EOI’s Now Open for AC Advisory Group

EOI’s Now Open for AC Advisory Group

Australian Canoeing’s Education & Safety Advisory Group

Posted on 03.07.2017

Expression of Interest for the Australian Canoeing’s (AC) Education & Safety Advisory Group are now open and will close on the 14th July 2017.

The Education & Safety Advisory Group will replace the current Education & Safety Technical Committee, as AC makes changes to the operation of this group to reflect organisation and industry changes. The Terms of Delegation for the Education & Safety Advisory Group can be viewed HERE.

Australian Canoeing are seeking a diverse group of four to six people that are currently active in the paddling industry and can offer an insight into the paddling industry of today.
If you have passion, knowledge and the drive to help advise Australian Canoeing on the Australian Canoeing Award Scheme and general paddling safety then this could be for you.

All individuals wishing to nominate for the Education & Safety Advisory Group need to complete this EOI form.

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