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Fencing Coaching Course Durham 16th+17th December

10 August 2017no comments Courses, Featured News, News, Uncategorized

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COURSE: British Fencing – Introduction To Coaching Fencing Course 

WEAPONS: Foil, Épéé or Sabre 

DATES: 16th & 17th December 2017

TIMES: 0900hrs to 1700hrs GMT Times

LOCATION: Graham Sports Centre | Durham University | Maiden Castle | Durham | DH1 3SE [click here for directions]

COST: £140        [LINK TO BOOKING PAGE]

ABOUT THIS COURSE 

 

The Introduction To Coaching Fencing course is based on a modular approach with a combination of theoretical and practical content. The course consists of:

  • 2 days on course delivery (16 hours) plus home study -­‐ Approx 20 hours in total.

AIM OF THIS COURE

The aim of this course is to provide delegates with the skill and knowledge to deliver group sessions/lessons developing the basic skills of fencing.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of this course, you should gain a better understanding of how to:

  • Run groups sessions, safely and with a defined purpose
  • Run sessions specific to the participant needs
  • Plan player centred coaching sessions for beginners
  • Deliver sessions using basic coach process skills
  • Correct errors in basic fencing techniques

ENTRY LEVEL RECOMMENDATION 

  • Attended a Core Coach Course
  • 18+ with experience of fencing (ideally beyond 12 months)
  • 16 & 17 year olds accepted on a club coach recommendation

PRE-REQUISITES FOR REGISTRATION AS A BRITISH FENCING COACH

Please note that British Fencing uses “minimum standards for active coaches” in its coaching framework. If you would like to become a British Fencing Registered Coach, you also are required to hold:

  • A valid membership to British Fencing
  • Current SCUK Safeguarding and Protecting Children certificate or equivalent
  • Current Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate
  • Disclosure and Barring Service check through British Fencing

For further information about becoming a coach click here.

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