To attend an orientation course, candidates will already have a recognised qualification in mountain bike leadership, instruction, coaching or teaching. This course will give you the skills and information you need to plan and deliver Go Mountain Bike sessions. The course includes familiarisation with Go Mountain Bike resources, session plans and valuable instruction techniques for delivering the four Go Mountain Bike themes.
If you are interested in attending a course and the course is listed as private, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We will see if there are spaces available for you to attend.
To attend an orientation course, candidates will have a recognised qualification in mountain bike leadership, instruction, coaching or teaching.Candidates will need to demonstrate personal riding skills to Level 3 or 5.
This is a one day course.
You will need a mountain bike in good working order and clothes appropriate for the weather. Participants will need to provide evidence of their current pre-requisite qualifications
Course costs vary from £70 -£150, depending on the provider delivering the course.
You may wish to continue developing as an instructor, coach or leader by following one of the recognised pathways promoted by Cycling Scotland or other organisations such as British/Scottish Cycling, CTC and MIAS. As a Go Mountain Bike Instructor it is recommended that you hold a valid first aid certificate and appropriate insurance.
|Date||Course Type||Course Title & Instructor||Location||Local Authority||Capacity & Availability||£ Cost||Book|
|DateFri 6th Sep 2019||Course TypeGo MTB Orientation||Course Title & InstructorGo MTB Orientation|
|LocationPitlochry Scout Hall|
1 East Moulin Road, Pitlochry
|Local Authority||CapacityCapacity 8|
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|DateMon 30th Sep 2019||Course TypeGo MTB Orientation||Course Title & InstructorGo MTB Orientation|
|LocationPitlochry Moulin Village Hall||Local Authority||CapacityCapacity 8|
Places Left 8