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Triathlon Coach - Development Program


TriNow are currently looking for motivated individuals who would be interested in developing a career as a Triathlon Coach.

This position is purely developmental to begin with the focus on:

Training individuals to conduct Triathlon Coaching
Providing the necessary experience and knowledge to run individual and group sessions in
          Swimming
          Cycling
          Running
          Strength
Provide an understanding and sound knowledge to support athletes with nutritional advice
Understand the importance of physiology and psychology in a sporting environment

 

 

To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate the following attributes:

A love of sports

Ability to pick up and absorb information from a range of sources

Excellent communication skills

 

Successful candidates will be provided the following support:

Fully paid for accredited Triathlon coaching course - to level 1

Fully paid national accreditation and coaches insurance

Mentoring and development program for the first year including:

Access to athelete physiological testing - VO2, Lactate Threshold etc...

Continued Tuition and support in the field of:

          Nutrition

          Cycling

          Swimming

          Running

          People Management

You will also have access to world class coaching materials and individuals

 

If you are interested please email your CV with contact details through to coach@trinow.com.au expressing why you believe this would be an opportunity for you.

 
 
 

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