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Wheels for All Training FREE TRAINING COURSES funded by Transport for Greater Manchester Thursday Wheels for All Training FREE TRAINING COURSES funded by Transport for Greater Manchester Thursday 23. 2. 17 Bolton Wheels for All Leader 9. 30 -4. 00 Leverhulme Park Community Centre, Long Lane, BL 26 EB The Wheels for All Leader Course is accredited with Open Awards Wednesday 8. 3. 17 Tameside Wheels for All Leader 9. 30 -4. 00 Thursday 23. 3. 17 Tameside Wheels for All Maintenance – basic 9. 30 -4. 30 Thursday 30. 3. 17 Tameside Wheels for All Maintenance – advanced 9. 30 -4. 30 Tameside Cycle Circuit, 159 Richmond St, Ashton-under-Lyne OL 7 9 HG Wednesday 9. 3. 17 Rochdale Wheels for All Maintenance – basic 9. 30 -4. 30 Thursday 16. 3. 17 Rochdale Wheels for All Maintenance – advanced 9. 30 -4. 30 Wednesday 29. 3. 17 Rochdale Wheels for All Leader – 9. 30 - 4. 00 Bowlee Sports Centre, Windermere Road, Middleton M 24 4 LA Thursday 23. 3. 17 & 30. 3. 17 Stockport Wheels for All Leader 10. 00 -1. 00 (delegates must attend on the course on both half days) Woodbank Athletics Stadium, Turncroft Lane, Woodbank Pk, Stockport SK 1 4 JR I found the WFA training very interesting and interactive! I am now going to use this qualification in my local community WFA training course attendee 2013 The Wheels for All Leader course is both practical and theoretical. It includes technical information modules on the wide range of adapted cycles used, risk assessments, client assessment, instruction skills workshop, cycle development and progression through activities, session planning and delivery. The Wheels for All Maintenance course is practical and includes a range of adapted cycles. Which course is suitable for me? As a guide, book on to the Wheels for All basic level for an introduction to maintenance of the adapted cycles and on to the advanced level if you maintain your own cycle. Who is the training aimed at? Teachers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, health professionals, physical activity leaders, care workers, support workers, community volunteers, parents. What am I qualified to do? To deliver inclusive cycling activities for people with disabilities and differing needs For more information about the training and to book a place on the course. Limited places available. Please contact Hermine Briffa on 01925 234213 - [email protected] org. uk Cycling Projects, 3 Priory Court, Buttermarket St, Warrington, WA 1 2 NP. www. cycling. org. uk Company limited by guarantee Reg No. 2618968. Charity No. 1003309