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Level 1 Cycling Coach Course Scheduled for Johannesburg in February


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It may sound easy being a cycling coach, but this demanding position takes an immense amount of commitment.


Cycling South Africa’s Coaching Commission is extending their interactive and highly informative coaching courses to Gauteng, where they will be hosting a Level 1 Coaching Course from Friday 17th – Sunday 19th February 2012.


Candidates of a Level 1 Cycling Coach Course will discover a training program for the coach whom wishes to assist club and provincial level cyclists to develop their fitness and hone their racing skills. To be part of this course, candidates need to have been an active Cycle Skill and Club Level Coach for six months, or have gained entry through our (RPL) system.


This training program addresses basic level evaluation and planning, group organisation, management and communication, bike set up and maintenance, cycling skills and development, physical conditioning, sports psychology, sports nutrition, doping in sport, and special needs.


The February 2012 Level 1 Coaching Course will be held at the PentaMedical Building, (next to Cycle Lab), Design Quarter, Corner William Nicol Drive & Leslie Road East, Fourways. Candidates must be 18 years of age or older. The costs are R2, 500 per candidate.


Course Information:


09h00 – 17h00 [17.02.2012]

09h00 – 17h00 [18.02.2012]

09h00 – 16h00 [19.02.2012]


All accredited cycling coaches are recognised as having met the standards under the Cycling SA-NCAS (National Coach Accreditation Scheme), which are recognised by SASCOC.


For further info on CyclingSA’s Coaching Commission or coach education program, visit http://coaching.cyclingsa.com.


To download the “Feb 2012 Level 1 Coaching Course – Johannesburg” document, click this link: http://www.cyclingsa...ILE00000856.pdf


For direct enquiries, please contact CyclingSA’s National Director of Transformation & Development Roger Bouton at coaching@cyclingsa.com or call + 27 82 801 0044.


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