There are approximately six weeks in between days two and three of the qualification - during which you will be required to conduct player analysis, plan, deliver and evaluate six lessons (two individual and four group lessons). You will also need to complete a number of coaching scenario based questions.
Your course tutor will provide ongoing support throughout the duration of the Award.
At the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Plan and deliver a programme of progressive individual and group training sessions in accordance with England Squash coaching philosophy.
- Implement 'how to coach' skills to create an inclusive, player centered and positive learning environment.
- Deliver the player pathway from entry to club level, ensuring players maximise their desired potential.
- Posses an open mind set, taking responsibility for own personal development.
- To develop effective squash communities.
To attend the Level 2, you need to:
- be at least 17 years of age.
- be technically competent (being able to demonstrate all shots) and have a reasonable knowledge and understanding of the game.
- have completed a appropriate England Squash Level 1 Coaching Qualification
- have an up-to-date England Squash Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) enhanced check.
- have an up-to-date safeguarding certificate.
- attend a three-hour certificated First Aid Course.
- be an England Squash coach member.
- The course costs £260 and you must be and England Squash coach member (Coaching Membershipcosts £40 and includes Public Liability Insurance).
- You will also need to hold an up to date England Squash DBS Enhanced Disclosure (approx. £18), safeguarding training (approx. £20) and First Aid qualification.
There may be some financial assistance available in your area - check out our funding opportunities.