Coach Education Programme: coaching awards

Coaching Qualifications Levels 1 to 3


Wheelchair Fencing Introduction

Have you ever tried the challenge of wheelchair fencing?

Scottish Fencing, in partnership with the British Disabled Fencing Association, are hosting a two day event for the development of wheelchair fencing. Both days will provide opportunities for coaches, fencers and volunteers to learn the skills and rules necessary for wheelchair fencing and refereeing. 

Scottish Fencing is committed to inclusivity and to helping break down the barriers to participation by encouraging clubs, coaches and fencers to come and learn about wheelchair fencing at our forthcoming workshop.

Coach Education Weekend April 2012

Would you like to help members of your club improve their fencing skills?


Scottish Junior Commonwealth Squad and Development Squad Training Day

28th & 29th January

The event is at St Thomas of Aquins' School, Edinburgh, from 09:00 to 17:00 (16:00 on Sunday) and is open to: any competing under 20 who is a full member of Scottish Fencing (minimum age 13); Scottish Fencing Elite funded athletes; Scottish Institute of Sport supported athletes; Senior Scottish fencers ranked in the UK top 50, and members of the Commonwealth Junior Fencing Championships Team (the timing is chosen to support this event).

There will be dedicated coaches and personal coaches are more than welcome to attend with their fencers.

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