This month has seen us delivering a variety of our various Awards, CPD & Qualifications:
7th May 2014
This CPD is designed to introduce teachers to the fundamental concepts and training principles of Parkour/Freerunning for use as part of a physical education / school sport in an education setting. It serves as an introduction, and enables teachers to initiate basic Parkour/Freerunning training within the school environment. This CPD can be built upon through attendance on the Parkour UK ADAPT Intermediate CPD Award in Teaching Parkour / Freerunning (QTS, PE) course, so that the Teacher may then, if willing, go on to take the full Parkour UK 1st4sport Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Parkour / Freerunning (QCF) qualification.
24th – 28th May 2014
The Level 2 is the second qualification on the parkour/freerunning coaching ladder. The qualification is designed to provide learners with an introduction to the processes and principles of coaching parkour/freerunning to adults and children. The Certificate offers an opportunity for parkour/freerunning coaches to be supported in developing the knowledge of how to effectively plan, conduct and evaluate a series of parkour/freerunning coaching sessions of all ages.
in a safe, ethical and effective manner. Those who complete this Certificate will be able to work as a parkour/freerunning coach, either alone or as part of a larger group of practitioners of parkour/freerunning.
27th – 30th May 2014
The Level 1 Award is the first qualification on the parkour/freerunning coaching ladder. The qualification is designed to provide learners with an introduction to the practical and theoretical aspects of coaching parkour/freerunning. The foundation level of knowledge recognised in this qualification will enable them to develop an understanding of the safe, ethical and effective management and coaching of parkour/freerunning. Those who complete this Award will be able to assist other, more qualified coaches in delivering parkour/freerunning coaching sessions to participants
31st May 2014
This award will give you the opportunity to develop many skills which will be of use to you, both in a sporting
environment and in life in general. The course which is not concerned with your sporting ability but instead will help you to develop many different peer leadership skills, such as being able to communicate with others in a sports setting. Learners who successfully complete the course will not be qualified nor insured to teach or coach parkour/freerunning or any parkour/freerunning based activities. Learners will be able to assist in parkour groups
and activities in an informed and educated way.
If you would like more information on our various Awards, CPD & Qualifications please click here or contact us on [email protected] 0r 020 3544 5834. Dates for forthocming Level 1 & 2 coaching qualifications can be found here.