Category Archives: Kayaking

CHMAS – Round Up of 2015

Wow, just where did 2015 go! Chris Hughes Multi Activity Services (CHMAS) has had an exceptional year providing lots of fun and adventures through our freelance work with other organisations, multi activity holidays, DofE Programmes and instructor training courses. The … Continue reading

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CHMAS – Foundation Safety & Rescue Training (FSRT) Course

Here at CHMAS, instructor training is becoming a large part of our work and its a great privilege to be involved in their development. The Foundation Safety & Recue Training (FSRT) course is a pre requirement to becoming a Level … Continue reading

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CHMAS – 3 Star Canoe / Kayak Touring Assessment

Following a very successful canoe / kayak touring training day last week (to see post click here), I was back on the River Severn for the assessment phase. Our assessment journey began at Montford Bridge and would continue along to … Continue reading

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CHMAS – 3 Star Canoe / Kayak Touring Training

Last week, CHMAS was running a three star canoe / kayak touring training course for a group of instructors from Condover Hall. Our venue for the day was the River Severn in Shrewsbury and we had a lovely morning in … Continue reading

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NCS Activity Residential – Week 4

Its that time of Year again where I’m working for my friends at Class Adventure on their National Citizenship Service (NCS) provision. The NCS programme is open to all 16 to 17 year olds and has been designed to provide … Continue reading

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NCS Activity Residential – Week 3

It’s that time of year again where I’m working for my friends at Class Adventure on their National Citizenship Service (NCS) provision. The NCS programme is open to all 16 to 17 year olds and has been designed to provide … Continue reading

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NCS Activity Residential – Week 2

Its that time of Year again where I’m working for my friends at Class Adventure on their National Citizenship Service (NCS) provision. The NCS programme is open to all 16 to 17 year olds and has been designed to provide … Continue reading

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NCS Residential – Week 1

Its that time of Year again where I’m working for my friends at Class Adventure on their National Citizenship Service (NCS) provision. The NCS programme is open to all 16 to 17 year olds and has been designed to provide … Continue reading

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CHMAS – Foundation Safety & Rescue Training Course

On Thursday, I was running a Foundation Safety & Rescue Training (FSRT) Course on the River Severn with a fellow outdoor Instructor Andy Turton. The candidates had a very good but wet day on the water running through the FSRT … Continue reading

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Round Up of 2014

Wow, just where has 2014 gone! Chris Hughes Multi Activity Services (CHMAS) has had an action packed year providing lots of fun and adventures whether it be working a Year 3 Group on woodland walk or hosting high level leadership … Continue reading

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