Learning Hub

The Learning hub is the e-learning resource for all British Triathlon Coaches.

General Entry Requirements

Each course will have a set of entry requirements, that will determine eligibility of entry. The following are general requirements to all courses. If you are unsure if you meet any of these areas, please contact the coaching team to discuss.


You must hold a valid Core  or Ultimate  Home Nation membership to access courses and maintain membership for the entire course. This additionally provides insurance cover during your training, and also once you are qualified. Find out more about membership here.

Attendance on course

Learners must attend all elements of the course; this is an awarding body requirement.

With online webinars the expectation is that learners will attend all of these in person- whilst we will aim to record sessions it is not possible to guarantee this.   

Due to the way the courses are organised, it is not possible to  attend elements on different courses from that booked onto.  Missed sections may result in additional fees to complete the qualification. Full terms and conditions can be found here.

Access to a computer

Classroom elements will be delivered by zoom, whilst this can be accessed on any device, you should also consider where you will be (eg at home in a quiet space) to ensure you get the best from the sessions 

The courses resources and some assessment tasks will be available via an online resource. More details of the online resource can be found here.

All learners must be able to access a suitable internet connected device during the course. The Learning Hub can be accessed, via tablet, mac, pc and smart phones.

Safeguarding Requirements 

British Triathlon are updating our Safeguarding Training standards for Coaches and Activators in England and Wales commencing from February 2021. 

In order to safeguard our sport and our people, all coaches and activators MUST now attain and retain a UK Coaching safeguarding qualification suitable for the environment in which they lead and coach in our sport.

British Triathlon considers the safety and wellbeing of children, young people and adults at risk as central to its values.

Everyone in triathlon has a responsibility for safeguarding the welfare of children, young people and adults. Everyone who participates in Triathlon is entitled to participate in an enjoyable and safe environment.

The workshop will raise your awareness of the tell-tale signs of abuse and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching or volunteering career.

For full information : - please see here 

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