Cycling Australia (‘CA’) and Cycling Victoria are both excited to offer the theoretical component of the Community Club Coach (‘CCC’) course online to all CA members (members from other States and Territories are welcome to register) on 19 September.
Course registration fee $240 covers both the webinar meeting theory session, skills manuals and practical assessment.
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The CCC Course is discipline and event-specific to Road and Track Cycling. It is designed and targeted at beginner coaches who will assist beginner club riders to develop their road and track riding skills within a Club environment. The course addresses discipline-specific planning and evaluation, bike set-up, road and track cycling skill development and practical coaching. The full course is two days in duration – day one is the introduction to instruction of beginner cyclists and also includes the skills theory specific to road and track cycling.
The webinar session for the CCC will complete the theoretical components (Day 1) of the course and set you up for your practical assessment (Day 2) which will be organised with your Member State or Territory post completion of the online theory with a pass in the short theory assignment.
The CCC qualification is accredited by Cycling Australia and is a nationally recognised coaching course under the Cycling Australia Coaching and Officiating Accreditation Scheme (CACOAS 2017).
CCC Course Objectives
At the successful completion of the training course, the CCC will be able to:
Establish and maintain safe traffic-free, low-traffic and road or track skills instructing environments for riders and others by applying appropriate risk management.
Identify and utilise the appropriate components of cycling clothing and equipment that are required for safe and effective participation in traffic-free, low-traffic and road or track skills sessions.
Identify the correct skills used to develop beginner to intermediate level cycling skills in traffic-free, low-traffic and road or track racing environments.
Analyse and develop a rider's performance to improve their cycling experience
Plan, deliver and evaluate safe and effective skills sessions that meet the demands of safe traffic-free, low-traffic and road or track cycling.
Be an advocate for safe cycling in a community and club environment
Identify appropriate opportunities for cycling participation and racing within the community.
For further details of the Community Club Coach course, review the course details overview
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