The key accountabilities of the role include:
Planning, delivering and evaluating cycling coaching sessions in local schools and community settings with a focus on the Fundamentals and Learning to Train stages;
Plan, deliver and evaluate coaching programmes, ensuring they reflect the various stakeholders cycling strategies;
Work with local cycling clubs, Glasgow Cycling Officers and the Scottish Cycling Development Manager to implement continuing professional development programmes for coaches, club officials and volunteers;
Taking positive steps to identify and overcome barriers to participation amongst participants from disadvantaged backgrounds, prioritising access and inclusion as well as work with clubs to implement learning opportunities for coaches, club officials and volunteers;
Assisting in identifying talented young people and encourage their further development as a rider via Scottish Cycling and British Cycling’s Performance Pathway;
As an Ambassador of the organisation, you will be promoting Scottish Cycling products and services, including membership, to participants, clubs and other partners to maximise uptake and revenue opportunities and;
Work closely with the wider Glasgow Life Sports Development Team and the Scottish Cycling Sport Team to ensure that cycling participation activity through Scottish Cycling clubs is aligned and supported.
To be successful in the role you must have the following qualifications and experience:
Relevant Sport NGB qualification – UKCC Qualification or equivalent overseas award;
Minimum of 2 years’ experience coaching in cycling;
Demonstrate a commitment to continuous professional development and;
Awareness of key issues relating to growing participation in Cycling and in particular how this may be achieved in Glasgow.
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