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Assessment for General, TeamGym, Men’s & Women’s Artistic

Assessment for General, TeamGym, Men’s & Women’s Artistic
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Closing Date
9am 5pm
Organiser: Scottish Gymnastics Venue: Lasswade GC
Eskdale Drive
EH19 2LA

If this assessment is closed, please contact coacheducation@scottishgymnastics.org and we will see if it is possible for you to be fit in the schedule.

Who is this assessment for?

  1. Learners on course Lasswade Easter Camp. You will be sent an email inviting you to this assessment with an acceptance form.
  2. Outstanding learners – Learners who were not able to attend their course scheduled assessment date or who have not had an assessment scheduled for their course.

For level 3 Women’s Artistic please use the level 3 booking form.

Outstanding learners’ information:

Please make sure you have been in touch with the education team about your original assessment date before booking on to a new assessment.

This assessment is scheduled for a course. The learners attending the course will have prioritised slots. Any additional slots will be allocated to candidates who have completed the booking form on a first come first serve basis, with consideration to the discipline and level for the assessor.

If you would like to attend this assessment after the enrolment has closed, please contact coacheducation@scottishgymnastics.org with the times you can attend. The schedule for these assessments will have been created, the education team will see if it is possible to fit you in.

Additional requirements

If you have any learning or physical disabilities and require additional assistance or support for your course, please contact us before booking so we can discuss your needs, reasonable adjustments or arrangements, and suitability of the course. For courses on the British Gymnastics framework, we may need prior approval for any adjustments or arrangements to the course or assessment criteria.

Logbook – Level 1 and 2

You will need to send your logbook to your assessor so they receive it at least two weeks prior to your assessment. Take a copy of your logbook before sending it to your assessor for your records. You will not receive your logbook back after the assessment this will be held at the Scottish Gymnastics office. We advise you take a photo of the logbook pages which have feedback from your assessor and action plans after your assessment.

Gymnast Demonstrators

You must be able to bring two or three demonstrators (acrobatic require 3 or 4) of the relevant standard to your assessment

Safe Sport & Wellbeing

Coaching within a Scottish Gymnastics member club?

You must have Scottish Gymnastics & British Gymnastics membership, a PVG disclosure with Scottish Gymnastics and have a current Scottish Gymnastics Wellbeing and Protection award before working with children within the gym, including your mentor sessions.

Primary Venue

Lasswade GC
Eskdale Drive
EH19 2LA
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