Coaching & Education
Date: Saturday 17th April 2021
Time: 8.15am arrival for an 8.30am start. Finish approximately 5 pm.
Venue: Zig Zag Cultural Centre, Kalamunda, Perth WA
Cost: $240 per person.
You must be a financial member of the organisation to register. Free trial or day licences are not accepted.
** To more information or to register ** Contact Cearna (CC) Mckenzie, available Monday to Friday on 07 5628 0116. You must be a WA registered teacher to attend this course.
The AusCycling Foundation Instructor - MTB (previously MTBA Level 0 MTB Skills Instructor) is the entry point to the AusCycling Coaching & Instructor pathway and is aimed at parents, clubs and teachers who want to learn the basics of group management, risk assessment and skills teaching techniques. Participants successfully completing the course will be equipped to lead beginner group rides and assist Level 1 coaches in delivering basic skills instruction sessions. The accreditation involves approximately 3 hours of pre course work followed by a 1 day face to face course. There are not post course requirements and successful participants will gain their accreditation at the end of the course.
All assessment is done on the day with no post course requirements. Successful participants will have their assessment finalised at the end of the day.
For a more detailed course description see here.
Please note: These are pre-course readings and a worksheet that MUST be completed prior to the course. The completed worksheets need to be brought to the course for assessment on the day. Readings and worksheet are available for download here.
** Important ** If you are signing up with a financial AusCycling membership, please contact Cearna (CC) Mckenzie, available Monday to Friday on 07 5628 0116 before continuing with the registration process due to system changes. **If you are signing up with a financial MTBA membership you can proceed as normal.
Copies of the following documents will be required in order to finalise an instructor accreditation and for you to meet AusCycling's insurance requirements.
You may register, attend the course and submit these after the course. Your accreditation will not be finalised until all the necessary documents are received. Electronic copies can be sent to email@example.com
AusCycling is committed to delivering well-prepared courses in a safe, responsible and low risk manner. As such we will be asking participants to follow COVID-19 Safe Practices, such as: