Foundation Award in Coaching Badminton

Foundation Award in Coaching Badminton

Foundation Award in Coaching Badminton Our new Foundation Coach course is the starting point for people who would like to get into coaching badminton and become a coaching assistant. This course will teach you to: Lead fun games, activities, and tournaments Understand the badminton landscape and structure in England Support a ‘coach’ in the delivery of a session through: Delivering appropriate warm ups/ cool downs Appropriately feeding Having a basic knowledge of hitting actions, tactics and the rules of the game Deliver Badminton England programmes such as: No Strings Sessions SmashUp! Racket Pack Lite Understand the badminton landscape Effectively support the development of clubs/ sessions Maximise the participant experience

Location
St Osmunds Sports Centre, St Osmunds Sports Centre, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 2DZ
Contact
Coach Education Team - Badminton England / coaching@badmintonengland.co.uk / 01908 268400

Foundation Award in Coaching Badminton

Why do this course?

Interested in joining the fulfilling world of helping people to develop new skills in their sport? Coaching can be a hugely satisfying experience, where you can decide how much time you commit. Whether it is helping at your local son or daughter's club for an hour a week or setting up your own badminton club, coaching can work for you. Watching players develop their skills under your guidance is incredibly rewarding, but don't overlook the benefits you'll see personally. You'll develop your personal and professional skills, get a chance to exercise, meet new people, encourage respectful behaviour and improve your confidence.

Course Dates & Times:

Day 1 – 10/09/2022 9:00am - 5:00pm

Day 2 – 11/09/2022 9:00am - 5:00pm

Cost:

£175 for Badminton England Members*

£195 for Non-Badminton England Members

Booking

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