Core CoachThe ECB Core Coach programme is an entry level qualification for coaching cricket in England and Wales and replaces the Level 2.
The programme is a blend of e-learning and face-to-face modules led by ECB Coach Developers will explore the player-centred planning process, player development, the skills you can help players to develop and how you can learn from your experiences.
An ECB Core Coach will be qualified to lead coaching sessions independently and without supervision. The course is made up of 8 face-to-face modules (highlighted in orange) lasting three hours each and 6 bitesize e-learning modules (in blue).
Who is it for?
Anyone aged 17 and over wishing to become qualified to coach cricket, inspire and develop players and make a difference to the game.
Experience of playing or coaching cricket is desirable but not essential when applying for this programme.
- Eight face-to-face modules lasting three hours each, including two observed coaching opportunities
- Six bitesize e-learning modules lasting 15-20 minutes each
- Multiple choice question assessment
- Short answer question assessment
Pre-requisites for certification
- 18 years of age
- Valid safeguarding training e.g. Safeguarding Young Cricketers
- Valid ECB DBS
For more information, please contact Gareth Dawson Workforce Development Officer.
Book a Core Coach Course
|Stroud High School||FEMALE ONLY||Sundays - October 8th, 15th 22nd & 29th||9am-5pm||£300||book|
|University of Glos, Oxstalls||Open||Sundays - November 5th, 12th & 19th and December 3rd||9am-5pm||£300||Book|
|Archway School||Open||Saturdays - January 27th, February 3rd & 17th and March 2nd||12pm - 6.30pm||£300||Book|
|Seat Unique Stadium, Bristol||Open||Saturdays- February 10th, 24th & March 23rd and 30th||9am-5pm||£300||Book|
Gareth Dawson / Workforce Development Officer
Additionally, he will support the Gloucestershire Association of Cricket Officials (GACO) in developing an Officials Strategy that aims to grow the number of officials across the game. Increase the number of courses that are available to potential officials and work with GACO to transition volunteers from ‘course takers’ to ‘standing officials’.
Support the Gloucestershire Grounds Association in developing a programme of activity that supports ground staff across each year. Coordinate and manage both national and local Reward and Recognition events for all groups of volunteers. On top of practical delivery in schools, he will work with teachers to enhance their cricket delivery and work with universities/colleges to provide opportunities for students to gain qualifications and coaching experience.
Gareth is a Liverpool FC fan, a big follower of cricket around the world and plays his cricket at Hatherley & Reddings.