COACHING - for more information go to http://coaching.uka.org.uk/

 

Information about the Coaching Development Days organised by England Athletics can be found on the England Athletics website or by contacting the Leicestershire Club and Coach Support Officer, Helen Pearce - hpearce@englandathletics.org

 

Coaches, Officials and Athletics Volunteers - Licence and Safeguarding Check

 

 Changes to Government legislation have led to changes in the area of safeguarding checks across all sports. It is important that clubs and people such as coaches and officials who require a DBS (formerly a CRB) check are aware of these changes.

 

Changes to the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 mean that from the 17th June 2013 the Disclosure and Barring Service will only issue one certificate which will be sent to the applicant.

 

This change is important as it means that that UKA no longer receives a copy of your DBS certificate.  This means that you, should you wish to proceed, need to send your DBS certificate to UKA so they can see it and take the next steps in the process.

 

More information is available via the England Athletics website:

http://www.englandathletics.org/news.asp?itemid=11698&itemTitle=Important+information%3A+Update+to+DBS+procedures&section=42&sectionTitle=England+Athletics+News

The following information is out of date but will be updated soon

 

Walks Coaching: The Midland Area Race Walking Association is hosting a coaching event for all abilities/ages for race walking on Sunday 21st October at Alexander Stadium, Birmingham. There is no charge.

This is organised by Ann Perry, Hon. Secretary, Midland Area Race Walking Association.

To book your place or you have any questions please contact: Catharine Telling on 07909 992004  Catharine.telling@sky.com

Pre-booking is essential to ensure that adequate resources can be made available.

(It includes training for officials)

2014 UK Coaching Awards Nominations


 
What are the Awards? The UK Coaching Awards provide the opportunity to recognise the achievements of coaches and coaching organisations and thank them for their hard work and dedication.

There are two main categories of Award.

  • Awards for Coaches: These awards reward individual coaches who have shown outstanding commitment and achieved excellent results.
  • Awards in Support of Coaches: These awards recognise the achievements of those who work in the education, development and deployment of coaches.

For information on the awards within each category, and their criteria, please view the Nomination Form Supporting Information.

 

How do I nominate? Please note: All entries must be typed and not handwritten.

Anyone can make a nomination by completing an official UK Coaching Awards nomination form.

To download a nomination form please click here and then choose the link to Awards for Coaches nomination form or the Awards in Support of Coaches nomination form as appropriate.