BMC Coaching Symposium 2012

Posted by Jonathan Garside on 09/12/2011
Credit: Mark Alderson

Neil Gresham is just one of a host of experts at this year's BMC Coaching Symposium.

Last year's symposium was oversubscribed and very well received. Riding in that success, a second symposium will be delivered on 24 - 25 March 2012 at Calshot Activities Centre nr Southampton.

With a new program and more practical sessions, the theme for 2012 is performance clubs. The intended audience is similar to those who attended in 2011, namely coaches working in climbing walls, predominantly with children who take part in national and local competitions.

However, the vast majority of the program is of equal relevance to coaches working with adults and children who simply wish to improve, and have no interest in competing.

Mountain Leader Training UK is developing climbing coaching awards, and during the symposium there will an opportunity to hear about progress to date, and feed into future developments.

The symposium is subsidised with funding sourced by the BMC from Sport England. With rates even lower than they were in 2011, the Symposium represents excellent value for money.

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