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Becoming an ACU Trainer
The ACU Training Department is
responsible for the training of anyone wishing to become an ACU Certified
Coach. The ACU Coach Certification Programme
is open to anyone
who wishes to coach
sporting motorcycle skills. The ACU Coach Certification
Programme delivers training and assessment
that is mapped to National Coaching Standards, providing new and existing
coaches with the fundamental skills needed in order to pass
on their skills and knowledge to
The ACU has three
categories of Coach:
ACU Club Coach
For anyone who wishes to coach at club level, on a voluntary
basis. Applicants must be competent riders, fully conversant with all
appropriate riding skills for the discipline in which they wish to coach.
Applicants may be asked to undertake and pass a test of riding competency
before coach training commences. Training for
this certification is FREE of charge
for a member of an affiliated ACU Club
(subject to approval
from the Club/Centre)
who coach for Local
Authority or Community/ Charitable Motorcycle Projects.
Applicants must be
competent riders, fully conversant with all
appropriate riding skills
for the discipline in which they wish to
coach. Applicants may be asked
to undertake and pass a test
of riding competency before coach
ACU Commercial Coach
with background in motorcycle sport who wish to
provide coaching for
a fee. Applicants must be
able to provide proof of a satisfactory
standard of riding ability. A
full list of acceptable minimum standards is included in the application
paperwork. Commercial coaches can also coach at Club and Project level.
For more information
regarding ACU Training and Coaching please
contact the ACU Training
01788 566419 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All coaches must undergo a DBS check (previously called a Criminal Records Bureau check) and carry First Aid qualifications.