Ride-a-Bike Right is seeking casual contractors to deliver cycling instruction in various sites across Adelaide and SA: in school, within communities as well as private clients. As all cycling programs provided by Ride-a-Bike Right are delivered under the AustCycle auspice, instructors are required to be qualified either as an assistant coach or as a full AustCycle teacher, both of which are affiliated with Cycling Australia which is where the insurance comes from.
AustCycle is conducting 2day Teacher Training on the 18th/19th August, with opportunities for the course to be fully funded through a return of cycling training.
I look forward to hearing from you with regards to becoming a cycling coach; the need for more coaches is evident with the number of council and school programs being booked within the state.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 0431 120 802 and I can send you the full information regarding becoming a qualified cycling teacher.
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Link to ride a bike right not working Lee-Anne, looks like the "e" is missing in ride. Good luck with it.
thanks Pat, have corrected the Link in the discussion
Certainly there appeasers to be a lot of rigmarole.
Looks far too hard for me.
I love it getting paid to be out in the fresh air, anyone looking for casual work should look into it :-)
But if you have regular bills such as food an electricity you need regular work.
How much work and how regular it is would be would depend on a lot of things.
Looking into it you need a first aid certificate, a police check and to be an accredited coach.
It seems likely to be more than a modest fee and a few hours.
When I did voluntary work for Neighbourhood Watch had a police check for free. Out of date now and believe a charge. My first aid certificate is out of date but knowledge worthwhile.
+ 1 All worthwhile things you can use again and again, and only small costs.
So if i get a police check today I can get caught for being naughty tomorrow and it will still be OK?
One of the options is the Beginning Coaching General Principles course that is free online at https://learning.ausport.gov.au
I recommend another free online course that is not a requirement but useful knowledge in organisations. Register first at http://playbytherules.net.au to get a printed certificate at the end. Learning + testing takes about 10 hours.