Level 1 Community Athletics Coach Course

Level 1 Community Athletics Coach.

This is the entry level for all Accredited Athletic Coaches.  The course introduces the fundamental skills of running, jumping & throwing as well as exploring how to engage athletes in long-term participation and how to coach skills to beginner athletes. 

This qualification is certified by the Australian Sports Commission and allows participants to be nationally accredited as a community coach which is transferable to other sports engaging in the community coach program. The course includes one day of face to face training as well as the online Community Coach General Principles course.


Course Details:

Date:          Sunday, Septmber 29, 2019.

Time:          8.30am - 5.30pm 

Location:     University of Canberra, Bruce ACT 2617 (Room TBC)

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Participants must be 16 years of age to be accredited as a Level 1 Community Athletics Coach. 
Complete Australian Sports Commission’s ‘Community Coaching General Principles Course’. Certificate of completion is to be submitted to the course facilitator on the day.
Complete the Play by the Rules module 'Child Protection'.



If you are a teacher, you are exempt from completing the online Community Coaching General Principles module but must still provide the Play by the Rules 'Child Protection' module certificate.


Course Fee:

Athletics ACT members: Participants must be a member of an Athletics ACT club.


Non-members: Participants are not members of an Athletics ACT club



*Female Coach Development and Sustainability course rebate. All females who attend the level 1 community club coach course and entitled to a 50% rebate on course fee's as part of the Female Coach Development and Sustainability program. To apply for the 50% please supply a copy of your receipt to eo.act@athletics.org.au following the completion of the course.

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Sunday 29 September 2019
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