Level 3

The UKCC Level 3 can also be generic or specific and requires a greater depth of technical knowledge and more developed coaching skills. UKCC Level 3 coaches are able to plan and implement longer term coaching strategy and effectively evaluate their own coaches practice. 

*Please note to access the generic and specific UKCC Level 3 courses it may be necessary to hold a UKCC Level 2 first or meet other qualification entry requirements, please contact the relevant coaching coordinator for more information

Coaching outcomes at Level 3

  • Fully autonomous coach; role model at County/Regional level.
  • Can plan, deliver, analyse and review annual programmes of rider development
  • Goal Setting
  • Prepare for, deliver and review coaching sessions
  • Plan a series of coaching sessions
  • Prepare the coaching environment
  • Deliver a series of sessions
  • Monitor and evaluate coaching sessions and personal practice

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