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Around 200,000 people decide to become sports coaches every year. In this area we have constructed a variety of resources and documents to help any one who is thinking about or making a positive move into the world of sports Coaching.

UK Coaching - Top Tips on Becoming a Coach

Joining the Northamptonshire Sport Coaching Network provides numerous benefits for the new coach including weekly coaching updates, local funding and coaching opportunities.

Find information out about your sport

Link with a local club

Northamptonshire Sport advocates that all active coaches should maintain the Minimum Operating Standards as advised by our National Governing Body partners. For more specific information - see the coaching area of your sports' National Governing Body: click here.

For more general information, UK Coaching have compiled a list of recommended Minimum Operating Standards for Active Coaches which can be accessed below. They have also created an online tool which outlines what qualifications a coach is expected to have when coaching in various environments, which can be accessed here.

If you have any other further questions about getting into coaching, please contact the Coach Development Team by clicking here.

Coach Development Officer

Lucy Alexander

Telephone
07841784264

Connect

01604 366 976

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