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ICC Launched New ICC Training and Education Programmes
The International Cricket Council further emphasized its continued commitment to developing the game of cricket by releasing the data from the first year of the latest ICC Training and Education programmes. The course is offered via a combined learning technique that integrates online and face-to-face training, and over 200 people have already been certified within the first sixth months of its beginning.
by Pragti Sharma / 01 Oct 2022 15:45 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 56
ICC- The International Cricket Council further emphasized its continued commitment to developing the game of cricket by releasing the data from the first year of the latest ICC Training and Education programmes.
The programme was released in October last year, and the figures for the first 12 months indicate that since then, over 9,500 active learners have registered online in the ICC education programmes.
As part of its Global Growth Strategy, released last year, the ICC is committed to delivering its 108 member countries with uncomplicated and easy access to world-class participation programmes.
An entry-level coaching course, the ICC Coaching Foundation Certificate was the first programme made available to aspiring coaches, and over 3,200 students have already finished the training programme.
The free course by ICC is available in nine different languages - Arabic, French, English, German, Portuguese, Indonesian Bahasa, Sinhalese, Tamil, and Spanish - and can be achieved at any speed and via short, sharp modules on a computer or through a mobile gadget.
With the ICC Coaching Foundation Certificate having already created an optimistic influence, the ICC has since further developed its coach education by providing aspiring coaches the capability to achieve the ICC Coaching Course Level 1.
The ICC (International Cricket Council) Coaching Course Level 1 was made available in March this year. It authorizes participants to provide coaching sessions to beginners on their own while possessing more in-depth technological information on pivotal elements of the game.
The course is offered via a combined learning technique that integrates online and face-to-face training, and over 200 people have already been certified within the first sixth months of its beginning.
It is anticipated that over 1,000 people will have finished the course by the end of this year, with the benefit of ICC Master Educators (16) and ICC Tutors (over 170)-- who are accredited to provide and approve these courses in ICC Member countries.
William Glenwright, ICC General Manager of Development, is satisfied with the early influence the programmes have made and thinks more ICC Member countries will take the opportunity to participate in the programmes.
Glenwright stated that ICC Members told us that enhancing access to a coach, umpire, and pitch curator training programme is one of the amplest priorities for the game growth.
He added thus they have spent the past two years working with the world’s leading experts in sports education to construct the ICC’s first comprehensive Training and Education Programme – and the response in a short time has been inspiring.
Its ambition is to enhance the playing experience for participants at all game levels, and is reliant on expanding the number and quality of coaches, umpires, and pitch curators in all Member countries.
Glenwright further said that to do that- we must ensure, there is access to a comprehensive education programme and a trained workforce to provide these courses when and where Members need them.
In the end, he said while we are in the early days of the programme rollout, the response from Members & participants alike proposes that we are on the right track.
News Source: ICC Cricket