Coach education opportunities

Friday 24th November 2017

Coaching youngsters

Coach education is vital at scottishathletics for the further growth and development of the sport in Scotland.

That’s why we are always keen to highlight to clubs and coaches the forthcoming opportunities which will give those who sign-up the ideal chance to learn and improve as they broaden their experience.

Coaching clinics are currently arranged for Saturday 2 December and there are still spaces available on these courses at Grangemouth, Aberdeen and Pitreavie.

We also have vacancies at the moment for tutors – see the information towards the foot of this article.

Coaching Clinics (click on the highlighted number link for more information):

*Hurdles 17ESH001 – Saturday 2 December 2017. Grangemouth Stadium. (10am to 1pm)

*High Jump 17NHJ001 – Saturday 2 December 2017. Aberdeen Sports Village. (10am to 1pm)

*Pole Vault 17EPV01 – Saturday 2 December 2017. Pitreavie Athletics Centre. (9.30am to 12.30pm)

*Shot put 17NSP001 – Saturday 2 December 2017. Aberdeen Sports Village.  (10am to 1pm)

Hurdles coaching 2014

In addition to the above, there are coach education opportunities coming up in other areas of the sport and taking place at Lasswade, Grangemouth and Aberdeen.

Coach Education

*Jog Leader

Sunday 3 December, Bonnyrigg  (9am-5pm)

More information and sign-ups

*Athlete Development & Physical Prep IV

Saturday 2 December and Sunday 3 December, Grangemouth Sports Stadium (9.30am-4pm)

More information and sign-ups

*Jog Leader

Sunday 10 December, Aberdeen Sports Village (9am – 5pm)

More information and sign-ups

Tutors Wanted! Could you help scottishathletics to deliver coach education in Scotland?

Help us build a bright future for our sport – join our pool of tutors for coach education courses. Training and support will be provided.

Details are all here, applications close on Friday 1 December

Find out more and how to apply


Tags: Coach Education, coaching, high jump, hurdles, Pole vault, Shot put

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