UKCC courses are competency based, and coaches will need to demonstrate ability in all areas to be deemed 'Competent'. Should an assessor feel that a candidate has not achieved the desired assessment outcomes during their course of UKCC study (i.e at the end of a UKCC course), the coach will be deemed 'Not Yet Competent' (NYC). NYC coaches will be notified of reassessment opportunities by their course educator shortly after a course has taken place.
Should the candidate wish to be reconsidered for a future UKCC programme, they will have to go through the formal registration and induction process again at a later date. This will be guided by delivery staff to determine which learning opportunities will assist in their personal development prior to re-registration.
The purpose of UKCC re-assessment workshop is to give coaches an opportunity to be assessed on their outstanding competencies that were not achieved during their time on a UKCC course. These workshops will be based solely around the practical elements of the course, not outstanding course work within the UKCC workbook.
Coaches have 18 months after completing a UKCC course to attend a re-assessment workshop. If not, they will be withdrawn from the qualification. Likewise, if the reassessment opportunity again results in the candidate being unable to show current competence against the reassessed criteria, that candidate will be deemed to have failed and will be withdrawn from the qualification.
Further dates to be added, please contact the Coach Development Officer in your region for further information.
Please contact Claire Scott, Coach Development Administrator (Claire.Scott@sru.org.uk 0131 346 5167; 07773 082924) should you have any questions.