Delegates have 2 years from the start date of their Level 2 Coaching Course to be
certificated- If they do not meet the pre-requisites within 2 years, they are considered as ‘Out of Time’
and have one of three options;
1. Re-do the Level 2 Coaching Course from scratch. This is the most seamless option as it reduces
administration significantly for both the ECB as well as the CCB.
2. Make a request for ‘Special Consideration’ directly to 1st4Sport, through the reasonable adjustment/special consideration form (the Athena system is no longer used). This is
only applicable for extenuating circumstances such as a medical condition/ when assessment has not been possible).
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as 1st4Sport grant you a special consideration as there is a manual process on CRM to undergo.
are considered on a case-by-case basis.
3. Re-register on to a current like-for-like Level 2 Coaching Course (i.e. YPA or CC) by filling in a re-registration form which is available to download at the bottom of this article. The document gives step by step instructions, which needs to be followed chronologically.
Please use your discretion when advising a delegate of their options. For example, if the delegate failed most of their pre-requisites including their E-Learning and assessment competency, then ideally, they
should be starting the course again from scratch. Whereas a delegate not making a DBS application in
time would be advised that re-registration is an option.
Re-registration is a wholly manual process, so the learner does not need to be signed up through the normal channels (signing up through CVENT etc).
The learner must be enrolled on to a like-for-like course (so if they were originally on a 1st4sport Coaching Children’s Cricket course they must be re-registered against a current 1st4sport Coaching Children’s Cricket course). If the learner did a 1st4sport Coaching Cricket course, then this no longer exists, so they will need to be re-registered on to either a 1st4sport Coaching Children’s Cricket course or a 1st4sport Coaching Young People and Adult’s course according to the type of Coaching they are required to perform.
If you do not have a new Level 2 course running, this is not an issue, so long as you have a Level 2 course that is still within its 2-year time limit. Just be mindful that if the learner has the majority of pre-requisites to complete, then it would be wise to choose a Level 2 course that still has more than a few months on it, to allow the learner enough time to complete all pre-requisites. If the learner has all pre-requisites completed, then as long as there’s a couple of months left on the course, this should be enough time to complete the re-registration. As it’s a wholly manual process, bear in mind that if it’s a busier time of year, 1st4sport may need some time to process / complete the re-registration – so minimum 3 months is a safe bet.
The County (that the learner did the original course through) needs to fill in a new re-registration form and complete Step 1 & 2 before sending onto 1st4sport (which is considered Step 3). 1st4sport will then complete Step 4 by re-registering the learner at a cost of approximately £47.
The County then needs to complete Step 5 (which confirms all pre-requisites are met/valid) and send the form to the Coach Education team (email@example.com) so that we can complete Step 6.
Please find attached the most up to date version of the Level 2 re-registration form and ensure you follow the form step by step.
If you have any questions, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org