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NCAP Technical (Level 1) Course Results November 2012

The results of the NCAP Technical (Level 1) Course held on 24 & 25 November 2012 and 1, 2 & 9 December 2012 at the STF National Training Centre are attached.

Those participants who are successful are required to complete 3 months (twice a week) or 6 months (once a week) of practical coaching attachment. Trainee coaches can have their choice of schools or clubs approved by the STF for their attachment.

Form A must be returned to the STF at least two (2) weeks before they start their coaching attachment. Attachment without prior approval of STF will not be accepted.

Form B is for trainee coaches to record their attendance. It must be counter-signed by their respective club officials.

The two forms are available in the ‘Forms’ folder under the upper left bar on the STF website homepage.

On receipt of the completed Form B, the STF will issue certificates to coaches only after having satisfied that the coaches have fulfilled their obligations.

Practical attachment must be complete within 2 years of the announcement of the results. After that, the results will be considered null and void.

Please read the following important notes pertaining to the retest.

  • A retest will be conducted on Saturday 12 January 2013 at the National Training Centre (NTC) for those who fail either the theory, practical or both components or pledge.  Theory retest will begin at 5.00pm followed by practical at 5.45pm.
  • Those who are interested must register for the retest by Thursday 10 January 2013. The registration fee is $20 per component. On the spot registration for the retest is $30 per component.
  • Those who received a provisional pass in the practical component are only required to submit a new lesson plan. Otherwise, they would be considered as failing the course.  The review fee for provisional pass is $5.
  • Candidates for the practical retest are required to bring along a new lesson plan.
  • Participants are advised to read their notes to prepare for the theory retest.

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