Key Coach Project 2021-22

The North West Cricket Union are opening the Key Coach program to include more club and school based coaches & volunteers active in cricket. This program is designed to help create a supportive environment for volunteers, parents and students get actively involved in their clubs, schools and community groups to make the game as accessible and enjoyable as possible.

We hope to activate (through this project) a ‘Key Coach’ capable of supporting their group of volunteers by implementing knowledge & overseeing the coaching process.¬†

This project will be delivered monthly, online during the ‘off season’ as an effort of front loading information to be reflected on and activated during the season.


Online Workshop Dates, Times and Content

1.Monday 8th November & repeated December/January – 7.30-9pm – Coaching Learning Environments

2.Monday 6th December – 7.30-9pm – Coaching Session Content

3.Monday 10th January – 7.30-9pm – Player Support

4.Monday 7th February – 7.30-9pm – Practice Types & Coaching Tools

5.Monday 7th March – 7.30-9pm – Coach & Session Observation


The attributes of the ‘Key Coach’ are to be Willing, Able and have or will have by next season Access NI clearance (Prescribed purpose of coaching), Coach Qualification(Any level), Coach Insurance, Basic First Aid Training (within 3 years), Safeguarding Training (within 3 years).

At this stage we hope to encourage a number of coaches in each club and allow for the sharing of workload or drop out.


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