The RRCA works with individual volunteer hosts from member running clubs, events, run specialty stores, and corporate clients to host RRCA Coaching Certification Level I and Level II courses.  The representative from the club, event, run specialty store, etc. must complete this form so the RRCA can gather contact information, geographic location, local goals for hosting the course, date availability, etc.

We are scheduling in-person and online courses for 2022. Courses are planned 3-6 months in advance to allow for adequate planning and promotion. Take this into consideration when completing this form.

Courses are not scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis, and applying does not guarantee your location will be selected for hosting a certification course. The RRCA works with prospective hosts and instructors with an eye on the ability to attract maximum attendees to a local, quality course location, geographic diversity of the course during a given time period, and other important considerations including membership in the RRCA.  Detailed instructions will be provided to approved course hosts once selected.

Priority scheduling is given to RRCA nonprofit running club members.

Is the organization an RRCA member?

Please Select if you would like to host an RRCA Coaching Certification Level I or Level II Course:(Required)
If you are interested in hosting both, please submit two separate hosting request forms for our record keeping purposes.

Proposed City and State location for the course to be held:(Required)

First and Last Name for Individual Responsible for Hosting Course:(Required)

Proposed dates for hosting the RRCA Coaching Certification Course:(Required)
Please provide several weekend dates in 2022. Both Level I courses and Level II In-Person Sessions take place over two consecutive days and are only hosted on Friday & Saturday or Saturday & Sunday. Please note your available dates below by month/day/year. Click the PLUS ICON to add additional date options

For example: YMCA, meeting room at a local store or business, local university, etc. We encourage hosts to find meeting space in their community that is free of charge. The space MUST be clean and professional and accommodate 35-40 people seated at tables. The room must have power and working AC/heat available as needed. Hotel space is discouraged.

Please enter a number from 5 to 40.
The RRCA requests that you have at least 12-15 people that are willing to take the course before you sign-up to host a course. Individuals wanting to host a course with not additional attendees committed will not be scheduled. RRCA provides approved hosts with priority registration before opening it up nationally to ensure your community can register in advance.

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