Coaching Practice & Personal Development
Whether you are a volunteer or paid and whether your title is activator, coach, instructor or leader, it is important to develop your skills and understand what it means to be a good coach. The following pages have masses of useful background, from understanding what's involved in taking a Level 1 qualification to tips and guides for new techniques.
Regardless of the level at which you're coaching, the Code of Practice for Sports Coaches applies to you.
The following resources will support your development and feed your passion for coaching.
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Coaching Edge article: Leaving the Crease: From Player to Coach
Having taken just short of 1000 wickets in all competitions as an opening bowler for Lancashire, Peter Martin is well equipped to talk cricket. Here, he details his early years of coaching at Old Trafford after bringing down the curtain on his playing days.