually only associated with the start dates of new courses, so there will be opportunities for people to attend these one-off days at these times. I shall post final dates here and Tweet them (@OxfordRowCoach).
Please be sure to advise me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you wish to be kept informed about new course dates. All those already on my email list will be contacted with updates. Announcements will also be made from my Twitter account (@OxfordRowCoach).
Any start date announced can constitute a Taster Day. They can be attended as a stand-alone experience of the sport of rowing or as the initial sessions of a full course. Anyone unable to attend on the dates announced may be able to join soon afterwards, provided they can attend a catch-up session with me beforehand. (N.B. This isn’t always easy to organise with my other commitments.)
People attending Taster Days can continue onto full courses with their Taster Day fee credited against the course costs.
Recent experience has shown that it may be better to be less committed to getting attendees onto the water in the first day as this can unnecessarily rush the necessary steps to be taken before handling a boat.
Apart from the first days of a course, further Taster Days are only offered when they can fit in with the smooth, ongoing development of those already rowing.
Click here for details of how to reserve your place.
During a course, my own rowing commitments must take priority, as they involve others who may depend on my availability. You will be kept informed in good time about any variations to the course schedule.
See this overview for a reminder of how the course will work. This overview also indicates how you should deal with any absences due to your own holidays and other pre-existing or ad hoc commitments.
Courses are run subject to viable numbers (minimally 12 and preferably 15+ persons). Each session may be tailored to the number and competences of those available. All dates are provisional and outings on the river may be compromised by outside factors including weather and flooding.