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Learning to ride a bicycle is a simple enough skill to learn. Learning to ride one well is not so simple. Whether you are trying to get a 3 year old to learn to balance on a bicycle or a 15 year old who wants to learn how to ride competitively or you are already competing in races but want to do better. Whether you want one on one coaching or group coaching– you will be able to find an appropriate coach from the listings below.
The following are Cycling Coaches listed in the National Registry of Coaches (NROC).
|Ang Rong Hsin||Koh Teck Kin Colin|
|Chow Suet Ling||Lim Hui Min|
|Chui Kit Leong||Low Ji Wen|
|Kenneth Wee||Abdul Rahman Ibrahim|
What is NROC?
In Singapore to claim to be a ‘Coach’ recognized by the Singapore Sports Council you must be trained and certified. Coaches that meet all the criteria are termed NROC (National Registry of Coaches) certified. The Singapore Sports Council (SSC) maintains a listing of these coaches. The Coaches above have been duly certified. To remain on the list they need to continually upgrade their skills.
In addition there are Cycling coaches that are Singapore Coach Excellence (SG-Coach) Programme certified. The SG-Coach Programme replaces the National Coaching Accreditation Programme (NCAP).
The current list of coaches who have fulfilled the certification’s criteria is as follows;
|Abdul Rahman Ibrahim||Adrian Ng||Alex Goh Chun Kiat|
|Andy Chia||Chan Siew Khang Dinah||Chui Kit Leong|
|Darrin Francis||David Aeria||Desmond Chee Chye Leng|
|Dumont Emile Francois||Ee Yuen Ming Darren||Fatimah Hamid|
|Hussian Bin Mohd Nor||Ian Francis Krempl||Joseph Foo Chien Boon|
|Julian Wong Teck Chi||Kenneth Keng Siong Khoon||Kevin Wee Tchi Wei|
|Kong Sze Yong||Lee Yun Jie Lemuel||Lin Shaowei, Samuel|
|Lin Weixiong||Low Wei Cheng, Wilson||Loy Wen Jun|
|Max Mager||Mohamad Khaniz bin Omar||Mohammad Sukaimi Bin Ali|
|Muhammed Ariff Jufri||Nasrom Abdullah||Ng Chien Ming, Philip|
|Ng Tze Mien Adam||Nicholas Chia||Nicholas De Cruz|
|Nicholas Zhang||Patrick Ong Choon Hua||Paul De Cruz|
|Poon Pek Ya||Raphael Chew Sze Han||Tan Ai Leng|
|Tan Mei Mei, Amanda||Tan Yeow Chuang||Timothy Lim Chang Ee|
|Victor Tay Lip Seng||Woo Xin Yi, Jina||Steven Chan Chee Meng|
What is NCAP?
The National Coaching Accreditation Programme (NCAP) is the national standard for coaching qualifications. To be NCAP certified a coach has to fulfill both Theory and Practical papers:
NCAP is an important first step towards entry into the National Registry of Coaches (NROC).
Integrated NCAP Cycling Certification
The Singapore Cycling Federation offers an integrated coaching course that is specific for Cycling, which ascertains that its graduates have fulfilled the minimum criteria that entitle them to the relevant NCAP levels of coaching accreditation.
At present, SCF offers the Level 1 Integrated NCAP programme, which incorporates BOTH Theory and Practical assessments and components.
The UCI Coaching Diploma – What is it?
The UCI Coaching Diploma is the highest Cycling Coaching qualification available and requires the coach to Display excellent Coaching Skills.
It is only awarded by the UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) after an intensive course at the World Cycling Centre in Aigle, Switzerland.
There are 3 coaches in Singapore that have been awarded this Diploma. They are:
Latiff Ramlan Abdul Kenneth Wee Daniel Loy Wen Jun