About the Course
The course is arranged on a modular, online, distance learning model. Students work through the course at their own speed. Each module covers a specific set of topics and is assessed by an online examination. Successful completion of a module exam allows access to the following module.
At the end of the modular part of the course, there are two practical elements. The first is the construction of a training plan based on what the student has learned during the course. The second is the delivery of an assessed presentation. Mentors are available to guide all students, should they require it.
Students must posses an industrial-type first aid certificate before being awarded Coach status.
The maximum time allowed for completion of the course is two years. Students who fail to complete their studies within this period will automatically be removed from the register of Student Coaches. However, the ABCC Executive Committee may consider an extension of this period if a reasonable case is made by the student.
Unqualified student Coaches studying for ABCC Coaching Awards are not covered by ABCC insurance until they have successfully completed the full course and paid the Registration Fee.
Final Assessment 1 Training Plan
Final Assessment 2 Presentation
You may just wish to improve your own performance without becoming a coach. We can accommodate this. In this case you would not be required to attempt the question papers. Taking this route will mean that you miss out on expert comment on your answers from the examiners.
The course costs £250.
To enrol, contact the Administrator Phil Gadd email@example.com