L2 Blended Notts E
- This course will enable you to plan and deliver coaching activities, taking sole charge or directing the activities of other coaches.
- It’s open to anyone aged 18 or over with experience in any angling discipline (Coarse, Game or Sea). You must be 18 by the first day of your course.
- Applicants for a Level 2 course must hold a 1st4sport Level 1 qualification in Coaching Angling or have had confirmation from the Coaching Centre Manager of exemption from Level 1.
- Angling Trust membership is NOT a requirement.
Schedule (blended online & face-to-face delivery)
Zoom session 1: Monday 13th June, 7-9 pm
Zoom session 2: Tuesday 14th June, 7-9 pm
Zoom session 3: Wednesday 15th June, 7-9 pm
Attended Practice Day: Sunday 19th June, 0900-1700: Selston Parish Hall NG16 6EE
Attended assessment day: Sunday 24th July, 0900-1700: venue TBC, in NG16 area
Components of the course
►The course starts with online group sessions using Zoom, to cover the “classroom” elements.
►There are also two face-to-face sessions with the tutor: a Practice Day, and the Assessment Day to which you bring your coursework and the results of your linked sessions. Those will take place with appropriate measures for distancing and hygiene within whatever regulations are in place at that time.
You will be required to plan and deliver four linked and progressive coaching sessions, with their associated risk assessments and self-evaluations. You arrange those sessions yourself at a venue selected by you (for example your angling club).
Requirements for qualification at Level 2
► You must take part in the required online and assessment sessions, and must complete the activities, linked coaching sessions and coursework.
► In addition before you can be certified at Level 2 you must supply evidence of the following:
- a suitable current First Aid certificate
- a UK Coaching workshop for Safeguarding & Protecting Children, issued in the last 18 months.
First Aid and UKC Safeguarding are not part of the Level 2 course itself, but we provide information to help you source training which will meet the qualification criteria.
General information about content, requirements and availability
Coaching Centre staff can’t advise beforehand what further courses will become available, or how soon.
If you can’t see a suitable event displayed or if there are no spaces remaining, please email [email protected] with your name, location and the Event Number or the venue name and approximate date of your Level 1 coaching course and ask to be added to the enquiry list. We’ll include you in alert messages when new events are about to open for booking.
How to enter
Booking closes 4:30 pm on Friday 20th Ma, or when all places are taken.
Details for your attended sessions will be finalised later with your tutor: times may be adjusted but won’t be longer than a 9-5 day.
The venue for the attended sessions is to be confirmed but will be in Nottinghamshire NG16. Please note that the first three dates relate to online participation.
Click the “Get ticket” button to start the booking process, supply the required personal information and make payment by credit or debit card.
►If you have been awarded an AIF 50% bursary, please email [email protected] for details of how to book your place via this facility. You will need to pay your half of the fee by credit/debit card as part of the booking process.
If you are to be partly or wholly funded by a third party (for example an angling club or employer) so that you can’t book using this online facility, please email [email protected] as soon as possible.
By continuing with your booking you are deemed to have read and accepted the Coaching Centre Terms & Conditions 2020.
Please note that the sending of your confirmation and receipt is not automated, so if you book over a weekend or holiday period when the Coaching Centre and Accounts departments are not staffed it will take a little longer before you receive those documents.
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