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2015 Review: Coach Education

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During the last quarter of 2015, ICC Academy’s Centre for Coaching Excellence educated its hundredth coach at its home in Dubai Sports City. All in one year!

One hundred coaches, from our first High Performance Coach Development Programme, an inductee from Vanuatu to coaches involved in our level one and two programmes. In addition to this, our Coaching excellence has reached the India subcontinent, with presentations to  aspiring coaches in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

At home in Dubai or abroad in Bangladesh and Colombo, the ICC Academy’s Centre for Coaching Excellence impacted over 200 coaches across various levels this calendar year.

Level 1 Coaching Programme:

In 2015, our Centre for Coaching excellence delivered Four Level 1 courses, a two day elimentary course into the world of Cricket Coaching. The four level 1 programmes includes a special course delivered for the UAE national team, upon their return from the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.

In conjunction with the Pakistan Cricket Board, the ICCA’s Centre for Coaching Excellence conducted the first level two programme.

Level 2 Coaching Programme:

In conjunction with the Pakistan Cricket Board, the ICCA’s Centre for Coaching Excellence conducted the first level two programme.

ICCA – PCB Level 2 Coach Education Experience – Tobie Forbes from ICC Academy on Vimeo.

Level 3 Coaching Programme:

Assisting the Asian Cricket Council, the ICCA’s Centre for Coaching Excellence presented a level 3 course in Bangladesh.

HIGH PERFORMANCE COACH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

Vanuatu’s Head Coach, Shane Deitz spent a week at the ICCA becoming the Centre for Coaching Excellence’s first High Performance Coach Development Programme inductee. The 12 month development “journey” creates a completely bespoke course,  featuring a blended learning experience, all scaffolded by the on line portal, the Coach’s “Companion”.

Shane Deitz shares his experience of the High Performance Coach Development Programme (HPCDP) from ICC Academy on Vimeo.

KP 24 FOUNDATION

Sixty young players from Kenya, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Australia involved in the KP24 Foundation tour to the UAE received education in basic coaching from the ICCA’s Centre for Coaching Excellence. The coach’s return back to their local communities, with the view to taking introduction to cricket programmes for young people.

 

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