British Cycling Level 2 Award in Coaching Cycling

£395.00

What does the course include?

***Please note that you can only attend this course if you hold the Level 1 in Cycle Coaching  OR can satisfy the following criteria Level 1 RPEL Accreditation ***

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:

  • 4 online tutorials approximately 1.5 hrs per session spaced over 8 weeks, prior to first practical day
  • 16 hours of face-to-face with practical activities to experience delivering and participating in coaching sessions (split over 2 days)
  • Self-led coaching experience with support from your coach mentor
  • Online resources and theory assessment

Booking for this course closes 6 weeks before the start date due to the pre-learning requirements 

Description

Course overview

The 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:

4 online tutorials approximately 1.5 hrs per session spaced over 8 weeks, prior to first practical day

16 hours of face-to-face with practical activities to experience delivering and participating in coaching sessions (split over 2 days)

Self-led coaching experience with support from your coach mentor

Online resources and theory assessment

How much does it cost?

£395

How long will the course take to complete?

16 weeks

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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