Three coaching courses will be offered between 24th and 28th July. Book now!
For the first time, the annual event will offer the hybrid version of the Introduction to Coaching Fencing course, allowing candidates to start studying the theoretical content up to 90 days before the final face-to-face assessment day. This new course format is explained in this quick guide.
CFL2 (Coaching Fencing Level 1) is aimed at coaches moving on to coaching individual sessions with weapon differentiation. The course will be delivered by three weapon specialists for groups of up to 12 candidates per weapon.
WS3 (Weapon Specific Level 3) trains coaches with a number of years of experience and coaching athletes on a Performance and High Performace pathway. Led by two Coach Developers, the course has 12 spaces available. We have received expressions of interest for another WS3 course in the north of England, and continue to gather requests through this form.
Click here to find a breakdown of each course’s content and pre-requisites. If you have any questions, please contact Marjorie Kuhne.
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