Guide to becoming a Level Two Coaching

Level Two Coaching Course




The Level Two Coaching Course is designed for current Level One Tenpin Bowling Coaches who wish to coach athletes at the State Representative level. Similar to the Level One Course the Level Two Course is divided into two components; theoretical and practical. The theoretical components can all be completed in the candidates own time and at home. The practical component of the course will take two (2) days and candidates will be marked as competent after the practical assessment. Unlike the Level One Course Level Two candidates can complete the necessary external courses at any time as long as they are completed within twelve (12) months of attending the Tenpin Bowling specific practical component.



Minimum Requirements

Current Level One Tenpin Bowling Coach

Current TBA Member

Candidates must be at least 17 years of age on the date all requirements of accreditation have been successfully completed. All pre-requisites may be completed before a candidate turns 17 years of age.



Level Two Accreditation Process


Follow your progress through the Level Two Accreditation Process

TBA Level Two Coaching Course Checklist

Download the checklist to keep track of your progress


Contact State Coaching Coordinator to register your interest in the Level Two Course. State Coaching Contacts
Email State Coaching Coordinator New Coach Registration Form and the course accreditation fee of $350-$500.
Coaching Resource Pack will be sent out by your State Coaching Coordinator once they have received your course accreditation fee and the necessary forms.
Theory Modules can then be studied at the candidates own time at home. The six modules make use of the candidates manual as well as the DVD resource. Candidates are required to complete the six modules before requesting their theory exam.
Request Theory Exam from your State Coaching Coordinator and complete the exam. The exam must be returned to the State Coaching Coordinator two (2) weeks prior to the scheduled practical day. The exam will then be marked and you will be notified of your result and your clearance to attend the practical day. A mark of 85% must be attained to pass. After commencing the sport-specific theory component it is recommended that candidates complete the exam within 3 months. If the candidate has not completed the exam within this timeframe they are requested to contact their State or Territory Association to register their continue intention to complete the sport-specific theory component and request an extension
Practical Coaching Day date and venue will be organised by your Course Presenter. Each candidate will be notified on the day whether they have successfully passed this part of the course.
Intermediate General Principles available through each State Department of Recreation and Sport. Check the Australian Sports Commission Calendar to see when the next course is in your State.
Senior First Aid courses can also be undertaken through your State Department of Recreation and Sport or St John's or the Red Cross.
Email State Coaching Coordinator all the completion certificates from the Intermediate General Principles and Senior First Aid to receive formal Level Two Coaching Accreditation.

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