Eleven new coaches earn Level 1 qualification in the North West

Mon 14 Mar 2011

Eleven coaches from baseball clubs, softball clubs and schools in the North West of England have earned their Level 1 qualification. during a course held in February.

The course was held on February 20 and 27 at The Hough End Centre in Manchester, home of the Outlaws and Enforcers softball teams, and was tutored by BSUK National Development Manager John Mills, assisted on Day One by new CTS-qualified tutor David Martin Baez.

On Day Two, Robert Mills, another new CTS-qualified tutor, carried out the practical assessment.

Additional tuition support was provided by Liz Knight, BSUK Regional Coach and Club Development officer.

This group of newly-qualified coaches will add significantly to the region's voluntary coaching workforce.

 

Successful Learners

The 11 successful learners included:

-- Two new coaches for Bolton Baseball Club.
-- Three new coaches for Mossley Softball Team.
-- Two teachers wishing to include baseball and softball in their curriculum portfolio.
-- One new coach for the Outlaws Softball Team.
-- Three new coaches for Cartmel Valley Baseball Club.

All 11 coaches were given individual feedback related to planning, practical delivery and evaluation, and each coach now has action points to work on as their learning continues in their club or school setting.

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