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Coach Education Programme 2013-14

Please find details of the coach education programme for anyone interested in becoming a cricket coach.

Why should you coach?

  • Make a difference – help and inspire players
  • Play a key role in the future of your cricket club
  • Gain a reputable and recognised qualification and equip yourself to coach cricket
  • Enjoy a great experience whilst learning
  • Inspire you to coach by increasing your confidence and effectiveness
  • Coach in a safe and fun way
  • Opportunity to join Coaches Association to provide you with resources and on-going support

 

ECB Coach Education has evolved…

  • Coach Certificate courses (UKCC Level 2) are now split between coaching young people & adults, or children (Under 13)
  • Diploma and Post Graduate Diploma level courses as well as CPD modules are available for coaches with existing qualifications
  • Updated content, activities, planning and delivery tools to help you effectively create safe, fun and player-centred coaching sessions
  • New online e-learning platform to log and develop your work away from the course
  • Updated HOWZAT! resource - the fully interactive coach development, planning and activity system
  • Coaches working in the Performance and Elite environments have access to cutting edge, interactive information via the Elite Coach Hub.

 

Why has the programme changed?

  • The programme has evolved and the pathway re-modelled to enhance your understanding of the needs of the players that you work with and to help you to maximise your coaching performance
  • We’ve carried out extensive research, listened to and learnt from coaches, coach-educators and players alike, to enable us to offer you top quality resources, courses and support

 

Guidance for prospective coaches

This September sees the release of the new ECB Community Coach Education courses.

Following an extensive review of the courses that sit below the Performance and Elite player environments. These new Community Coach Education courses aim to help equip coaches to work more effectively with players of differing ages and abilities.

They consist of two courses designed for coaches working with children (U13) and young people and adults (13+).

Prospective candidates are asked to consider which of the two age groups they would be more suited to coaching and then choose the appropriate course.

 

ECB Certificate in Coaching Young People and Adults’ Cricket (UKCC Level 2) - £330

Who Should Attend?

Coaches who are going to Coach Young People and Adults in ‘Open Age’ Cricket. They may be new coaches, existing UKCC1/ECB Level 1 or Children’s coaches who wish to access ‘young person and adult specific’ content.

Commitment

Coaches will be required to attend 8 x 3 Hour Modules, complete ‘off-course’ home-study ‘online E-modules’ tasks in between modules and six sessions of supported practice usually in your own Club Coaching environment.

Pre-requisites for Certification

Emergency 1st Aid Certificate, Safeguarding & Protecting Children Certificate, current CRB, aged 17 years at least to begin the course and 18 years at Assessment.

Course Code

Course Venue

Borough

Course Dates

UKCC2/YPA/1

[FULL]

LCCC, Emirates Old Trafford

Manchester

 

Trafford

Nov 24, Dec 1/8/15  2013

Final Assessment May 18 2014

 

UKCC2/YPA/2

[FULL]

Queen Elizabeth’s

Blackburn

 

Blackburn

Jan 26, Feb 2/9/16  2014

Final Assessment  June 15 2014

 

UKCC2/YPA3

[FULL]

St James, Farnworth

Bolton

 

Bolton

Mar 9/16/23/30   2014

Final Assessment June 29 2014

 

 

ECB Certificate in Coaching Children’s Cricket (UKCC Level 2) - £330

Who Should Attend?

Coaches who are going to coach Children from 6 to 13 years of age. They may be new coaches, existing UKCC1/ECB Level 1 or Young Person and Adult coaches who wish to access ‘child specific’ content.

Commitment

Coaches will be required to attend 8 x 3 Hour Modules, complete ‘off-course’ home-study ‘online E-modules’ tasks in between modules and six sessions of supported practice usually in your own Club Coaching environment.

Pre-requisites for Certification

Emergency 1st Aid Certificate, Safeguarding & Protecting Children, current CRB, aged 17 years at least to begin the course and 18 years at Assessment.

Course Code

Course Venue

Borough

Course Dates

UKCC2/CC/1

[FULL]


Myerscough College

Preston

 

Preston

Oct 27, Nov 3/10/17 2013

Final Assessment May 11  2014

 

UKCC2/CC/2

[FINISHED]

West Hill High School

Stalybridge

 

Tameside

Jan 5/12/19/26  2014

Final Assessment June 8  2014

 

UKCC2/CC3

[FULL]

St Margaret’s

Liverpool

 

Liverpool

Feb 16/23, Mar 2/9  2014

Final Assessment June 22  2014

 

 

 Coach Education Programme 2013-14 - Full Brochure (920 Kb)

 Coach Education Programme 2013-14 - Application Form (712 Kb)

 

Additional Information

What other courses will be available under the new coach education structure?

  • ECB Coach Support Worker
  • ECB Cricket Activator
  • Continuing Professional Development for Coaching Children’s Cricket
  • Continuing Professional Development for Coaching Young People and Adults' Cricket

More information about these courses can be found by looking on the ECB website: www.ecb.co.uk/development/coach-education.

 

For any questions or if you require further information please contact Shaun Anders (Coach Education & Performance Officer) on 0161 868 6853 or [email protected].

Subscribe to comments feed Comments (4 posted)

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Paul Brett 09/03/2014 00:15:15
Hi,

I am interested in taking a Level 1 in Cricket Coaching. I am based on the Wirral. Do you know of any courses coming up?

Thanks in advance,
Paul
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Shaun Anders 10/03/2014 13:27:00
Hi Paul, look on our web site for "Coach Support Worker" course, see link below, hope this helps. If you need assistance give me a call on or e-mail me at the details above.

Copy and paste this in your browser: http://www.lancashirecricket.co.uk/index.php?news=4277

Shaun Anders
Coach Education & Performance Officer
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Anne Green 09/04/2014 11:10:09
I am interested in doing the Level 1 cricket coaching. Could you please tell me if there will be a course at Myerscough College soon?

Thanking you in anticipation.

Anne Green
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Shaun Anders 11/04/2014 15:54:46
Hi Anne, we have just ran a Coach Support Worker course at Myerscough College last Sunday.
Next one planned will be in January 2015.
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