Commissaire Training Course
Posted on: 16th February 2012
We are delighted to confirm that the first Commissaire Training course of 2012 has been arranged.
It will be held at
Culloden Academy Community Complex
9.45 am for 10.00 start
On Saturday, 10th March 2012
The course will include modules on Child Protection (Good practice), Communication, Administration, Technical and Competition
Open to qualified commissaries as a refresher to their existing qualification.
If you would like to attend can you please email the attached application form to email@example.com asap.
There will be more opportunities for training courses throughout the year therefore if you are interested in volunteering as a Commissaire or in another role please contact our National Events Officer, Janette.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The course is free of charge to members of Scottish Cycling.
How To Get Involved
There are many ways to get involved in volunteering within cycling. The three main areas of volunteering are coaching, officiating and club management. Have a look at the information below and click on the links for further information or register your interest in getting involved by emailing email@example.com.
What is volunteering?
Volunteering is about choosing to help other people by giving up your time or expertise. There are many different types of volunteering activities and the different opportunities can involve people giving up several hours a week, or helping at one event when it is convenient for the volunteer.
Every person's motivation to volunteer is different and there are a lot of reasons to make a contribution to your community's cycling activities. People often volunteer because they will:
- make a difference
- gain a lot of satisfaction from helping others
- meet people and socialise
- develop existing and new skills
- give something back to the sport
Coaching is at the heart of cycling performance at every level from teaching basic bike handling skills in a school or club through to training athletes for the Olympic Games or Tour de France. The coaching courses available from British Cycling will allow you to achieve your coaching goals; coaching at the level and in the discipline you want.
Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Cycling (L1CCC) for those 16 years and over is the entry-level award into the British Cycling Coach Education Programme, aimed at people new to coaching and cycling.
The Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Cycling (L2CCC) is aimed at people new to coaching and/or cycling. The knowledge gained from this qualification will allow you to develop an understanding of safe, ethical and effective cycling coaching.
For more information about British Cycling's coaching awards, including the discipline-specific Level 2 and Level 3 awards please see the Coaching section of the website.
There are thousands of cycling events every year and they all rely on officials to ensure that they are safe, fair and most importantly fun! Whether you want to become a commissaire and officiate at regional or national events or help out at your local grass roots Go-Ride Racing event we can help you find what you are looking for. For information on training courses click here or for information about local opportunities contact your National Events Officer.
For those of you intrigued by the workings of a cycling club, its activities and all of its different volunteers then club management may be the option for you. For information about your local Go-Ride and affiliated clubs, volunteer training courses and role descriptions please visit the Clubs section of the Volunteers webpages.