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British Cycling to run its first ever women-only coaching course

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Published: 28 October 2013
Report: British Cycling


British Cycling’s ambition to get one million more women cycling by 2020 is ‘on track’ and the Go-Ride team is delighted to announce an additional opportunity to inspire and help more women and girls take to their bikes.

On 15 and 16 February 2014, women aged 16 and over are invited to participate in the first ever Level 1 coaching course for females-only. Taking place at the multi-million pound cycling facility in the South East, Cyclopark, the course will enable female cyclists to achieve the Level 1 Award in Coaching Cycling.

The Level 1 course is an entry-level award for people who are new to coaching and cycling, or those who are currently volunteering in their local cycling club and would like to get more involved. The certificate enables coaches to independently prepare, deliver and review coaching sessions to groups of adults or children.

The course covers all of the basics of cycle coaching and qualifies coaches to deliver British Cycling Go-Ride Gears 1 and 2 activities in a variety of traffic-free environments, including playing fields, tennis courts and car parks, or even large indoor gymnasiums.

To find out more about the course at Cyclopark, please phone the Go-Ride team on 0161 274 2070. To book a place, please complete a booking form (available here: PDF file / Word file) and return it to coaching@britishcycling.org.uk.