Kent Sport Coaching
Visit the Kent Sport Coaching Website for the latest coach education, training and volunteering opportunities that take place across the county.
England Squash and Racketball are holding a two day Racketball Coaching Award on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 May 2013 at Surrey Sports Park, Guildford. The award teaches both the 'What to coach' and 'How to coach' skills required to coach Racketball to beginners of all ages. No prior coaching experience necessary.
For more information and to secure your space please visit the England Squash and Racketball website
Kent County Football Association will be running a series of Level 1,2 and 3 courses throughout 2013 at various venues around the county.
Kent Cricket Board run a number of Cricket Coach Education Courses during the Autumn and Winter. The courses provide aspiring coaches with the chance to learn how to coach cricket in a safe and effective manner as well as providing existing coaches the chance to develop their skills.
South East Region England Athletics regularly hold coaching courses at the Julie Rose Stadium, Ashford. Further information on the latest coach education courses can be found on the Kent Sports Development Unit website .
Sport:ed is a programme of workshops to develop and support clubs, coaches and volunteers. Courses run at various venues around the county and include: Day Certificate in Sports Leadership, Equity in Your Coaching, Emergency First Aid, Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Sports Science and Seeking Sponsorship.
Tonbridge School Sports Centre also run a regular programme of sports and development courses including: Lifeguarding, First Aid, Sports Psychology, Networking, Personal Training, Massage Therapy, sport specific workshops (hockey, cricket, swimming) and Exercise Instructor courses.
If you know about any coach education courses or workshops that you would like highlighted on this page, please contact Sports Development Officer on 01732 876166 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org