Senior Club Coach

Do you want to take your rowers that step further through well designed and appropriate annual training programmes?

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This award builds on the good practice developed from the Level 2 Club Coach and focuses on supporting you in your skills and knowledge around coaching programmes.

Quick Facts

How much will it cost?

£1185

How long is the award?

1-3 years.

Comprising of three face to face sessions of 2 days, home study tasks and two observed coaching assessments.

The overall outcome of the Level 3 Senior Club Coach Certificate is to enable you to plan, implement, analyse and revise annual coaching programmes.

The course will ensure you can safely implement a training programme appropriate to the participants that you coach, who may vary in their goals, ages, and abilities.

Who can attend?

In order to take the UKCC Level 3 Senior Club Coach you must also:

Please note: The Instructors Award (IA) is still a valid Coaching Qualification. IA coaches wishing to proceed to the Level 3 Senior Club Coach will gain access to all of the Level 2 Club Coach materials to ensure they are up to date.

How do I apply?

Step 1

Complete the two online courses, available free of charge on RowHow:

Safety Basics

Cold Water & Hypothermia

Don’t forget to upload these to your BR Membership profile, and print a copy.

Step 2

Book onto and attend the Level 3 Senior Club Coach Induction Day and complete the pre-course workbook. This will be sent to you on booking.

Step 3

Complete any outstanding prerequisites or action plan following the Induction day.

Step 4

Register on a Level 3 Senior Club Coach course. Check the calendar to find a course near you.

Induction Day

The Induction day is designed to help you make an assessment of your current coaching position and identify if the Level 3 Senior Club Coach is the correct next step for you. To find details of our next Induction Day please visit our Courses Calendar.

How is the award structured?

Modules include:

  • Bio-mechanic Principles
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Athlete preparation & Training Principles
  • Health and Well-being
  • Ethical Coaching Practice
  • Coaching Environment
  • Decision Making and Crew Selection
  • Sports Psychology
  • Coach Mentoring
  • Reflective Practice

Resources

Course materials are available on RowHow.

You will be provided with a Learner pack that contains all the information and templates that you will need to complete the award, as well as:

  • British Rowing Technique Posters
  • Paul Thompson DVD

Upcoming Courses & Induction Days

Further courses can be found by searching on the Courses Calendar.

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