Improving the skills of our Coaches and educating our Officials are key principles at scottishathletics.
Indeed, chief executive Mark Munro highlighted both areas as absolutely fundamental for the future of the sport in the current edition of PB magazine (issued to all scottishathletics members in December).
To that end, we’re constantly setting up a schedule of courses for both coaches and for officials in order to broaden knowledge and increase the overall level of expertise in both these vital areas.
COACH EDUCATION COURSES – KILMARNOCK, GLASGOW, LIVINGSTON
It’s never too soon to start (or continue on) your learning journey in coaching and our qualification courses are essential to do that.
We’ve set up a number of opportunities over the first couple of months of 2017 and there are three coming up soon, in fact.
Jog Leader: Saturday 21 January at AAA, Kilmarnock: 17 places left
Athletics Coach: Saturday 21 January at Scotstoun: 12 places left
Jog Leader: Saturday 28 January at Craigswood, Livingston: 20 places left
Check these – and a number of other forthcoming courses – out on the Coaches Qualifications page on this site.
Aberdeen will be the venue in February and March to host several scottishathletics Officials courses – led by our team of tutors.
These will take place at Aberdeen Sports Village, with three courses on Saturday 25 February and two more on Saturday 18 March.
Saturday 25 February 9:30-2:00, Level 1 Field Judge
Saturday 25 February 9:30-2:00, Level 1 Timekeepers
Saturday 25 February 2:30-4:00, Health & Safety
Saturday 18 March 9:30-2:00, Level 1 Photo Finish
Saturday 18 March 2:30-4:00, Health & Safety
Courses are £30 and no previous experience is required. To book your place on any of the above courses, please contact Shona Malcolm, Caledonia House, South Gyle, Edinburgh, EH12 9DQ.
Contact details for Shona: Phone 07731 832567 Email email@example.com
Places are free for Aberdeen AAC members (or family members) and they can contact Brian Pahlmann, Club Manager, at ClubManager@AberdeenAAC.co.uk