Teaching, Instructing and Coaching can be one of the most rewarding experiences you can have, it comes with great responsibility and it demands great commitment. Students can make improvements through a structured programme of learning, meaningful practice, measured performance and appropriate competition. Effective coaches will create and manage a safe and fun environment. They will motivate their students to continue participating in Taekwondo, improve their performance and help them to achieve their goals. They will also understand what their students want to achieve, why they are participating in Taekwondo and they will create the appropriate opportunities to build on students’ strengths and improve their weaknesses.
Please note the following new dates with regards to attending the Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Taekwondo Award course:
- 1st April 2015 – Anyone wishing to become an Instructor for the first time will need to attend the Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Taekwondo Award course before an Instructor Insurance certificate will be issued by Membership Services.
- 2017 – Existing Instructors wishing to coach at the 2017 British Taekwondo National Championships (Kyorugi) must have attended the Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Taekwondo Award course prior to the event.
- 2018 – Existing Instructors wishing to coach at the 2018 British Taekwondo National Championships (Poomsae) must have attended the Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Taekwondo Award course prior to the event.
- 1st January 2020 – The remainder of existing Instructors must have attended the Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Taekwondo Award course by January 1st 2020, if they wish to retain their instructor status.
Each coaching course can accommodate 20 candidates and places are allocated on a first come/first serve basis.