Coaches can help new comers to cycling to feel the buzz. Coaches are able to share their skills and experience and watch people ride away from their lessons more confidently. Why not give back to cycling this year with a Cycling Australia or Austcycle Accreditation?
NCAS Road and Track
Skills Coaching Course 11 and 12 February 2017
This course is discipline and event-specific to Road and
Track cycling, designed and targeted for beginner coaches who assist club
riders to build their riding skills and learn basic racing skills. The course
addresses, discipline-specific planning and evaluation, bike set-up, cycling
skill development and practical coaching.
Saturday 11th February 8:30am – 5:30pm. Hollywood Primary School, Monash
Sunday 12th February 8:30am – 5:30pm Midvale Speed Dome- Velodrome
and Criterium Circuit
Course payment - $500 for Day 1 and 2, $300 for Day 2 only
Please confirm your payment before Tuesday 31st January 2017 to
secure your spot. Please click here to enter.
Further information about Cycling Australia Coaching is available
Cycling Australia conducts four levels of coach education for cycling coaches at all levels, across all disciplines and events. It also provides a mechanism by which coaches can progress along the coaching pathway, should they wish to. For more information on the Cycling Australia coaching pathway, re-accreditations, upcoming courses, development opportunities, resources, news and more head to the official coaching website of Cycling Australia. Click here
CycleSport WA conduct coaching forums promoted through the weekly CycleSport WA eNews. Click here to subscribe.
CycleSport WA offers mentoring with State and National level coaches.
CycleSport WA promotes the Department of Sport and Recreation's coach development events.
Private coaching by arrangement to Cycling Australia members
Club based training by arrangement to Cycling Australia members
CycleSport WA's Be Active Bike Skills - coaching for schools and community groups under the AustCycle framework.
State based training coordinated by CycleSport WA: Metropolitan Development Squad and Regional Development Squad
State based teams attending National Championships with a Coach. In principle, State Teams may be selected to represent Western Australia at the following national events, and may require team coaches.
State based teams attending National Championships with a Coach, funded by CycleSport WA. 1 Metropolitan Development Squad Coach to attend Road and Track Nationals
State based teams attending National Championships with a Coach, funded by CycleSport WA. State Teams, based on call for nominations information relevant to the team, usually requires 1 Head Coach, 1 State Team Manager, 1 Mechanic including accommodation and travel.
Coaches are eligible to be nominated for CycleSport WA Sport Star awards, and other awards offered by Cycling Australia and WA Sports Federation.
CycleSport WA promotes Department of Sport and Recreation coach recognition events.
National Road Series
Find out all the latest event information regarding the National Road Series events.