Want to coach your club?
The Community Coach Accreditation Course (formally known as Level 1) is designed to educate coaches how to teach the basic fundamental skills of cricket.
Click here to view and register for upcoming Community Coach Accreditation Courses.
Once registered for the Community Coach Accreditation Course, each participant is asked to complete the free Introduction to Cricket Online Course which takes approximately 30 minutes to an hour to complete.
Please click on the link to register for access to the Cricket Coaches Australia (CCA) website.
Once registered, complete the Introduction to Cricket Course: coaches.cricket.com.au/admin/sign-up
The practical course includes approximately eight hours of contact time over one day and is partly made up of a practical assessment, which is to be completed by each candidate.
It is absolutely necessary to have completed the online Introduction to Cricket component of the course, before attending the one day practical component to be eligible to pass.
During the one day practical course, each candidate will be assessed for their competency to coach at a Community Coach standard.
The final result is a combination of participation in the 'face to face' practical course, the practical assessment component of the course and successful completion of the online Introduction to Cricket Course.
All result information will be forwarded by mail to participants within six weeks after the course.
Course cost: $125 (inclusive of GST).
This gains you membership to Cricket Coaches Australia (CCA) for two years, a coach resource pack and practical presentations delivered by an experienced presenter.
Practical course days accommodate a maximum of 30 participants only.
Participants must be 16 years of age at the date of the practical day.
Transferring Courses: Participants transferring from one practical course day to another, due to not attending the course registered at, will incur a non-negotiable $30 transfer fee.
Physical screening check:
Participants should have a personal fitness level that will enable them to physically complete the practical requirements of the course.
Course presenters will reserve the right to request proof of adequate health status from a medical practitioner.
Participants who are unable to meet this requirement will undertake alternative activities during the practical components of the course.
All applicants, as a condition of acceptance to a Cricket Australia NCAS course must consent to abiding by Australian and state/territory government legislation in relation to screening of coaches and agreement to undergoing a police check if requested.