2015/2016 Coach Education Courses

The current Level 2 courses are now complete. The 2016.17 courses will appear on this webpage later in 2016. The details below are for information purposes only and may be subject to amendment:

 jonathan.mears@devoncricket.co.uk

APPLICATION FORM

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Courses will be restricted to 18 candidates. Applications will not be on a first come basis
but will be subject to approval. The application form can be downloaded from the link above.
Applications should state the course fee (including any proposed DSCT membership number and discount).

YPA COURSE APPLICATION PROCESS NOW CLOSED.

CCC COURSE APPLICATION PROCESS NOW CLOSED

Please return Application Forms and all other documentation to
Jonathan Mears, 55 Sherford Road, Plymouth PL9 8BP
or jonathan.mears@devoncricket.co.uk

 

Coaching Children Environment

ECB Certificate in Coaching Children’s Cricket (UKCC Level 2).

Coaching children is a challenging and enormously rewarding role within the coaching pathway. Players need expertise, support and passion at every level of their development; this course is designed with your players' needs at its core.

In turn, the experiences, tasks, practices and sharing of ideas which you experience during the course are design to help equip you with the tools you need to meet your players' needs.

Just as players learn quickly, so do coaches. The challenge for all coaches is to learn as they develop, just as players do.

Who Should Attend? Candidates who are going to Coach Children from 6 to 13 years of age. They may be new coaches, existing UKCC1/ECB L1 or Young Person and Adult coaches who wish to access ‘child specific’ content

Commitment: Candidates will be required to attend 8 x 3 Hour Modules, complete ‘off-course’ home-study ‘online E-modules’ tasks in between modules and six sessions of supported practice usually in your own Club Coaching environment. *Emergency 1st Aid Course will form part of the course modules. Candidates will also be expected to apply to join the ECBCA; the application form forms part of the Course application form. As a result of applying to join the ECBCA you will be covered by their Insurance for your supported practice. You will not become an ECBCA member however until you have met all the necessary criteria to pass the course and the ECBCA will not set up you standing order or cash your cheque until you have met this criteria either.

Pre-requisites for Certification: Emergency 1st Aid Certificate*, Safeguarding & Protecting Children (online as part of the course), current DBS**, aged 17 years at least to begin the course and should be 18 years at Assessment (if however you are not 18 years old at the time of the assessment and pass, then you will not receive certification/qualification until you are 18 years old). 


Venue: Indoor Cricket Centre, University of Exeter Sports Hall, Stocker Road, Exeter, Devon EX4 4QN


Dates: Modules 1 & 2; Modules 3 & 4; Modules 5 & 6 and Modules 7 plus First Aid


Time: 09.00 until 16.00


** If you do not have a current CRB or DBS then subject to the provision of the necessary documentation application can be made when attending your Course. 

Cost £*** Cost includes an Emergency 1st Aid Course (if you have a current valid 1st Aid Certificate which is acceptable, a copy of which should be presented with your application, you will not need to attend this part of the course). If you are a member of the David Shepherd Cricket Trust (see below) and are a member of a Devon cricket club where you will be coaching in the summer 2016 then upon application you should be entitled to a £100.00 discount off the full course fee. There will be no additional discount if you have a valid 1st Aid Certificate. Please see the application form.

Coaching Young People and Adults Environment

ECB Certificate in Coaching Young People and Adults’ Cricket (UKCC Level 2)

Coaching young people and adults is a challenging and enormously rewarding role within the coaching pathway. Players need expertise, support and passion at every level of their development; this course is designed with your player’s needs at its core. In turn, the experiences, tasks, practices and sharing of ideas which you experience during the course are design to help equip you with the tools you need to meet your players' needs. Just as players learn quickly, so do coaches. The challenge for all coaches is to learn as they develop, just as players do.

Who Should Attend?
Candidates who are going to Coach Young People and Adults in ‘Open Age’ Cricket 13/14 years of age+. They may be new coaches (although it is beneficial and preferred if you have cricket experience and knowledge), existing UKCC1/ ECB L1 or Childrens' coaches who wish to access ‘young person and adult specific’ content.

Commitment: Coaches will be required to attend 8 x 3 Hour Modules, complete ‘off-course’ home-study ‘online E-modules’ tasks in between modules and six sessions of supported practice usually in your own Club Coaching environment.*Emergency 1st Aid Course will form part of the course modules. Candidates will also be expected to apply to join the ECBCA; the application form forms part of the Course application form. As a result of applying to join the ECBCA you will be covered by their Insurance for your supported practice. You will not become an ECBCA member however until you have met all the necessary criteria to pass the course and the ECBCA will not set up you standing order or cash your cheque until you have met this criteria either.

Pre-requisites for Certification: Emergency 1st Aid Certificate*, Safeguarding & Protecting Children (online as part of the course), current DBS**, aged 17 years at least to begin the course and should be 18 years at Assessment (if you are not 18 years old at the time of the assessment and pass, then you will not receive certification/qualification until you are 18 years old).


Venue: Indoor Cricket Centre, University of Exeter Sports Hall, Stocker Road, Exeter, Devon EX4 4QN

Dates: Modules 1 & 2; Modules 3 & 4; Modules 5 & 6 and Modules 7 plus First Aid


Time: 09.00 until 16.00


** If you do not have a current CRB or DBS then subject to the provision of the necessary documentation application can be made when attending your Course. 

 


Cost £*** Cost includes an Emergency 1st Aid Course (if you have a current valid 1st Aid Certificate which is acceptable, a copy of which should be presented with your application, you will not need to attend this part of the course). If you are a member of the David Shepherd Cricket Trust (see below) and are a member of a Devon cricket club where you will be coaching in the summer 2016 then upon application you should be entitled to a £100.00 discount off the full course fee. There will be no additional discount if you have a valid 1st Aid Certificate. Please see the application form.

*** The David Shepherd Cricket Trust has very kindly agreed again to support candidates who attend a Devon Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Children's Cricket or Certificate in Coaching Young People & Adults' Cricket Course on the understanding that the candidate is a current member of the Trust and in the 2016 season will be working in a Devon Club and their Youth section. Course candidates must provide details of their Trust membership number and details of the Club that they are affiliated to / member of and will be working with in the 2016 season to Jonathan Mears before their course commences. If Candidates are not already members of the Trust then they should apply for Trust membership (£10.00pa) before their course starts to receive the £100.00 discount off the full course cost!

To join the David Shepherd Cricket Trust please follow this link  http://www.dsct111.org.uk/ 

Devon Cricket Coach Education is very grateful to the David Shepherd Cricket Trust for this very generous support of Devon Cricket and Coaching in particular.







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