The Western Australian Cricket Association plays an integral role in the development of cricketers and coaches within Western Australian cricket. The WACA provides a variety of coaching courses and programs to the cricket fraternity of Western Australia.
The WACA conducts Cricket Australia endorsed courses, which are delivered centrally (at the WACA), in metropolitan zones and in country regions.
Upcoming Metropolitan Community Coach Accreditation:
Details on how to enrol for the upcoming Community Coach
(Level 1) Courses are as follows.
Please ensure that you have fulfilled the course prerequisites by registering with Cricket Coaches Australia at the following link http://coaches.cricket.com.au/introduction and completing the Introduction to Cricket online course and then register for your desired Level 1 Coaching Course below:
Regional Coaching Accreditation's:
Prior to registering online, please contact your respective Regional Cricket Officer
(details below) to inform them of your interest in undertaking the course.
The workshops are designed to provide community coaches and
representative coaches with an extended repertoire of skills, drills
and games to assist with coaching their teams.
Representative Coach (Level 2) Accreditation
This is an interactive session
where coaches will have the opportunity to practice drills & games whilst
receiving feedback on how to best deliver these key messages.
Course Dates for 2014: July 2015
Venue: WACA Ground
Enrol By: TBC
Please Note: The course will include compulsory attendance at 3 High Performance Workshops throughout the 2014/15 season.
For information about Representative Coach Accreditation, please CLICK HERE.
For a Level 2 Accreditation Form 2014, CLICK HERE
Should your application be successful, an invitation to attend the course will be extended to you. Unsuccessful applicants will be notified after the closing date. Successful applicants will then need to complete their course payment before being able to commence the course.
Should you have any inquiries please contact:
Chris Brabazon | Coach Development Coordinator
Phone: 9265 7219 | Mobile: 0430 770 807
To apply, please download the application form for the specific course. Complete the form and please include all of the relevant prerequisites that are required and send through to the relevant contact (this will all be found on the application form). If you require any additional information, please contact your local Cricket Officer.
High Performance Workshops
These workshops are
designed to provide professional development opportunities to key stakeholders
in the talented player pathway. Only coaches who have achieved Representative Coach (Level 2) Accreditation are eligble to attend these workshops.
Cricket Australia High Performance (Level Three) Coaching Accreditation
For information on the CA High Performance Coaching Accreditation please CLICK HERE
Suburbs Cricket Club is seeking a player/ coach to oversee the overall
training program and to be part of the 1st XI on match days. Specific tasks
would involve the running of trainings on Tuesdays and Thursdays at our new training
facility, direct assistant coaches, and work with the 1st XI captain to provide
direction and leadership. The ideal candidate would have playing
experience in higher district cricket and is now looking to get into
coaching. This position will give the succesful candidate the opportunity to be the Head Coach of a very large
club (13 senior teams) that is looking to turn a young playing list
into on field success.
Female Senior Coach:
Rockingham Mandurah District CC is looking for a dynamic and motivated level 2 Coach, willing and passionate to coach female cricket.
Training is Thursday evenings with possible involvement from the U18s side. There will be assistance by Aimee White (Level 2) and Ben Mculloch throughout the season as well.
We are looking at specific skill development and individual assistance for each player, building team comradely, team's skill and tactics for game day.
For more information please contact: Director of Female Cricket, Gary Crocetta