The Mountain Bike Coaching (MBCuk) Awards are national qualifications with Coach Leader status and professional Insurance by the ABCC. Inspected and licensed by Adventuremark.
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LEVEL 1 - Trail Leader (TL) - £220
LEVEL 2 - Technical Trail Leader (TTL) - £220
LEVEL 2 - Expedition Module (TTLE) - £220
LEVEL 2 - Combined Technical Trail Leader (TTL) and Expedition Module (TTLE) - £320
LEVEL 3 - Mountain Bike Coach (MBC) - £320
MBC Tutor - £220
These courses are a part of the MBCuk awards scheme (See Matrix) for training or as “standalone” personal develoment in skills and coaching. They are delivered by approved ABCC coaches and high level performers riding at international level.
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Level 1 - Entry Level - £POA
Level 2 - Intermediate Level - £POA
Level 3 - Performance Level - £POA
1. Courses Description
The Training Courses run at all levels and form an integral part of the MBCUK scheme. They are standalone courses or built in to the assessment course. The training generally mirrors the assessment course syllabus, and may be tailored to meet the requirements of the candidates. Exemption from training can be applied for by following the advisory notes issued by MBCUK.
The aim of the courses is to train candidates in preparation for the future assessment they may undertake, or as a standalone skills training course.
3. Pre Course Standards
At entry level into the scheme (TL Training) the requirement is that the candidate is personally competent at mountain biking. As the candidate progresses through the scheme, the requirement is that they are qualified or equivalent to the level of course preceding the training.
4. Liabilities and Limitations
Training Courses have no formal qualification to lead or coach, awarded. However a Course Report and Action Plan are issued illustrating the training undertaken and the candidate’s competence level.
5. Course Outcomes
On receiving a pass it is recommended that the candidate gains further Coaching and Leading experience, using their Action Plan, before applying for the appropriate assessment course.
A defer must complete an Action Plan, and a fail must re-sit the course after a minimum time advised.
All candidates will receive an immediate verbal feedback followed, by a written report and Action Plan.