CoachingInformation for current and aspiring coaches
Why Become a Coach?
Through learning to coach, you will develop your own understanding of the game, as a player, referee, or even a spectator. However, coaching is about much more than that; it is about gaining understanding, so that you can guide and inspire others. You may be thinking of coaching to help out at your local club, or to teach the sport to children in schools, and as you develop your skills you may one day find yourself coaching at an elite level – just like former Wales international Dave Buckland, who has coached Wales, England, and Great Britain!
How to Become a Qualified Coach
After significant investment and collaboration between the nations of the UK, there are many options for gaining coaching qualifications:
- Korfball Activator Award
- Teaching Children Korfball Award
- Level 1 Award
- Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Korfball
Level 2 Course
Location: Avon Tyrrell Youth Activity Centre, New Forest National Park, Bransgore BH23 8EE
Duration: Saturday 29th July – Saturday 5th August
Cost: £685 (includes food and accommodation)
Funding: Grants are available to cover £150 of the cost. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about assistance from Welsh Korfball; other sources of funding, such as via your club, university, or local authority, may be available.