British Cycling Level 2 Award in Coaching Cycling is aimed at Level 1 qualified coaches who have had experience of delivering coaching sessions to groups of people.
The course covers topics such as where to and what to coach, rider performance, creating a safe coaching environment, developing coaching sessions and evaluating your coaching practice.
This qualification will enable you to independently create, deliver and evaluate a series of coached cycling sessions.
What does the course include?
This course is made up of online, virtual classroom and face-to-face learning, supported by mentoring from your course tutor throughout. The course involves:
- 24 hours of face-to-face or virtual classroom learning with practical activities to experience delivering and participating in coaching sessions
- Self-led coaching experience with support from your coach mentor
- Online learning with theory assessment
- Assessment will typically take place across two days, however, there are options to enable video and field–based assessments where travel restrictions are in place.
How much does it cost?
Funding maybe available support with course costs.
How long will the course take to complete?
What do I need to be able to register?
- Hold the Level 1 Award in Coaching Cycling or Level 1 RPEL Accreditation
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Have access to riders to enable you to deliver six hours of coaching
- Have access to a computer and the internet
- Coaching insurance
- Valid and current emergency first aid certificate (minimum 6 hours), or equivalent
- Completion of safeguarding and protecting children training within the last three years
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