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Coach Development Courses

ECB Foundation I Coach

ECB Foundation I Coach is a new coach development programme and qualification that has been created to help more people take their first steps into coaching cricket.

This programme has been designed to give learners the knowledge, skills and confidence to coach cricket sessions that are active, purposeful, enjoyable and safe.

An ECB Foundation I Coach will be qualified to lead coaching sessions independently and without supervision.

It is now the entry level qualification required to coach cricket.

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Who is it for?

Anyone aged 17 and over wishing to become qualified to coach cricket, inspire players and make a difference to the game.

Commitment

Pre-requisites for certification

Upcoming ECB Foundation I Coach programmes

ECB Foundation 1 Coach - Middlesex 1 | FULLY BOOKED

Dates: 16th January & 6th February 10am - 4:30pm daily.

Venue: Middlesex Indoor School, East End Road, Finchley N3 2TA

ECB Foundation 1 Coach - Middlesex 2 | FULLY BOOKED

Dates: 20th February & 13th March 10am - 4:30pm daily.

Venue: Middlesex Indoor School, East End Road, Finchley N3 2TA


2021 Coach Development Course dates:

UKCC2 Certificate in Coaching Young People & Adults (YPA) | FULLY BOOKED

Dates: 23rd January, 30th January & 13th February 10am - 4:30pm daily.

Venue: Middlesex Indoor School, East End Road, Finchley N3 2TA


UKCC2 Certificate in Coaching Children's Cricket | FULLY BOOKED

Dates: 27th February, 6th March & 20th March 10am - 4:30pm daily.

Venue: Middlesex Indoor School, East End Road, Finchley N3 2TA


UKCC2 Assessments

Please note, all three dates of the course and an assessment must be completed to gain certification. Candidates must ensure the supported practice elements of the qualification are completed in their club / community environments before attending an assessment.


For coaches requiring an online Safeguarding Young Cricketers course link or Club Welfare Officers requiring a Safeguarding Protecting Children course, please contact the Middlesex County Welfare Officer – Sharon Eyers at [email protected]

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