The ACU Training Department is inviting nominations for this year’s Award for the ACU Datatag Commitment to Coaching Award. Richard Newton, from Dover Challenge Motocross Project was the winner of the inaugural Award and was presented with his Award at the ACU Awards Evening at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull in January.
Nominations are being invited based on the following criteria:
• ACU coaches must be involved in coaching for non-commercial/profit making organisations such ACU Clubs, Centres or ACU Recognised Projects
• Youth coaching/training must be provided, though coaching of adults is a welcome addition to any youth coaching activity
• Nominations can be made by the ACU Club/Centre or ACU Recognised Project itself or by a participant (or parent of a participant) of the coaching activity.
Nominations should be made to the ACU Training Secretary, whose contact details are shown below. A Panel will sit in November to select a winner from a shortlist. The Panel will take into consideration the following when it chooses a winner:
Frequency of training activity
Diversity of groups trained – youth, adult, male, female etc
Recruitment of new members
Development of riders – successes eg moving into competitive sport, passing motorcycle test for public roads for college/work etc, re-engagement with school, reduction in crime/anti-social behaviour
Recognition from Third Party Organisations – Local Authority, Police, Clubs etc
Closing date for nominations is 31st October 2017.
The recipient of this year’s Award will be selected by a Panel in November 2017.
If you need further advice or information, please the ACU Training Secretary, Debbie Walmsley on 01788 566419 or email@example.com