ECB Support Coach
The ECB Support Coach programme has been designed to give learners the knowledge, skills and confidence to support qualified coaches and enhance player experience.
An ECB Support Coach is not qualified to lead coaching sessions independently and therefore must be supervised by a qualified cricket coach.
The Support Coach course is ideal for those looking to assist coaches at clubs, volunteers, parent helpers and young players looking to take their first steps towards coaching.
ECB Support Coach Course Guide
The programme consists of three modules in total; two bite sized e-learning modules are integrated with one face-to-face module.
•Supporting coaches and players
•Communicating with coaches and players
•Supporting fielding, bowling, and batting
Pre-Requisites: A current ECB DBS (or overseas equivalent) and ECB Safeguarding for Coaches and Activators certificate (these not required before attending the course).
Minimum Age: 16 to attend the course
Commitment: 2 e-Learning modules (15 mins approx.) and 3-hour face-to-face module
Certification: Certificates are issued by the ECB upon completion of the pre-requisites, attendance at module 2, and passing Multiple-Choice Questionnaire (part of e-Learning)