Cricket NSW's Online Coaching Webinar Series will continue next week, with part two of the 'Effective Coaching' segment to be held on Wednesday.

The masterclass is free to coaches and can be accessed on the Cricket Coaches Australia Website.

The Coaching Master Class NSW series is aimed to help cricket coaches develop their skills and stay connected with other coaches during the COVID 19 restrictions and beyond.

The second webinar, to be held Wednesday the 3rd of June at 7pm – 8.15pm, is part two of the 'Effective Coaching' segment.

Topics covered in this webinar include:

Why do you coach? The importance of a Coaching Philosophy.

What am I going to coach? What sort of environment do the best coaches provide for their players?

How do I know if my training sessions are effective? An outline of the “4C’s” of coaching effectiveness.

This webinar is ideally suited Junior Club coaches (Level 1) and Junior Representative coaches (Level 1 and Level 2).

Spots are limited so coaches are advised to register as soon as possible to avoid missing out.

Registrations for the webinar will open at 7pm on Thursday 28th of May.

Coaches can register for the webinar series by following the instructions below:

STEP 1: Log on to your Australian Cricket Coaches account (you will need to register if you don’t have an account) 

STEP 2: Navigate to the 'Course & Workshops' tab and click 'Launch Learning'

STEP 3: Open the menu on the right-hand side of the web page and select 'Course Calendar'

STEP 4: Request to join the coach ‘Coaching Master Class NSW’

Once you have registered for the course you will receive the online meeting details and instructions on how to dial in to the session.

Information regarding further webinars will also be communicated on the Cricket NSW Coaching Facebook Page.

This Cricket NSW Coaching Facebook page will be used to help educate and inform coaches on:

  • Information on upcoming coach education courses and online webinars.
  • Information on future coaching accreditation courses.
  • Coaching articles.
  • Skill videos tips and techniques.
  • Coaching bio’s.
  • Coach interviews.
  • Any other information relevant to coaches across NSW.
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