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Level 2 Coaching Course – Women’s Artistic

Level 2 Coaching Course – Women’s Artistic
Date
Times
Booking Url
Closing Date
27/07/2024
9am 5pm
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08/07/2024
28/07/2024
9am 5pm
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08/07/2024
10/08/2024
9am 5pm
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08/07/2024
11/08/2024
9am 5pm
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08/07/2024
Organiser: Scottish Gymnastics Venue: Garioch GC
UNITS 3&4
Craigearn Business Park
Morrison Way
Kintore
Inverurie
Aberdeenshire
AB51 0TH
Price:

Member – £549
Non-Member – £659

If you have any questions or issues enrolling, please get in touch at coacheducation@scottishgymnastics.org.



Gymnast Demonstrators
You must be able to bring two or three demonstrators of the relevant standard to your course and assessment. Level 2 courses require demonstrators day 2, 3 and 4 of their course and the assessment.


Assessment

You must be available to attend all course and assessment dates advertised prior to enrolling. You must be available to attend the assessment date/s advertised, except where exceptional circumstance have been agreed before booking. Changes to any dates, where possible, will incur a fee as per the payment policy. If you are not able to attend any of the dates please contact coacheducation@scottishgymnastics.org before booking.


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.


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 mentored sessions.

Primary Venue

Garioch GC
UNITS 3&4
Craigearn Business Park
Morrison Way
Kintore
Inverurie
Aberdeenshire
AB51 0TH
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