Yes!  There are Exams, with COVID-19 protocol in place.  We have one Level 2 exam going that you can sign up for now, and we are planning more L2s and L3s this fall as well.  

Please let us know (info@skgabc.com) if you want to be alerted when additional exams are scheduled this fall.  We will try to plan them around whoever is interested.
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Had a fun winter of paddling or just really outdid yourself last season and ready for the next challenge? Why not take the opportunity to upgrade your certification! Take a SKGABC Level Two or Three Guide Exam.

Contact info@skgabc.com to put your name on a waiting list!

Any guides considering taking the Level Two or Level Three Guide exam prior to completing all the other requirements listed or who have taken non- approved courses should check with the SKGABC prior to taking the exam.

Additional exam dates will be available in the Spring of 2021. These dates will be posted after the Fall Exams take place.

There are currently no Exams available.

Registration Information

  • Candidates must be current members of the SKGABC, and meet all the prerequisites for their exam level.
  • Full payment is due 30 days prior to the start of the exam. We may cancel exams if we do not get enough registrations at least two weeks prior to the start of the exam.
  • A $100 deposit is required to confirm a seat on an exam.  No registrations will be taken without deposits.
  • Deposits and payments may be paid via Paypal or Interac e-transfer to skgabc@gmail.com.
  • Your place will be confirmed by email after deposit is received.
  • To register for an exam please visit the Exam Registration page.

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellations 30 days prior to the exam start date are entitled to a full refund.
  • Cancellations 15-30 days prior to start date will lose the $100 deposit.
  • Cancellations less than 15 days prior to start date will be charged for the full cost of the exam.

At the discretion of the Executive Director, candidates experiencing serious illness or injury that prevents them from participating in the exam may transfer their fees, less the $100 deposit, to an exam within 12 months with a physician's note.

If the SKGABC cancels an exam due to extreme weather, Examiner illness, or another reason outside of a candidate's control, the candidate will have the option of a full refund or to transfer their fees to a future exam.