Equipment List required for a Level 2 Kayak Instructor Assessment
A correctly equipped kayak must include: Personal canoeing equipment must include: Equipment must also include:
Rigid end loops and/or toggles Paddle  Towing System
Deck lines Wetsuit or sufficient thermal clothing Bivvy Bag or equivalent
 Suitable buoyancy Spray Deck First Aid Kit
 kayak must be of sufficient volume to carry all necessary safety equipment and perform any rescue as required by the Level 2 Kayak Instructor qualification.t Cagoule Whistle
Suitable foot rest Buoyancy Aid  Knife
Helmet Watch
Adequate footwear  Split Paddles
Waterproof Bag or other method of keeping equipment dry Spare Clothes
• Mobile phone or VHF
Recommended Contents of First Aid Kit:
Rubber gloves Roller bandages (assorted 3´sizes) Assorted plasters
Paramedical shears 3´Wound dressings (assorted sizes) Safety pins
Vent aid or resuscitation barrier device Triangular 3´bandages Tweezers
Notebook and pencil Roll of first aid tape Foil blanket or emergency blanket
Waterproof container (to keep supplies dry)  Sam splint
Penlight or snap light
Below is the definition of the flat water operating areas for a Level 2 Kayak Instructor:
Very Sheltered Inland Water Rivers Sections of slow moving rivers that do not include rapids or weirs.
Canals Canals with bank side access and egress and which have a minimum of commercial traffic.
Lakes Shorelines of small lakes which do not have difficult landing areas and which are not large enough for problems to occur if there is a sudden change in conditions.
Sheltered Tidal Areas  Enclosed harbours with a minimum of commercial traffic, enclosed on three sides. Where there is minimal possibility of being blown off shore.
 Enclosed harbours with a minimum of commercial traffic, enclosed on three sides. Where there is minimal possibility of being blown off shore.
 Enclosed harbours with a minimum of commercial traffic, enclosed on three sides. Where there is minimal possibility of being blown off shore.