Are you thinking about starting coaching? It’s a great way to give back to your community and sport. You can also have a positive influence on people’s involvement in sport and physical activity – and it helps you to keep active.
If coaching is something that interests you the links below will give you invaluable information, as well as inspiration. Also look out on Twitter for tweets using #comeintocoaching
If you are thinking of starting coaching we’d be very grateful if you could complete this short online survey. It will help us and our Partners understand the demand for coaching and the support you require on your journey to becoming a coach. The survey gives you the option to keep your responses confidential, or permission to share with our Partners.
How Coaches Started and the Benefits of Coaching
- Film: Children’s Rugby Union coach Maggie Hammond talks about how she got into coaching, why she enjoys it, and skills you need
- Case study: Cycling coach Caitlin Tromans tells how she started coaching, the satisfaction she gets from coaching, and advice she’d give to others starting coaching
- Case study: Cycling coach Helen Scott talks about why she decided to start coaching, and what she would say to women thinking about starting coaching
- Case study: Cycling coach Holly Sear discusses what inspired her to start coaching, the benefit she gets from it, and he future ambitions in coaching
- Blog: Javelin coach David Turner talks about how he started coaching and the importance of enthusiasm and passion
The Impact of Coaching
- Film: People who play sport talk about how coaching helps them
- Research: The important role coaches play in sport participation
- Research:Our research team has summarised six journal articles published in 2013 and 2014 and provided ideas on how the theory can be applied
- Research:What methods of social media do coaches use for sharing best practice
Find out more about English Lacrosse Coaching Courses HERE