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Instructor / Coach Education

The AusCycling Foundation Instructor course introduces Instructor practices with the theory component delivered through e-Learning. The course is aimed at individuals who want to assist others to learn the skills and tactics of riding a bicycle within the AusCycling recognised disciplines at the community and club levels. 

The course examines the areas of:

  • Managing group and individual behaviours
  • Risk management
  • Planning and developing skills sessions appropriate to beginner to intermediate level riders

The Foundation Instructor will be able to become accredited in one or more of the following disciplines: 

  • BMX
  • Cyclo-cross (under development)
  • Mountain Bike
  • Road
  • Track

Pre-Requisites for this Course include:

The theory components of this course are delivered through e-learning followed by a face-to-face practical assessment. 

A Foundation Instructor is able to be accredited in one or multiple disciplines.  Any Foundation Instructor who has completed accreditation in one discipline does not need to retake the common theory modules.  They will only be required to undertake the discipline-specific modules and practical training requirements.  

The cost of the course is $240. 

Click here to learn more about the Foundation Instructor  Course - scroll down and click on Foundation Instructor. You will be able to enrol into the Course by clicking on the discipline you would like to become accredited in. 

Practical Assessment 

To complete your Foundation Instructor accreditation a face-to-face practical assessment is required. Scroll through the practical assessments listed on these pages and enroll into the session that suits you.  

Click here for more information or email [email protected]

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