Coach Education

Scottish Fencing runs a programme of coach education courses for all levels of experience. For the complete beginner, we have a great weekend course which gets you far enough to start your own school or community club right away! For more experienced coaches, we have a range of courses and qualifications which will help you take your coaching and your fencers to the next level.

More information: please contact the Scottish Fencing Coach Education Manager, Phil Carson: phil@scottish-fencing.co.uk 

Latest news on coaching below...


 

  • 27 Aug 2014

    This summer, at the sportscotland Inverclyde National Sports Centre in Largs, Scottish Fencing ran the National Academy (Scotland) National Training summer camp event which also incorporated Scottish Fencing Coach Education Workshops and Scottish Institute of Sport Psychology Workshop.

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  • 27 Aug 2014

    Serena Pivotti was a successful international fencer who represented Italy at Women’s Foil, and is now a fully qualified international level coach at Ginnastica Comense. We have had the privilege of Serena’s coaching in Scotland on a couple of occasions now, and as part of our Coach Education...

  • 13 May 2014

    Serena Pivotti with Don McKenzie

    Scottish Fencing is offering a further opportunity in 2013 for coaches to learn about the techniques and methodologies of Italian foil fencing...

  • 21 Apr 2014

    THE ALL NEW SCOTTISH FENCING PLASTIC FENCING QUALIFICATION

    This action-packed day of learning allows coaches who are new to, or thinking about, teaching fencing to young people from a basic level to deliver taster and initial coaching sessions.  Coaches will be...

  • 23 Apr 2013

    Scottish Fencing is continuing to offer “Ready Steady Fence” courses in the Coach Education Programme for the 2012-2013 fencing season.

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  • 29 Mar 2013

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

  • 23 Jul 2012

    Coaching Qualifications Levels 1 to 3

     

  • 9 Apr 2012

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

     

  • 6 Apr 2012

    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...

  • 4 Jan 2012

    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...