Coach Education Pathway
Coach Support Worker course
This is an opportunity to get on the first rung of the coaching pathway in cricket in Cornwall, this is designed for someone who wants to assist and support a qualified coach in the organsiation and delivery of club/community based sessions, this is ideal for someone who is young (16+) and/or has a lack of sport specific knowledge but would like to support at their club.
Venue: Truro Prep school sports hall
Dates: Friday 10th and Friday 17th March 2017
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UKCC2 Certificate Courses
ECB Certificate in Coaching Children (UKCC2) - New coaches or existing UKCC1 or UKCC2/ECB L1 & L2 coaches who wish to access "child specific" coaching delivery. A rough guide is that this course is appropriate for coaches working with children under the age of 13. Candidates must be 18 years old to be assessed. You have a window of two years to complete the course with the assesment.
ECB Certificate in Coaching Children - 2016/17
Course Dates: 2nd, 9th & 16th October
Venue: Cornwall Cricket Centre
Times: 10:00 - 5:00pm
Cost: £210.00 per peson**APPLY HERE**
Club/Coach Support Environment
The Coach Education pathway begins with the Coach Support Environment:
ECB Cricket Activator - The playing of cricket will not happen without a lot of things, which are often hidden to people, being done. If you want to make cricket happen, in whatever capacity, this course is right for you, especially if you are a young person exploring various options of how you can support cricket and develop yourself personally.
A bespoke course that allows clubs or groups of individuals to plan and prepare the delivery of any cricketing event (e.g. Kwik Cricket festival)
ECB Coach Support Worker - The Coach Support Worker course is ideal for someone who wants to help and support a qualified coach in the delivery and organisation of games and sessions but may not have the time, inclination or sport specific knowledge to qualify as a coach. This vital role supports the coach in action and development of players predominantly in the club environment.
COURSE DATES 2016 - 17
There are no corses planned for the winter of 2016/17, however we are looking into running CCSW courses in Clubs in April/May 2017.
If clubs have 6 or more people wanting to attend a CCSW course we can organise a specific course, we will need a minimum of one months notice to complete the administration.
After attaining a UKCC2 level qualification, the next step on the pathway is for coaches to attend the development modules within their chosen environment (children or young people). There are three modules for each environment. Following completion of these three modules coaches can opt to attend a Diploma level assessment although the modules can also be attended as stanalone workshops.
UKCC3 - Performance Environment
At this stage of the pathway, all further courses are administered by the ECB with the next stage being the Performance Environment:
ECB Performance Coach course (UKCC3) - For coaches working in the following areas; county age group under 13 or above, Emerging Players Programme, County Academy programme, county professional programme, England Mens and Womens development programme.
The final stage on the Coach Education pathway is the elite coach environment. The ECB’s Elite Coach Development Programme consists of the Master Coach Award (UKCC LEVEL 4), which incorporates a Post Graduate Diploma in Personal and Professional Development, a range of Continuous Personal and Professional Development programmes and targeted individual support.
Which course is for you?
Let the ECB course selector help choose the right pathway for you
The ECB has developed an online course selector to help you choose the course that will best suit your needs. This valuable tool will help you identify the pathway that best fits your own unique circumstances and enable you to play your part in helping more people to enjoy playing cricket.
To use the ECB course selector, click above and follow the step-by-step guide
Note - As part of the application process, all candidates must complete a copy of a coach's profile. This profile outlines the details of the coaching work completed prior to application, as well as the coach's future anticipated work. All UKCC2 candidates are required to give details of which coaches they are intending to work with to complete their supported practice sessions. Where possible candidates will be expected to work on the district coaching programme local most local to their home town.