Women & Girls Coach Support Worker Course
This is an ECB Coach Support Worker (CSW) course targeted at Women and Girls.
The course is aimed at a variety of people to give you an understanding of coaching. We are looking for players of the game, current volunteers, family members of players or females wanting to get involved in cricket. The CSW course has been heavily subsidised by Lancashire Sport from their coaching bursary through Sportivate, which has enabled us to offer this at an excellent price. This is likely to be a one off and therefore ask women and girls to take this opportunity. We hope as a direct result of this course you may go on to help at your local club.
Who Should Attend?
Females wishing to assist under the direct supervision of ECB qualified coaches in the delivery of high quality practical cricket coaching sessions within a club environment.
Commitment - Attend a 6 hour competence-based workshop
Pre-Requisites for Certification
Current CRB, Successful completion of the online Safeguarding Young Cricketers module. These are included in the course.
Aged 16 years at least to begin the course.
Our first Women and Girls Coach Support Worker course is now available and will take place at Wellfield High School, Leyland, South Ribble on Tuesday April 8th 6pm to 9pm and Tuesday April 15th 6pm to 9pm. The cost of the course has been subsidised by the “Sportivate” Coaches Bursary fund which has been granted through Lancashire Sport.
Cost of the course will be £20 per applicant.
How to book
Download an application form or book using our secure online payment method.
Secure online payment: CSW/2 - Coach Support Worker at Wellfield High School. Please complete the 3 fields below and press Add to Cart and go through secure online payment.
More details about the ECB Coach Support Worker course can be found by visiting the ECB website: http://www.ecb.co.uk/development/coach-education/.
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