BE welcomes seven new BECC Level 3 coaches to their ranks

British Eventing celebrates being able to offer an even wider reach of Level 3 coaches to their membership, with seven more joining their ranks having recently passed their BECC Level 3 qualification.

Rosie Williams OBE, British Eventing’s CEO said; “We’re delighted to welcome another seven BE Accredited Coaches to our cohort. It’s great to see that we are producing such talented coaches for our members to benefit from. Gaining these qualifications is no mean feat and proves that our coaches value best practice, have high standards, a breadth of technical knowledge and excellent practical ability.

“These nationally recognised qualifications raise the profile of coaching by establishing best practice coaching standards developed by the UK’s most successful sports. Coaching is a rewarding career, and we hope that our courses inspire many more aspiring coaches to progress with their qualifications.”

The seven coaches that BE extend congratulations to on achieving their Level 3, are as follows;

Sophie Callard from Bracknell, Berkshire

Justin Clubley from Guilford, Surrey

Bruce Haskell from Bampton, Oxfordshire

Caroline Hawkins from Watchet, Somerset

Samantha Hobbs from Loughborough, Leicestershire

Loretta Joynson from Pencader, Carmarthenshire

Sarah Warner from Shrewsbury, Shropshire

The British Eventing Coaching Certificate (BECC) qualifications offers the highest quality of training for our valued coaches. These professional qualifications are all awarded by 1st4sport, an organisation that is recognised and regulated in England by Ofqual, who specialise in the active leisure, learning and well-being sector.

The BECC Level 3 eventing specific qualification is delivered by an experienced and knowledgeable workforce. Each course is assigned a Coach Educator who will deliver the programme content which is divided between theory and practical coaching sessions. A level 3 coach will learn how to be a fully independent coach who is a role model at Regional level. This qualification will enable you to plan, deliver, analyse and review annual programmes of rider development.

If you are a coach and interested in attaining a BECC qualification, please click here or contact for more info.

For members wanting to find out more about the training that British Eventing offers, please click here

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