Coaching

In Safe Hands 1 and 2 - essential training for Club Welfare Officers

Wallace Fencing are running the "In Safe Hands" 1 and 2 Child Protection course at Linlithgow Academy on Saturday 21 October 10am - 1pm and Tuesday 24 October 5.30-9.30pm. Further details here:

http://bit.ly/2xNzcbh 

Scottish Fencing would encourage all Club Child Protection and Welfare officers to attend if they have not previously attended this training.

Coach Education Recognition of Prior Learning

Application can be made by fencing coaches to Scottish Fencing (SF) for consideration and recognition of prior learning, qualifications and experience which may be considered by Scottish Fencing to be at least the equivalent of qualifications within Scottish Fencing’s Coach Development Programme (SFCDP).

Hungarian ICC (International Coaching Course)

Want to learn about the traditional Hungarian pedagogical approach to Foil, Epee and Sabre?

and learn from 

SFA - Coach Education at the 2017 Summer Camp

Calling all L2, L3 and L4 coaches!

Come and gain Scottish Fencing Coach Education qualifications whilst working alongside international and national coaches at the 2017 SFA Summer camp.  This is a great opportunity for experienced and newly qualified coaches to either expand their current knowledge or work towards a more advanced qualification.

International coaches at the camp are Serena Pivotti, Italian Foil Maestra and Peter Frohlich, top Hungarian Sabre Coach.

Scottish Fencing Coach Development Course - Coach Educator/Course leader

Training on how to be a Coach Educator

This course is essential for any coach who wants to be involved in delivering the Scottish Fencing Coach Education Programme. The course is free of charge to anyone who is a member of Scottish Fencing and has an L3 qualification or above or is currently working towards there L3 qualification.

This course is aligned to the new British Fencing Coaching Development Framework and will consist of six modules:

2017 SF Academy Coach Education

The deadline for booking places is passed. The next opportunity to attend a SF coach education course is during the summer camp at Inverclyde frm 17 -21 July.  Details to follow.

Weekend 5

Date and time 20 and 21 May 10-4pm

Venue: Salle Ossian

Cost:  £80 for the weekend.

SCOTTISH FENCING COACH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

  • New standards for club coaches
  • Continuous Professional Development
  • Talented Coach Programme
  • High performance degrees at Stirling University
  • Open Day Launch - Sunday 18th December

 

Scottish Fencing is aiming to develop a world class coaching programme and is set to launch it’s coach development strategy for 2017-2021.  Two years in development and in conjunction with SportScotland and Stirling University, the NEW coach development programme is one that is fit for purpose for the modern game.

Coach Education Manager – thanks to Paul Neil-MacLachlan for his long service

After service to Scottish Fencing of more years than even he can remember (but at least 16), Paul Neil-MacLachlan has decided it’s time to retire from his position as Scottish Fencing’s Coach Education Manager. Paul played a key role in developing and delivering coach education in Scotland, including the highly successful Hungarian collaboration which trained many of our current senior coaches.

Scottish Youth Series - information for Fencers, Coaches and Parents

A few words from Scottish Fencing’s Performance Manager Don McKenzie to aspiring Youth Fencers…

 

Hi Scottish Youth Fencer, Coach or Parent!

The start of the 2016-2017 season is upon us and Scottish Fencing is consolidating the ‘season’ established for under-13s and under-15s last year. Although Fencers are free to pick and choose from the events available, to get the most benefit we hope that you will engage fully with Scottish Fencing’s comprehensive programme of competition and training as follows:

Obituary – Jean MacLardy

It is with much sadness that Scottish Fencing reports the passing of Jean MacLardy. Jean began fencing at a house wives group in 1971. From this beginner’s introductory class she went onto pass her SAFU and BAF coaching exams. She coached many youngsters in her time starting some international fencers on their paths to success. She ran fencing clubs at St Margarets School and Scotus Academy to name just two. As well as coaching she was an active committee member standing on the Scottish Schools Committee.

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