Belpark is offering an exciting new phase of coaching in our club – we want to double the number of coaches in our club and would like members of all backgrounds to participate. Over the winter months, we have put together a program of training to enable you to become a TriLeader Coach (28th Nov) and qualified in Sports First Aid (Jan 2016). The Tri Leader course is the first step on the Triathlon Ireland coaching ladder.
Who should attend?
It is also ideal for those who would just like to help out at sessions or events. This could be a Sunday bike spin, a beginners run or a junior training day. This course however is not just for those who wish to continue on to become coaches but also for club members and parents of junior club members who wish to help out at training sessions or events.
What topics are covered?
The course covers topics such as health and safety at sessions, child welfare, practical workshops on how to help a coach during a session and basic rules of the sport.
|Course||Who should attend?||What does it cover||Duration||Date||Location|
|TRI Leader||Anyone interested in helping out at sessions or events or who is interested in progressing to Level 1. Find out more about Triathlon Ireland coaching >>||Role of a TRI Leader
How to help a coach
Rules of Triathlon
Code of Ethics
Health and Safety
|1 day||Sat 28th November
|Maldron Hotel, Tallaght|
|Sports First Aid
||Anyone interested in helping out at sessions or events or who is interested in progressing to Level 1. Read Johny Finegan’s report on attending the course in 2015.||Basic first aid
AED – defibrillator
Soft tissue injuries
|1 day||TBC January 2016||TBC|
How much does it Cost?
No money – just your time. Belpark will cover the cost of the courses, as we want to invest in the quality of coaching in our club. This aligns with the Club Development Plan and the motion passed at our 2015 AGM.
How do I apply?
Complete this short survey by Tuesday 17th November. Any questions: post to the forum here or email email@example.com. Places are capped at 12 and those who attend must commit to leading at least 5 training sessions in 2016.