Level 2 Road Coaching Award

Level 2 Road Coaching Award

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The Level 2 Road Coaching Award is aimed at coaches in the road environment who would like to develop their knowledge and skills.

The knowledge gained from this award will allow you to plan, deliver and evaluate a series of safe and engaging road sessions. The award will also give you all the knowledge and information you need to progress riders from their first session on a road to competition.

What do you need before you can sign up?

  • A Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Cycling, Club Coach Award or Activity Coach Award.
  • A valid Emergency First Aid Certificate (minimum six hours) or equivalent.
  • Commitment to complete the course within two weeks.
  • Access to a computer and the internet (see system requirements below regarding accessibility).

Course details

The course is a combination of online learning and two face-to-face training days over two weeks. The course starts with online learning, which is designed to develop your knowledge of road cycling and coaching, and support your participation on the training days. The development and assessment days will be informal and interactive. In the practical sessions on both days you will be expected to both coach and ride.

On the face-to-face days you will have an opportunity to evaluate, reflect and gain feedback from experienced British Cycling coach developers.

Assessment

You will complete the following tasks and are expected to complete the course within the two week programme:

  • Online theory task.
  • Planning, delivery and evaluation of a road coaching session.

Programme Outline

Learning modules include:

  • Road events and demands
  • Practical session planning and development
  • Environment and remit
  • Coach-led racing theory

Do I need to bring anything to the course?

Coaches are required to bring their own road bike, helmet, gloves and appropriate clothing for taking part in the practical coaching session (as both a coach and a rider). Bikes used in the session should be in good working order.

How much does the award cost?

The course cost is £250.

NB. Full payment is required on point of application.

System requirements

  • Laptop or PC with Windows XP or higher, Mac with OS X, or a large tablet.
  • A broadband internet connection is required to complete this programme.
  • An up-to-date internet browser. Our recommended browsers are Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari. Internet Explorer is not supported for use of British Cycling Learning, so you may experience some problems if you choose to use this browser.
  • All browsers should have cookies and pop-ups enabled for www.britishcyclinglearning.org.uk.

Please note: The deadline for applications is two weeks before the online module starts.

Online Available     Dates   Location   Reference   Availability
22nd Mar 19     6th & 7th April 2019   Gravesend   1897   Book Online
28th Mar 19     13th & 14th April 2019   Sheffield   1996   Book Online
29th Mar 19     13th & 14th April 2019   Fife   1976   Book Online
25th Apr 19     11th & 12th May 2019   Worcester   1991   Book Online
2nd May 19     18th & 19th May 2019   Middlesbrough   3301   Book Online
24th May 19     8th & 9th June 2019   Carlisle   1950   Book Online
12th July 19     27th & 28th July 2019   Gravesend   1898   Book Online

Contact us

Please contact HQ on Education@britishcycling.org.uk or 0161 274 2060 if you have any queries or alternatively get in touch with your regional Club & Coaching Officer to register your interest if there are no courses currently available in your area

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