Last updated: 29 January 2015
Welsh Cycling's Coach Education Programme is now more extensive than ever before. Candidates can feel confident that they will be learning in the best available facilities and from qualified British Cycling tutors.
On application, you will be required to provide evidence of a minimum 'Appointed Persons' first aid certificate, the cost for which may need to be included in any funding application. Costs for each course are listed below. You will also need to become a British Cycling member.
Level 1 Award in Coaching Cycling (L1ACC)
|8 & 15 March 2015||Level 1 Award in Coaching Cycling||Caerleon, Newport NP18 3QT|
To confirm your place, download the application form and return with payment to Alistair Waldron by Monday 2 February 2015.
Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Cycling (L2CCC)
Please contact Welsh Cycling if you are interested in attending this course.
Level 2 Discipline-specific Awards
These courses are run approximately once a year.To confirm your place, download the application form and return with payment to Alistair Waldron 14 days before the first day of each course.
Commissaire Training Courses
Cycling always needs new officials! We rely on a workforce of officials who ensure all events in the 6 British Cycling disciplines are conducted in a fair manner. With thousands of cycling events every year there is something for everyone. The events range from local grass roots events such as Go-Ride Racing right up to Commissairing at the Olympics!
If interested then contact the Workforce Officer on 01633 274691 or email Alistair.Waldron@welshcycling.co.uk
UK Mountain Bike Leadership Scheme
Welsh Cycling along with British and Scottish Cycling are moving towards strengthening mountain bike leadership in the UK, the delivery of the Mountain Bike Leadership Awards will gradually switch over to the new UK Mountain Bike Leadership Scheme between now and December 2015. Please click here for further update on the transition to the UK-wide programme.
UK MBLS Level 2 Training Course- Betws Y Coed
10-11 January 2015
21-22 February 2015
30-31 May 2015
27-28 June 2015
18-19 July 2015
12-13 September 2015
13 June 2015
8 August 2015
10 October 2015
Contact the tutor Al Seaton for availability and bookings on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07969 684122
UK MBLS Level 2 Training Course - Pedalabikeaway, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, GL16 7EH
21-22 February 2015
30-31 March 2015
9-10 May 2015
4-5 July 2015
10-11 August 2015
5-6 September 2015
7-8 November 2015
28 February 2015
1 April 2015
27 May 2015
11 July 2015
12 August 2015
12 September 2015
14 November 2015
Contact the tutor David Windebank for availability and bookings on email@example.com or 07887998795
Breeze Champion Training
This is a one day ride leadership training for women who wish to offer led rides to groups of women. Currently being offered for women who will deliver led rides within Cardiff, Swansea, Newport and Monmouthshire and is free of charge. If interested complete an expression of interest form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cycling For Schools
Cycling for schools is our entry level coach education course for the wider schools workforce providing all you need to know to deliver entry-level cycling and coachching skills to the pupils in your playground.
In addition to teachers, Cycling for Schools is open to all adults (aged 18 and over), who work or volunteer within the schools sector.
Qualified teachers can attend a one-day interactive workshop, which provides them with the essential information and skills to deliver engaging cycling activities within the school environment.
Adults without a teaching qualification can complete coaching theory home study to gain essential underpinning knowledge before attending the same one-day interactive workshop as teachers.
For further information on this award please contact your regional development officer
First Aid Courses
Details of courses running throughout Wales- First_Aid_Courses.pdf
For more information on all available courses in Wales, please contact Alistair Waldron, Workforce Officer on 01633 283 979 or email email@example.com