We run UKCC qualifications throughout the year so see below for details of upcoming courses. To apply for courses, please follow this link and apply online. Our Coaching Development Officer will be in touch if you have been successful in applying for your course. Only fully completed application forms from Triathlon Scotland (& other home nations) members will be accepted and places will not be reserved prior to submission of the application.
Please note that courses marked “provisional” are not yet open for applications and may be subject to change. All courses with dates set are open for applications until two weeks prior to the course starting.
UKCC Triathlon Level 1: 3 Day Qualification
- Dalkeith Schools Campus: 30/31 January & 27 February 2016 (TS1019EDI)
- Inverness: 30/31 January & 27 February 2016 (TS1018INV)
- Prestwick: 19/20 March & 16 April 2016 (TS1020PRE)
- Montrose: 23/24 April & 22 May 2016 (TS1021MON)
Please note that only fully completed application forms from Triathlon Scotland (& other home nations) members will be accepted and places will not be reserved prior to submission of the application.
UKCC Triathlon Level 2: 6 Day Qualification
The Level 2 courses are scheduled for 2016 as follows:
Carluke Leisure Centre 2016 (TS2006CAR)
20, 21 February 2016
19, 20 March 2016
15 May 2016
11 June 2016
We cannot process applications without a valid Triathlon Scotland (or other home nations) membership number. For any other queries, please contact Doug.
Accredited Prior Learning
Candidates normally complete the qualfications in order from UKCC Level 1 to UKCC Level 3. Accredited Prior Learning (APL) allows a triathlon coach who has not completed the UKCC Level 1 in triathlon, but has the necessary experience and skills to enrol straight onto the Level 2 UKCC triathlon course. View the APL form below for more details.
UKCC Triathlon Level 3
The next level 3 qualification is in the planning stages and scheduled to take place in early 2017. For further information, please contact Doug. Please note that we recommend candidates gain at least 2 years practical coaching experience in addition to the pre-requisite hours after completing their level 2 before considering undertaking their level 3.
Sportscotland funding applications – UKCC Level 1 and 2
Coaches can now apply for funding using the new online application portal. They will first need to register their details with us before logging onto the system and navigating through the application form. The following links will take applicants to the page relevant to the application that they are making;
This new approach creates a simple, user friendly and efficient application process for coaches applying for UKCC subsidy. From Monday 2nd November 2015 we will no longer be accepting paper applications and only those submitted via the new portal.