Coach Registration

The UKU Coach Registration Scheme is part of the wider UKU Coaching Scheme. Benefits of becoming a Registered Coach are public liability insurance and recognition of your coaching status by the governing body. It is particularly important to become a Registered Coach if you plan to work regularly with groups of children / young people under the age of 18, but you may also want to become a Registered Coach if you intend to work regularly with adults.

With a UKU Level 1 or Level 2 coaching qualification it is possible to work in schools as an Activator without becoming a Registered Coach, this should be discussed with the school in question and may depend on the regularity and set-up of your coaching.

 

The Coach Registration Scheme has an annual fee of £40.

Registration expires on 30th September and can be renewed along with membership.

 

UK Ultimate Coach Registration includes the following benefits:

  • Formal recognition of status as UKU Registered Coach
  • Option to publish contact details on UKU website's coaching pages
  • Option to join the coaching map
  • If interested, it enables UKU to direct third parties (e.g. schools or sports development officers) to appropriate and interested coaches, on a local and regional level
  • Includes £5M public liability insurance cover
  • Resources:
    • Blank risk assessments
    • Insurance policy document
    • Incident / Injury Recording documents

Please consider the checklist below of things you will need
  • Full UK Ultimate membership
  • Valid and up-to-date First Aid qualification - click here for more info 
  • If you intend to work with children, young people or adults at risk, valid and up-to-date Safeguarding training will be required along with a DBS check from UK Ultimate - click here for more info