Coaching is a very rewarding and satisfying job. In order to grow Squash in Ireland we need to increase the number of qualified coaches throughout Ireland and to help with the continued development of existing coaches. Irish Squash together with Coaching Ireland are working on a new Syllabus of coaching programmes to certify new Squash Coaches. Please contact the office for a list of upcoming dates.
Those who recently completed the Mini Squash Coaching programmes should check the dates for completion of their Ethics in Sports training. This must be completed before you can be certified. You should also ensure all of your post-course programme of work (practice training sessions etc.) are completed and returned to your trainer.
Learn from experienced coaches – Practical experience in coaching is hard to replace. Attending a training course will help provide the foundations of your knowledge – practical experience will teach you how to implement these in the real world.
As a new Coach you will come across many situations you don’t expect. You might find it hard to re-train certain ingrained behaviours for example – or find some of your students resistant to your guidance.
Hadrian Stiff the Irish National Coach has kindly agreed to welcome any coaches who wish to watch his training sessions. Hadrian is a Level 4 coach and has over 20 years coaching experience. His experience and expertise in coaching will be of great assistance to new coaches looking for insight from a very experienced coach. If you are interested in attending one of his next sessions please contact us.
Irish Sport HQ
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