1. 1 Introduction The Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Cycling (L1CCC) is the entry-level award into the....

    Introduction

    The Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Cycling (L1CCC) is the entry-level award into the British Cycling Coach Education Programme, aimed at people new to coaching and cycling. This qualification provides you with an introduction to the principles of safe, ethical and effective management and coaching of cycling sessions. 

    It is the only mountain bike coaching award available to 16 or 17 year olds. 

    If you are over 18 and a confident cyclist who has experience of racing mountain bikes you may wish to enter the coaching pathway on a Scottish Cycling UKCC Level 2 Coaching Cycling award.

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  2. 2 Open to? - Anyone who wishes to become a cycling coach aged 16 or over - Need to be able to ride a bike but you do not require any technical cycling skills.

    Open to?

    - Anyone who wishes to become a cycling coach aged 16 or over

    - Need to be able to ride a bike but you do not require any technical cycling skills.

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  3. 3 After I have qualified what can I deliver? The certificate qualifies you to independently prepare for, deliver and....

    After I have qualified what can I deliver?

    - The certificate qualifies you to independently prepare for, deliver and review pre-prepared coaching sessions to groups of upto 20 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.
    - Go-Ride Gears 1&2 provide simple activities that promote basic bike handling skills, stopping & pace judgement, riding together and understanding fitness & tactics for children and adults.
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  4. 4 Where can I deliver? Non technical traffic free environments. Examples include playing fields, school grounds and local parks

    Where can I deliver?

    - Non technical traffic free environments
    - Examples include playing fields, school grounds and local parks

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  5. 5 Do I have to do any paperwork? Short assessment pack required

    Do I have to do any paperwork?

    Short assessment pack required

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  6. 6 Length of Course? The course is 2 days long. There needs to be a gap of at least 4 weeks between the days as a consolidation period.

    Length of Course?

    - The course is 2 days long.

    - There needs to be a gap of at least 4 weeks between the days as a consolidation period.

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  7. 7 How much does it cost? Course cost is around £195-. Funding may be available through your local authority or Scottish Cycling

    How much does it cost?

    Course cost is £195-
    - Funding may be available through your local authority or Scottish Cycling

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  8. 8 Number of courses per year in Scotland? There is no courses planned per year but awards can be scheduled regionally but will also be subject to meeting minimum attendance numbers.

    Number of courses per year in Scotland?

    There is no courses planned per year but awards can be scheduled regionally but will also be subject to meeting minimum attendance numbers.

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  9. 9 Other Requirements To qualify as a coach you need to have....

    Other Requirements

    To qualify as a coach you need to have valid first aid certificate
    - Courses must be a minimum of 4 hours.
    - View a list of accredited providers. View the courses

    You will also need to join Scottish Cycling/British Cycling. 

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  10. 10 SOLD. This is the course for me. How do I sign up? Contact Scottish Cycling and enquire if there are....

    SOLD. This is the course for me. How do I sign up?

    Contact Scottish Cycling and enquire if there are any courses being planned.
    - They will also inform you of any other interest within your local area.
    - You may also want to contact your local authorities Active Schools Manager or local cycle club who may be able to help you organise a course.

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