At Cricket ACT we recognise the value of great coaching to ensure those participating in the sport have a quality experience. Hence, we follow principles and frameworks that are built to provide our coaches with the best-in-class development opportunities and enable them to provide a quality experience to everyone in our cricket community.
We have courses and programs with tailored content relevant to individual contexts where we deliver all face-to-face courses at Community, Advanced Coach and Representative Coach level, along with a range of coaching resources and learning opportunities such as workshops and masterclasses, across various contexts.
These programs allow coaches to best identify the learning opportunities within the context they are coaching in and gives them the confidence to be equipped with the skills needed to best support their players and teams.
Cricket ACT acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and ancestors of the land we live and meet on, the Ngunnawal people. Cricket ACT acknowledges that other people and families also have a traditional connection to the lands of the ACT and region and we respect this connection to country. We honour and pay respect to the Elders in our local communities, both past and present.
We celebrate the participation of First Nations peoples, families and communities, and recognise their individual and collective shared connection and history with cricket. We are committed to listening and learning about how we as people, an organisation and community advocate for equitable outcomes and positive futures with all First Nations peoples. First Nations Artwork with thanks to Wiradjuri woman Kalara Gilbert.