Are you a first time Junior or Woolworths Cricket Blast coach?
The introduction to coaching course is an online course developed to assist community coaches by outlining important information, strategies and resources that will help to create fun and engaging learning environments where kids can enjoy the game with their friends. The course will take approximately 90 mins to 120 mins.
To complete this course, you need to first register with a Cricket ID here
Along with the introduction to coaching course, coaches are required to have downloaded the CA Coach App. Once downloaded, coaches are required to complete the Junior Coach Course (Part A) which consists of ten short modules and finalise their self-assessment. Proof of completion needs to be brought along to the course.
The CA Coach App is the perfect place to learn coaching tips and plans so you can help your child, school or club team.
Following the completion of the introduction to coaching course, coaches can sign up to a two-hour face to face practical session to upgrade their accreditation to Community Coach status.
The Community Coach Accreditation Course (formally known as Level 1) teaches coaches how to create fun and engaging learning environments for junior and senior club cricketers. It reintroduces the CA Coach App which provides an amazing array of coaching information and video content. It tests, would be coaches, on how they go about setting up coaching drills that have players solve the challenges that the game throws their way.
This coaching course is recommended to:
If you haven’t already completed the Introduction to Coaching online component, go to https://play.cricket.com.au/community/coach to register on the PlayCricket website.
The course can be completed in one sitting, or over a number of sessions and must be completed before attending the practical session.
Once completed, you will then be able to enroll in the Community Coaching Course closest to you.
A confirmation will be sent via email with all course information.
|Prerequisites:||Introduction to coaching and junior coaching course (part A) completed|
|Enrolment:||Completed prior to course commencement|
|Age:||Minimum candidate age is 13 years|
|Dress:||Wear comfortable clothing to the practical session (shorts, t-shirt, joggers)|
|Equipment||Bat, phone (with CA coach app downloaded), drink bottle|
Participants must be 13 years of age at the date of the practical day.
Successful candidates will receive:
Physical screening check:
Participants should have a personal fitness level that will enable them to physically complete the practical requirements of the course.
Participants who are unable to meet this requirement will undertake alternative activities during the practical components of the course.
Working with Children Check:
All applicants, as a condition of acceptance to a Cricket Australia NCAS course must provide a valid Working with Children Check at the time of the course.
The advance coaching modules become available to coaches who have successfully completed all components of the Community Coaching Course.
The Advanced Coaching Course is designed for junior and senior coaches who are looking to develop a deeper knowledge of coaching the game of Cricket.
The course will extend your understanding of the game, whist developing your interpersonal coaching skills and capacity to create implicate coaching environments.
The Advance Coaching Course consists of two parts. Candidates must first complete the six online modules and then register and attend a practical 7.5-hour course.
The Cricket Australia representative coaching course is designed for coaches involved in representative levels of the player pathway. This would include coaches involved in Premier Cricket Clubs, Premier/Country Academies as well as VMCU, VCCL and VSDCA representative cricket.
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