The England Boxing Level 2 Coaching Course is for fully registered England Boxing Level 1 Coaches, that have held the latter qualification for a minimum of 12 months.
The qualification is the minimum award that permits the supervision of sparring within boxing gymnasiums, and it is also the first step towards the England Boxing Level 3 Coaching Award and the Talent Pathway within England Boxing.
Coaches cannot attend the Level 2 Coaching Course until all of the below criteria is met:
- The coach is registered as a member of an England Boxing-affiliated club and has held a Level 1 Coaching lanyard for a minimum of 12 months.
- The coach has an in-date Safeguarding and First Aid certificate that is recorded on the England Boxing Vault
- The coach has a valid DBS certificate that is recorded on the England Boxing National Database and is on the England Boxing Vault.
Level 2 Progression Workshops (Online)
England Boxing is now offering Level 2 Progression Workshops, which have been set up during the Coronavirus Pandemic for fully registered England Boxing Level 2 coaches who are keen to take the next step.
The online workshops are a good way of evidencing the kind of continuous professional development (CPD) that is needed to be selected to take part in the England Boxing Level 3 coaching course, as well as helping to add to a Level 2 coach’s existing skillset.
Workshops on three key areas are currently available:
- Club Coach Leader
- Competition Lead Coach
- Integration and Applied Sport Science.
For more details on the courses, click here. To register for a workshop you must be a current Level 2 boxing coach. Dates are outlined at the bottom of this page. The cost to attend each workshop is £20 (20 participants max per workshop).
You can register and secure your place by clicking here, or by clicking on the ‘book a course here’ link at the bottom of the page.
There is no pass/fail criteria for these workshops, although you must be engaged and willing to contribute to demonstrate your understanding.
Where and when are Level 2 coaching courses being held?
Please see the list below to find out the courses we have available for you to book on to at present, or you can search by postcode using the course finder. If there is no course advertised in your region, England Boxing welcome you to book a course in any other region. All courses are advertised until they become fully booked.
Delegates can book onto any course in any region
All courses are £160 and run over four days. Payment must be made at the time of booking via debit or credit card, with payment securing the delegate’s place on the course.
The delegate will receive a payment confirmation email after booking. Pre course information will then be sent from England Boxing within 72 hours of the start of the course.
What if I need to cancel or change my course booking?
England Boxing ask that seven days notice is given, in writing, if a participant is no longer able to attend a course. A refund or transfer to another course can then be arranged.
Cancellations/Transfers required after the seven days notice period are only accepted should there be a change in the participants health/medical circumstances. A medical note/written evidence will be required in order for this to be processed.
Please put all cancellation requests in writing to email@example.com
What to expect on your first day?
On the first day of the course, the delegate will receive a Level 2 coaching course manual. The course will run from 9am – 5pm unless otherwise stated.
Please bring sporting clothes, pads and gloves to each session, coaching handbooks will be given to delegates at the venue. We also advise delegates to bring their own packed lunch as catering is not always provided.
What happens once I’ve passed?
Please note that upon successfully completing the Level 2 Coaching Course you will only receive a Level 2 Coaching certificate and lanyard if the following have been secured/completed.
- Registration as a member of an England Boxing-affiliated club and holder of the current season’s Level 1 coaching lanyard
- An in-date Safeguarding and First Aid certificate on the vault
- A valid DBS certificate that is recorded on the national database and is on The Vault.
What happens if a coach fails a England Boxing Level 2 Course… does this count towards the Level 1 Refresher?
If a coach does not pass the England Boxing Level 2 course, they will be able to use this as credit to act as an alternative to the England Boxing Level 1 Refresher course. However, there are conditions to this:
During the Level 2 Course, the coach needs to demonstrate (which relates to the current Level 1 Refresher):
- Understand the role of the coach
- Conduct safe activities
- Evaluate activities and own coaching practice
If the Coach Educator identifies or observes aspects relating to safety, professional attitude or safeguarding that they are not satisfied with, the coach candidate will have to attend the England Boxing Level 1 Refresher. Should you need to take the England Boxing Level 1 Refresher, you will be notified.
Upcoming courses and how to book
You can find current level two coaching courses available detailed below, and you can also search for them by postcode in our course finder.
You can book a course by click on the relevant course and clicking on the booking link in the column on the right hand side, or by using the button at the bottom of this page.
Delegates can book onto any course in any region.