Assessments: Parkour UK 1st4Sport Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Parkour/Freerunning (QCF) – London, England
Learners are advised to fully read the full details and assessment requirements of our Parkour UK 1st4sport Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Parkour/Freerunning (QCF) course prior to booking.
Please note that the dates, locations and courses may change throughout the year. Additional courses may be added throughout 2017 to meet sufficient need and demand.
Dates: 8th & 9th April 2017
- Parkour/Freerunning Competency Assessment
- Task 10 –Observed Assessment of Coaching Practice
- Written Assessment
Parkour/Freerunning Competency Assessment, Observed Assessment of Coaching Practice & Written Assessment are designed to allow the assessor(s) to make an on-going assessment of the learners competency in coaching, knowledge and understanding of coaching and to check whether you are able to apply that knowledge.
Day One: Parkour/Freerunning Competency Assessment:
Parkour/Freerunning Competency Assessment is comprised of 15 competency areas, consisting of 41 elements. Each element carries a potential maximum amount of marks for completion. Some of the marks are assessed by the following elements Hesitation (H), Quality (Q) & Consistency (C) and some over a number of attempts (1, 2, 3, 4, 5). Pass mark is 90% (90/100 marks).
Day Two: Observed Assessment of Coaching Practice & Written Assessment
Observed Assessment of Coaching Practice:
This is assessed against the Coaching Competencies. Learners are required to plan, risk-benefit assess, deliver and evaluate up to a 60-minute Parkour/Freerunning session. Learners must use the session plan, risk-benefit assessments and evaluation sheet. Your tutor/assessor will use the Observation Checklist to assess you against the coaching criteria.
A 60 minute written assessment covering Parkour/Freerunning Practice, Parkour/Freerunning Coaching & Supplemental Knowledge. Pass mark is 85% (56/66).