Details on how to register for an upcoming Community Coach Accreditation can be found
Upcoming Metropolitan Community Coach Accreditation:
Please register for your desired Coaching Course below:
Please note: The Introduction to Cricket Online component must be completed prior to registering for a Community Coaching Course. If you are having any issues with the registration process, please contact:
Lindsay Flinn - Coach Development Coordinator
Upcoming Regional Community Coaching Accreditation's:
Please register for your desired coaching course, listed below, by following the instructions HERE
Please note: The Introduction to Cricket Online component must be completed prior to registering for a Community Coaching Course.
Metro Community Coaching Workshops 2015/16:
These free workshops are designed to provide Community Coaches and Representative Coaches with an extended repertoire of skills, activities and games to assist in challenging their players to progress along the Australian Cricket Pathway.
These workshops are interactive and each coach may bring two players to each workshop to participate in the various activities. Accredited Community Coaches may attend any of these free workshops, however they must register online via the adjacent links below prior to the session.
- Scoring Runs – learn how to teach your players to score runs, off the front and back foot and how to stay in.
- Taking Wickets – learn how to teach your players how to take wickets and save runs by bowling pace and spin, the latest catching and throwing approaches including wicket keeping specialties.
- Leading the Game – learn how to coach your captain to make decisions in response to the game situation and how to create leaders within the playing group.
- Inclusive Clubs & Coaches - This community workshop is the first of it’s kind that the WACA have held. It revolves around how to coach players that may have a disability or level of impairment, as well as tips for both coaches and clubs as to how to make their on and off field environments as inclusive as possible for all who would like to be involved in their cricket club.
Regional Community Coaching Workshops 2015/16:
Representative Coach Accreditation
Course Dates: July 16th & 17th 2016
Venue: WACA Ground
Applications Close: June 10th 2016
Post Course Requirements: The course includes an extensive theory component as well as compulsory attendance at Representative Coaching Workshops throughout the 2016/17 season.
Please Note: Preference will be given to coaches who are involved at Junior or Senior Premier Cricket Clubs.
For information about the Representative Coach Accreditation, please CLICK HERE
Expressions of interest for the Representative Coach Accreditation course can be submitted via the Cricket Coaches Australia website. CLICK HERE
Representative Coaching Workshops
These workshops are designed to provide professional development to key stakeholders in the talented player pathway. Only coaches who are undergoing the Representative Coach Accreditation, or coaches that already hold this accreditation and are currently coaching at a representative level, are eligible to attend these workshops. The workshop information will be sent directly to the relevant coaches.
Cricket Australia High Performance Coach Accreditation
For information on the CA High Performance Coach Accreditation please CLICK HERE
High Performance Workshops
These workshops are designed to provide targeted professional development opportunities to High Performance Coaches.
Coaches must have achieved their High Performance Coach accreditation to attend and/or be Head Coaches at senior Premier clubs.
Attendance at these workshops is by invitation only.
Should you require any further information on Coach Development in WA, please contact:
Chris Brabazon | Coach Development Manager
For more information on Coaching Vacancies, please CLICK HERE
Claremont Nedlands Cricket Club - Senior Coach