1st4Sport Level 1 Award in Coaching Weightlifting (RQF) | Level 1
- Qualification: Level 1
- Course Code: E8214
- Start Date: March 2019
- Cost: £ 325
- Campus: Easton
Who is it designed for?
The 1st4sport Level 1 Award in Coaching Weight Lifting is suitable for
those who are new to coaching, but who have some knowledge of the sport and
would like to learn how to apply that in a coaching environment. Coaches should
be committed to their own development and should be looking to gain experience
whilst working with a more experienced coach who is already qualified at Level
2 or higher.
To provide learners with an introduction to the processes and principles
of coaching Weight Lifting to adults and children. The Award offers an
opportunity for those with little or no experience of coaching to be introduced
to the principles of planning, delivering and evaluating coaching activities in
Weight Lifting. They will be helped to understand how to effectively assist
more qualified coaches, delivering aspects of coaching sessions, normally under
What does the Level 1 award qualify me to do?
The course will qualify the successful candidate to introduce:
The basic moves of the snatch and clean and jerk
Small group sessions on the basic moves of weight lifting
What are the requirements to go on the course?
Candidates are required to:
Be at least 18 years of age on the first day of the course
Have some experience of the lifts and weight lifting;
How is the qualification delivered?
The 1st4sport Level 1 Award in Coaching Weight Lifting will be delivered
by an accredited British Weight Lifting tutor. It will be split into the
The 1st4sport Level 1 Award in Coaching Weight Lifting (RQF) comprises
seven units of assessment of which four are generic knowledge-specific units
(101 – 104) and three Weight Lifting coaching-specific units (105 – 107). These
units require learners to show that they can plan and deliver coaching sessions
which meet the requirements of the Level 1 Weight Lifting Technical Syllabus.
Learners who already hold the four generic units may be able to apply for
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and/or credit accumulation and transfer at
the discretion of their recognised centre/assessor. To qualify for the
1st4sport Level 1 Award in Coaching Weight Lifting (RQF), learners must
successfully complete/have credit for all seven units.
Achievement of the qualification is normally through attendance on a
course of training and assessment. Due to the nature of this qualification and
the related learning and assessment methods the most effective way to provide a
course is via a holistic training and assessment package which enables learners
to achieve all seven units in the context of coaching Weight Lifting.
- 9th & 10th March 2019
Sports Centre, Easton Campus, Norwich, Norfolk, NR9 5DX
- £300 for Easton & Otley students, BWL members, UKBJJA members and CrossfitGAIN members