Frequently asked questions
What certification do PCS coaches have?
PCS Coaches are accredited and certified by Cycling Australia which conducts four levels of coaching courses. The courses that form the four levels are delivered under the strict guidelines of the National Coach Accreditation Scheme (NCAS), a program of the Australian Sports Commission (ASC). All accredited Cycling Australia cycling coaches are recognised as having met the standards under the NCAS, which are recognised by the Commonwealth and State / Territory governments and International Cycling Union (UCI).
Why does PCS recommend being a member of Cycling Australia (CA) or Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA)?
Although not mandatory PCS recommends that athletes have insurance cover from Cycling Australia, BMXA and MTBA which will cover you 24hrs a day, 7 days per week on the bike and includes personal accident, public liability & loss of income benefits. This program covers CA, BMXA, MTBA, all affiliated clubs and entities including all members, temporary members (for events only), accredited coaches, event promoters, race directors, accredited officials, directors, executives and volunteers of CA, BMXA and MTBA.
Coverage applies whilst members are involved in CA, BMXA or MTBA activities, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These activities include official events, organised training including individual training, fundraising activities, and travel to and from these activities. Information regarding membership categories can be obtained by visiting www.cycling.org.au, www.mtba.asn.au or www.bmxaustralia.com.au.
What is a Race Craft Course?
These course are designed for athletes who want to improve their racing.
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