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Level 2 Award In Cycling Coaching

Level 2 Award In Cycling Coaching

Cycling Ireland has planned the delivery of a Level 2 Cycling Coach course with a start date of 22nd September 2018. The course is not discipline specific so coaches from all cycling disciplines are welcome to apply.

Information on the application process and entry requirements are included
in this document. Please read carefully.


Participants are to attend 3 x 2-day sessions over the course of a 6-month period followed by a period of 3 months consolidation and development of an applied 
professional practice portfolio. It is necessary to commit to all sessions.


It expected that applicants will be able to commit to all sessions.

Application deadline

17th August ‘18

Weekend One

22nd & 23rd Sept ‘18

Weekend Two

17th & 18th Nov ‘18

Weekend Three

2nd and 3rd Feb ‘19

Portfolio Submission

1st May ‘19


The award is equivalent to the Level 2 in Cycling Coaching on the Coaching Ireland Performance Framework in accordance with the Coaching Development

Programme for Ireland.

COURSE FEE: €350 per coach

Please note: This course cost includes a significant subsidy paid by Cycling Ireland to cover the full cost of the programme.

  • After reading the attachment provided and if you meet the programme entry criteria.
  • Please complete the online application form to express your interest
  • The closing date for applications is 17th August '18 at 5pm.
  • A final decision on successful applicants will then be made by Cycling Ireland Level 2 project team by 31st August ‘18.

16 places are available on the course.
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