ICC launches training and education programs

ICC Coaching Course: The program was originally released in October last year and the figures for the first 12 months show…

ICC Coaching Courses: The program was initially launched in October last year and figures for the first 12 months show that since then over 9,500 active learners have registered for ICC training courses online. As part of its global growth strategy which was also released last year, the ICC is committed to providing its 108 member countries with easy access to world-class participation programs. Follow live ICC updates with InsideSport.IN

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The ICC Coaching Foundation Certificate – an entry-level coaching course – was the first program made available to aspiring coaches and over 3,200 learners have already completed the training programme.

The free course is available in nine different languages ​​- Arabic, English, French, German, Bahasa Indonesian, Portuguese, Sinhalese, Spanish and Tamil – and can be completed at any pace and through short, sharp modules on a computer or through a mobile device.

With the ICC Coaching Foundation certificate having already had a positive impact, the ICC has since expanded its coaching education by offering aspiring coaches the opportunity to complete Level 1 of the ICC Coaching Course.

ICC Coaching Courses: ICC launches first-ever training and education programs to enhance cricket playing experience in associated countries, Check Details

The ICC Coaching Level 1 course was made available in March this year and allows participants to deliver coaching sessions themselves to beginners, while containing more in-depth technical information on the essential components of the game.

The course is delivered using a blended learning approach that incorporates online and face-to-face training and over 200 people have already been certified in the first six months of its inception.

It is expected that over 1,000 people will have completed the course by the end of this year, with the help of ICC Master Educators (16) and ICC Tutors (over 170) who are accredited to deliver and certify these courses in ICC member countries. .

ICC’s Chief Development Officer, William Glenwright, is delighted with the early impact of the programs and believes that more ICC member countries will seize the opportunity to participate in the courses.

“ICC members have told us that improving access to training programs for coaches, referees and groundskeepers is one of the biggest priorities for the growth of the game,” noted Glenwright. .

“As a result, we’ve spent the past two years working with some of the world’s leading sports education experts to build ICC’s first-ever comprehensive training and education program – and the response in no time. was inspiring.

Our ambition to improve the playing experience for participants at all levels of the game depends on increasing the number and quality of coaches, referees and groundskeepers in all member countries.

“To do this, we must ensure access to a world-class education program and a skilled workforce to deliver these courses, when and where members need it.

“While we are in the early days of rolling out the program, the response from members and participants suggests we are on the right track.

ICC Coaching Courses: ICC launches first-ever training and education programs to enhance cricket playing experience in associated countries, Check Details

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