Jon started his coaching career nearly 20 years ago in the swimming world, coaching swimmers to County and National finals. During this time Jon progressed into triathlon both as a competitor and coach, attaining BTA Level 3 Club Coach.
His first triathlon was in London in 1998 and has since raced up to Half Distance IM and achieved GB age group qualification for Sprint and Olympic distances.
Jon has been Head Coach of CPT for 12 years for both the adult and junior sections of the Club and has seen membership rise from 40 members in 2000 to well over 200 currently. He is happy coaching novices through to GB age groupers and one of his major strengths is making sure everyone gets the best out of the training session, whatever their ability.
Jon was awarded London Region Triathlon Junior Coach of the year in 2010 and 2011 and is currently lead coach for the junior London Talent Squad.
Jon also works for the London Region as a Club Mentor, Tutor and Assessor for the BTF in Level 1 and 2 coaching awards.
- ASA Teacher Certificate for Swimming
- NVQ Sport & Recreation Level 2; Coaching & Activity Delivery (Adult & Children)
- ASA Water polo Coaches Certificate
- ASA Club Coaches Certificate for Swimming
- Fitness Instruction & Personal Training
- Fitness Assessment & Health Appraisal
- BTA Level 3 Club Coach
1st 4sport Level 3 award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong learning sector
- 1st 4sport Level 3 award in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement
- RLSS Rescue Test for Teachers 2012
- St John Ambulance Sports First Aid 2011 – 2014
A love for fitness led to a career change and in 2006 Audrey qualified as a Level 4 Personal Trainer (specialising in Cardiac Rehabilitation) and now Audrey is a Level 3 Triathlon Coach; BTF Coaching Mentor; Level 2 British Cycling Coach: UK Athletics Coach in Running Fitness and has competed events ranging from super sprint to middle distance triathlons, aquathlons, Breca Swim Run, 5k runs up to half marathons and a number of sportives in England Scotland and Wales. Audrey started Triathlon coaching in 2008 and currently coach GB Age Groupers (European and Worlds), high performance Juniors in the London Region, Paratriathletes, novices (and anything in between). Audrey coaches adults and juniors at two local triathlon clubs as well as running a local junior after school triathlon club. Audrey is able to offer 1:1 remote and face to face coaching.
In 2017 and 2015 Audrey was awarded the London Region Children’s Coach of the Year. Audrey is also an ITU Technical Official; volunteer on the London Region Triathlon Committee as the Coaching Coordinator and is on the TE Council. Audrey’s experiences and background in health/fitness/strength and conditioning helps her to understand the needs of the athlete at all levels and to provide bespoke training plans.
Having competed in the first London Triathlon in 1984 and been a member of the club almost since its inception I thought it was a good time to take a step into the world of coaching. I hope I can pass on some of my skills and experience to members of both senior and junior sections of the club.
I have taken part in various events including Ironman and my daughter Abi is an active member of the junior section.
Harry has been a member of CPT since 2007 which has seen him progress through our wonderful junior club and into our adult section!
With over half a lifetime of triathlon knowledge, if you come down to a session coached by Harry, you know you’re in very capable hands and are in for a great evening of entertainment!
Emma is one of CPT’s newer coaches on the scene but that doesn’t mean she lacks experience oh no!
Emma usually leads our run session on Wednesdays and our members just love her positive energy! From basic running elements of posture and arm driving to focussing on your foot striking and cadence, Emma will be there to give you the guidance you need!