Level 2 Coaching Course
The Taekwon-Do Advisory Board is delighted to announce that we will be conducting the first IMAC Level 2 Coaching Award. This course will be run by IMAC Tutors and on successful completion, coaches will be awarded a Level 2 Coaching Certificate with IMAC and Coaching Ireland accreditation. This is the Senior Club Coach award on the TAB Coach Development Framework. The course will run on 29th, 30th, 31st July and 1st October in Shannon Taekwon-Do Centre with 5 additional contact days spaced between September 2011 and June 2012 based on the calendar of events and availability of the coaches attending. This course is of 60 hours duration, split over the 9 days. Exact times for each day and directions to the location will be sent to coaches directly on application. Applications with payment and certificates as detailed below must be received no later than Friday 22nd July.
Key areas covered on this programme include:
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There is a multi-part assessment of coaches on this programme. You will be required to complete:
Candidates must be 19 years or older when commencing the programme
Candidates must hold 1st Dan or higher
Candidates must have completed 12 months IMAC membership
An IMAC Level 1 Certificate
First Aid Certificate
Child Protection Awareness Course attendance certificate
The cost of the course is €500 which is paid in two installments. The first installment of €250 is payable by cheque or order to Irish Martial Arts Commission with your application no later than 22nd July. The second installment of €250 by cheque or order to Taekwon-Do Advisory Board will be paid on your arrival on contact day 5.
Bring Dobok, Training Shoes, Tracksuit and writing materials on all days
NB: For your coaching project you will need to be directly coaching at least 2 and preferably 3 students aged 14 - 17 and grade 4th Kup to 1st Dan. If you are not the senior coach in a club you will need to get the permission of the senior instructor and the consent of the students and their parents to begin this programme.