ECB Continual Professional Development Workshops

Coaches who have completed either the ECB Coaching Children’s Cricket, ECB Coaching Young People and Adults’ Cricket courses (or an older UKCC or ECB coaching qualification) and have gained sufficient experience through working with players in these areas, should next consider attending the Continual Professional Development Workshops.

Picture1These workshops are designed to act as “stepping stones” for individuals who wish to work towards being assessed for the new Coaching Diploma.  However, coaches can also opt to access the workshops as standalone CPD (Continual Professional Development) sessions. A certificate of attendance will be issued for each workshop attended.

ECB Coaching Young People and Adults Cricket CPD

CISECB Performance and Video Analysis – Sunday 12th March 2017 9-12pm at Brooksby Melton College

ECB Training Methods and Interventions – Sunday 12th March 2017 1-4pm at Brooksby Melton College

ECB Coaching Teams – Sunday 26th March 2017 1-4pm at Brooksby Melton College

ECB Coaching Children’s Cricket CPD

CSWECB Game Based Learning- Sunday 26th February 2017 9-12 at Brooksby Melton College

ECB Creating the Learning Climate for Children – Sunday 26th February 2017 1-4pm at Brooksby Melton College

ECB Skill Development for Children- Sunday 26th March 2017 9-12pm at Brooksby Melton College

The cost of each course is £30, but if you are member of the Leicestershire and Rutland Coaches Association (CA) you will get £5 off each CPD course you attend. We will need your CA number and we will confirm your membership from our records we have from ECB CA.

CLOSING DATE for these courses are Friday 27th January 2017

To apply for this course please complete the Application Form Here and return by email to Steve Benson or post to Steve Benson LCCC, Fischer County Ground, Grace Road, Leicester LE28AD.Places are on a first come first served basis and places cannot be reserved without payment.

ECB Coaching Young People and Adults’ Cricket CPD (Continual Professional Development)

CPD Workshops

The three CPD workshops within the Young People and Adults environment are:

ECB Coaching Teams

  • A coach of young people and adults cricket is often responsible for team preparation, practice and strategy throughout the season.
  • This workshop explores in-season practices and the coach’s role before, during and after a game.
  • Coaches will also consider their relationship with the captain

ECB Performance and Video Analysis

  • Understanding a player’s needs is key to supporting their development.
  • This workshop will explore and apply performance and video analysis in practice and competitive situations.
  • Coaches will understand how skill development can be supported and enhanced by performance and video analysis.

ECB Training Interventions and Methods

  • Adaptable and flexible skills allow players to meet the changing demands of the game.
  • Designing appropriate practices that meet players’ needs is essential for enhancing game-specific skills.
  • This workshop will allow coaches to create and share inspiring groupbased training interventions and methods for young people and adults within a club environment.

Commitment

Each workshop is designed to run over one, three-hour face-to-face module supported by e-learning.

Diploma

The Diploma is a qualification that can be attained following completion of the three workshops. It is ran on a regional level and is still under development by the ECB.

ECB Coaching Childrens Cricket CPD (Continual Professional Development)

CPD Workshops

The three CPD workshops within the Child Coach environment are:

ECB Creating the Learning Climate for Children

  • The coach is key to creating a positive experience for children within a club.
  • This workshop considers the coach’s role in creating an environment that allows players to learn by solving problems and self-discovery.
  • Coaches will develop their understanding of how they support a child’s learning and development.

ECB Game Based Learning for Children

  • Game-based practices promote the development of all skills required to play cricket.
  • This workshop will explore how coaches can design enjoyable, stimulating and appropriate scenarios that replicate the actual game.
  • Coaches will enhance their understanding of game-based learning and its positive influence on player development.

ECB Skill Development for Children

  • Players require skills that are flexible and adaptable to perform and enjoy the game.
  • Understanding how to design appropriate practices is essential for skill development.
  • This workshop will allow coaches to create and share enjoyable group-based skill development practices for children within a club environment.

Commitment

Each workshop is designed to run over one, three-hour face-to-face module supported by e-learning.

Diploma

The Diploma is a qualification that can be attained following completion of the three workshops. It is ran on a regional level and is still under development by the ECB.