Coaching Resources

Here you'll find all the information, forms and resources needed to be Coach or Leader with Welsh Athletics.

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In 2019 we surveyed Coaches in Wales - a summary of the feedback we received is available here.

Presentations from our 2019 Coaching are now all available to view.

Here's full detail of everything that's on offer:

Coach Development & Support Summary 


Resources


Coach Wellbeing Resources

Please click here for our DBS information page.

DBS FAQ's

 

From 1 April 2019 a new requirement came into effect for coaches and those renewing a licence regarding safeguarding training. This has been devised specifically for athletics using UKA’s existing welfare policies and procedures, so all examples are relevant to the sport. The online nature of the training allows coaches to complete it in their own time and choice of location.

This module was written in partnership with the UKA Education and Welfare Sub Group. It is aimed at athlete support networks and primarily coaches as part of their mandatory training requirements. 

Cost: £10

Purchase online module

 

How to book onto the Safeguarding Module. If you are having difficulties with the Safeguarding Module please email learn@britishathletics.org.uk

 

For more information on Safeguarding and Welfare please click here.

 

Click here for the UK Athletics Coach Guidance on appropriate levels of supervision.

 

Safeguarding FAQ's

 

 

 

Description: This module was written in partnership with Jane Fylan, UK Athletics Duty of Care Lead and is endorsed by Double Olympic Gold Medallist, Dame Kelly Holmes MBE’s 'The Running Mind' initiative. It is aimed at those who participate in sport and their support networks such as coaches, family and medical support staff. 

Purchase online module.

How to book & find the Mental Wellbeing in Sport module?

Description: Whether participating in a sport, coaching or volunteering everyone should be aware of what bullying is and how it can be prevented. At EduCare we ensure that all of our courses are written and endorsed by experts. This module has been produced in partnership with UK Athletics, the governing body for the sport of athletics in the United Kingdom.

Purchase online module.

How to book & find the Preventing Bullying in Sport (Anti-bullying) module?

Click here for the UKA Coaches and Leaders Insurance Document.

Click here for an example of a Disclaimer form.

Click here for an example of a Risk assessment form.

Click here for the Couch to 5k leader requirements.

Click here for available courses.

Click here for details of the progressive movement skills workshops.

Online Training

The British Athletics Disability Inclusion Training; Athletics and Running course was developed in partnership with the home country disability sports organisations, home country athletic federations and Mind. It provides knowledge and understanding to overcome barriers to participation, ensuring that athletics, running sessions and activities are more inclusive for everybody. The module is an interactive eLearning course and takes approximately 2 hours to complete. To find out more click here.

Face to Face Training

Click here for Disability Sport Wales's Disability Inclusion Training information page.

Click here for the online course.

Click here for the Welsh Athletics Code of Conduct for Athletics Coaches. For all of our Codes of Conduct please visit our Codes of Conduct page.

Click here for the UK Athletics Coach Code of Practice.

The Event Group Coach programme is designed to provide licensed Athletics Coaches with a greater understanding and awareness of the issues involved with coaching athletes at the Event Group Development stage of the athlete development pathway. To find out more click here

RPL is a process aimed at recognising, assessing and confirming the competencies a learner has obtained from other sources. RPL assessment enables learners, where appropriate, to forgo training (or elements of it) and move directly to having their competencies assessed. Although RPL is not necessarily a quick process, it aims to provide applicants (learners) with a flexible approach to having their skills and knowledge assessed against learning outcomes and assessment criteria.

To find out more click here.

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