The Support Coach has been designed to give learners the knowledge, skills and confidence to support qualified coaches and enhance player experience. An ECB Support Coach is not qualified to lead coaching sessions independently and therefore must be supervised by a qualified cricket coach.
The programme consists of three modules in total. Two e-learning modules are integrated with one face-to-face module. Each e-learning module takes around 15 minutes to complete with the face to face module running for 3 hours.
- Module 1 – Introducing ECB Support Coach – e-learning module
- Module 2 – Supporting coaching – face to face module
- Module 3 – Being an ECB Support Coach – e-learning module
This course can be delivered at the college and would cost £40 per participant.
The National Programmes activator training will provide students with the fundamentals to delivery National Programmes. Students will be given opportunities to support clubs, support a club or sessions in the community who run national programmes and session in the community.
- Online Webinar (approx. 1 hour)
- Face to Face Training (approx. 2/3 hours)
- Online Training Module (approx. 1 hour)
This course is free.
Our Inclusive Training course is a four-hour module that offers students the opportunity to receive disability awareness training. The course explores theory first, covering:
- Current disability sport landscape
- The Need
- Medical vs. Social Model of Disability
- Different Impairment Groups
- The Inclusion Spectrum
We then focus on practical application of the theory, with tips and ideas on delivering fun and inclusive cricket activities. We also cover Table Cricket – A fully accessible version of the game for players with profound and multiple disabilities.
Further information coming soon…