Event Start: 24/06/2023 13:30
Event Ends: 24/06/2023 17:00
The Fell, Hill, Off Road and Trail Leader module is a workshop that is designed for those who have completed the standard LiRF qualification and who now wish to lead groups safely on more challenging terrains and in more remote areas. The course builds on the LiRF qualification, contextualizing the learning for an unpredictable environment and covers, ‘preparing for’ and ‘managing risk’ on different terrains, in varying conditions.
As well as leaders keeping group runners safe, it will also cover the techniques of Off-Road running, including ascending, descending, and coping with different terrains and conditions under foot. Fell, Hill, Off Road and Trail running has a long tradition in this country with groups tackling very tough terrain which can be held over long distances and in potentially volatile and difficult weather conditions. As such it is essential that groups are led appropriately and adhere to all safety requirements.
This qualification will provide you with insurance to lead a group within the limits of the course content and on receipt of a satisfactory Outdoor First Aid Training Course. As part of the Coaching Development Pathway a prerequisite for this course is the Leader in Running Fitness qualification.
Candidates must engage in tasks and activities throughout the course and demonstrate improvement in engagement following any discussions with course staff. Candidates not engaging within all aspects of the course are at risk of not gaining the qualification at the end of the process.
Duration: Half Day Course
Date: Saturday 24th June 2023
Times: 1.30am - 5.00pm
Course Code: WAFELL23.2
Location: Dunraven Bay Heritage Coast Centre Southerndown Vale of Glamorgan (What3words ///jars.basically.barks)
Closing Date for registration: Thursday 22nd June (Or when filled to capacity)
To Apply: Please click on the link for online registration to this course. For more infomation on how to navigate Athletics Hub click here.
What else do you need once you have booked on your course?
To complete your license, you'll need to have a valid DBS check cleared with UK Athletics. You can check your DBS status and complete the process by logging into the Welsh Athletics Member Login, following the instructions below:
1. Click the link for the "myATHLETICS portal"
2. Insert your username (URN)
3. Once you have logged in you will see your personal details section. At the bottom of the first section shows the current status of your DBS.
4. Click on the appropriate link to update your DBS. Follow the on-screen instructions.
5. Purchase and complete an online Safeguarding Module.
6. Upload a passport style photograph.
When UK Athletics have received an electronic copy of your DBS certificate, you have completed the online Safeguarding Module and your photograph has been uploaded, your licence will be produced and sent out.
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