Trainer’s Course Level 1 & 2
Most school children in Singapore have to attend compulsory swim lessons and in the process water survival skills are imparted by swimming instructors. The idea of imparting traffic survival skills to all school children through cycling sparked the development of the Singapore Cycle Safe (Level 1 – 4) Programme in 2014 by former national cyclist Samuel Yang, whose current employer is the Singapore Cycling Federation. The Cycle Safe programme aims to impart a life-long skill to impact the wider community in Singapore. The programme which will be delivered through the use of educational talks and practical cycle skill sessions will also aim to create more jobs in the industry.
The outcome this programme hopes to achieve is for every participant that goes through the programme will be aware of traffic safety, and through the skills session be competent to safely ride a bicycle in Singapore.
Level 1 to 4 Programme
Four (4) varying levels were developed to meet Singapore’s infrastructure for cyclists. The overview of Level 1 to 4 are as follows:
The Level 1 to 4 programme will primarily be delivered through practical sessions with short theory explanations. At the end of each of the 4 levels, skills competency will be assessed.
Singapore Cycle Safe Programme – Trainer’s course Level 1 & 2 pre-requisites
The Trainer’s Course Level 1 & 2 plans to equip you with the skills necessary to conduct the Singapore Cycle Safe (Level 1 & 2) Programme.
At the end of the Trainer’s course (Level 1 & 2), Trainers are to be able to confidently plan, conduct, and review all sessions safely by conducting the appropriate risk assessments. In addition all Trainers will be able to deliver educational safety talks.
The pre-requisites for the Trainer’s Course Level 1 – 2 are as follows:
- Any of the following: Bachelor of Education, Diploma or Degree in Sports Science/Sports Coaching, Level 1 Coaching certification of any Sport. Others with evidence of coaching/teaching/instructing in an existing sports setting maybe considered (i.e. Outward Bound Singapore Instructor, Fitness Instructor etc).
- 18 years of age and above
- Possess a valid standard first aid certification
- Demonstrate the basic competency of riding a bicycle safely through a 10 meter straight line course.
Plan and conduct a training session
Plan and conduct a safety talk
Risk Assessment and Management plan
30 hours practical attachment post course
S$150.00 per pax
Singapore Sports Hub
Wednesday 12th October 2016, 8am to 4pm
Thursday 13th October 2016, 8am to 6pm
Please submit the registration form and the following documents before 5th October 2016 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org :
- Resume / CV
- Coaching certification
- First Aid certification
- NRIC / Passport
Please pay by crossed cheque drawn in favour of “Singapore Cycling Federation”, or pay by fund transfer with payment details to:
OCBC North Branch
Account No: 629-600974-001
Minimum number of Participants
This course will only run if there are 18 or more participants with a maximum class size of 25 participants.
Mr Azhar Yusof is a lecturer in the Physical Education & Sports Science (PESS) Academic Group at the National Institute of Education (NIE), with a Master in Science Degree in Exercise & Sports Studies from NIE/NTU