Team Managers - Youth Tour of Scotland 2019

The British Cycling North East Board wish to appoint 2 team managesr to manage the youth male and feamle teams at the Youth Tour of Scotland 5-8th April 2019. 

The Team Managesr will be responsible for:

  • The effective management of the team during the event
  • Maintaining good ongoing communication in the lead up to the event
  • Upholding a duty of care and adhering to the team manger code of conduct as published by British Cycling head office ahead of the event
  • Providing all financial costs and receipts for the event to the BCNE board
  • Reporting back to the BCNE board on the performance of the team at the event. 

Team Manager candidates must:

  • Be current British Cycling members.
  • Have a validated and up to date Enhanced DBS check with British Cycling.
  • Have passed a safeguarding and protecting children course within the last 3 years.
  • Have proven previous experience of working with young people
  • Have in depth knowledge and experience of the discipline of the event.
  • Be clear about what the “Loco Parentis” role entails and when appropriate share this with the young people selected whilst at events
  • Have knowledge of the Anti-Doping procedures
  • Respect the Rider code of conduct, and set good examples

Please email applications to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Team Managers application deadline for all events: December 31st 2019

Youth Tour of Scotland 2019 - Rider Expression of Interest

The Youth Tour of Scotland provides some of the best rider development opportunities in the youth cycling calendar and the highest standards of competition.

The race will be held the weekend 5th-8th April 2019.

A team of 4 boys and 4 girls will be selected to represent the North East region based on the following criteria:

  • Youth A boys and Youth A/B girls.
  • Must hold a valid British Cycling racing licence which states North East as the rider's region.
  • Attendance at BC Pathway Development sessions at Prissick
  • Attitude and commitment to teamwork as well as developing as a rider and competing at National Level.
  • Performance in other cycling disciplines will be considered.

Entry guidelines can be found using the following link:

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/zuvvi/media/scottishcycling/YTOS2019_Event_Entry_Information.pdf

The teams will be selected by the 3 BC coaches who attend the BC Pathway Development sessions.

To be considered for this event, riders should send a brief cycling CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by December 31st 2018.

 

 

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