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Orienteering Skills Development | Become a CLub Coach | Safety |Participants’ Medical Forms | Coach Clothing


Skills Development

Information about the club’s coaching activities and skills guides are on the Orienteering Skills page.


Become a club coach

Qualification Levels
Any orienteer 14 years and can become a coach. The club is keen for to take coaching qualifications and assist or lead sessions.
Normally financial support needs to be sought from external agencies but the club may also give support for training.

For those wishing to do a one day taster course or just assist the Club coaches then Teaching Orienteering Part 1 could be attended.
However most of the day needs to be repeated for the UKCC Level 1 qualification.

British Orienteering has a four level Coaching qualification with UKCC Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Orienteering being the first stage.
The training course takes three days, two days instruction and one day assessment.

For more information about coaching see the British Orienteering Coaching Award Scheme page


Useful Documents

Session Plan – A blank form to help in planning a coaching session can be downloaded from the links below in either pdf, doc or docx format:


Safety

See Guides and Forms for Risk assessment form and Accident procedure guide


Participants’ Medical Forms
  rtf icon MS Word icon Adult Medical Form
pdf logo rtf icon MS Word icon Parental Consent and Medical Information Form

Coach Clothing

LEI Club coaches are entitled to reclaim the cost of a Coach jacket from the Treasurer.

Order fleece through the Treasurer, quoting size and Preferred name. Current supplier is:

http://www.metrosigns2000.co.uk/

Style Ladies U607 or Men U604

Level 2 coaches are entitled to reclaim the cost of a Coach waterproof jacket from the Treasurer.

Order jacket through the Treasurer, quoting size. Current supplier is:

http://www.personalise-uk.co.uk/