To be a great coach you need passion for the sport and a commitment to assist our members to greater heights. Trampoline gymnastics is an amazing discipline to coach. Participants perform spectacular routines made up of impressive somersaults, twists and jumps. Your role is to support and develop these skills for participants to enjoy
Successful past coaches include interested parents, teachers, nursery nurses, volunteers and participants above 14 years old. Coaches at Level 1 and above can become self employed and paid for coaching services to the club.
As a coach we will support your personal journey to achieve nationally recognised British Gymnastics coaching qualifications. Whether you’ve already achieved a coaching qualification in trampolining or gymnastics and wish to progress, or are new to coaching, you can gain experience with us under the supervision of a Level 4 coach.
Trampoline Helpers Award (Junior Coach)
After completion of this one-day course, you will be able to assist in the delivery of a trampoline gymnastics session. You will understand what makes a great Helper and how you can assist your Lead Coach in delivering safe, fun and participant-centred sessions.
This course will qualify you to be an assistant coach for trampoline gymnastics.
Trampoline gymnastics is an amazing discipline to coach. Participants perform spectacular routines made up of impressive somersaults, twists and jumps. Your role is to support and develop these skills for participants to enjoy. You get to work with mixed age groups, and both male and female participants.
Many of our level 1 coaches are parents, teachers, gymnasts, or coaches of other disciplines.
As a level 2 coach you will be able to work independently to help participants develop their skills, strength and co-ordination. You are able to lead your own sessions, mentor and oversee fellow coaches, and open your own club. You can also help participants develop the skills required to compete in entry-level competitions