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Coach Education

To produce quality coaches and well groomed individuals to meet the current & future challenges of international cricket and to employ PCB’s own Coach Education philosophy and culture.

HISTORY

  • Started in July 2004
  • First Level I Course was conducted in November 2004
  • First Level II Course was conducted in July 2005
  • First International Level II for ACC in March 2008
  • First CA/PCB Level III Course was conducted in July 2008


OBJECTIVES

  • To provide all certified coaching programs covering Level I, II and III courses.
  • To develop English and Urdu Coaching Manual and Interactive Coaching CD and relevant resource material
  • Accreditation of 1500 Coaches within 5 year to broaden the base and scope
  • Develop a database and registration of qualified coaches.
  • To improve coaching abilities of coaches at all levels through Training & Development


STRATEGIES

  • Promote a commitment to excellence in all aspects of coaching by creating a professional Cricket Coaching Culture in Pakistan.
  • Establish and build a Platform for High Performance Cricket Coaching.
  • Develop a substantial number of Coaches across the country through extensive Coaching Programs.
  • Develop and continuously upgrade resource material.
  • Identify, appoint and train a panel of course presenters to lead and manage the coach education program. Affiliation with international bodies for alignment and recognition of PCB accredited coaches at international level.
  • Improve coaching abilities of coaches at all levels and provide them a career pathway.
  • Continually develop coaching facilities.
  • Continuously enhance competence level of coaches by providing them maximum exposure to gain experience, confidence, and perfection by providing regular updates and refresher courses.

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Coaching Course
Coach Education Program:

Following courses are covered under the umbrella of PCB Coach Education Program:

Syllabus

Courses are designed to meet the needs of coaches ranging from P.E. Teacher/ recreational coach, who are usually inexperienced in cricket, to the advanced / professional coaches. To improve individual’s abilities to teach cricket through vast knowledge of cricket, PCB is making full efforts to raise their appreciation of technical and tactical components and an enhanced understanding of the physical and psychological demands of the game. The Coach Education syllabus is covering the following areas of player’s development:

  • Technical Coaching according to different age groups
  • Developing a Coaching Philosophy
  • Physical Fitness (Endurance, Agility, Flexibility, Strength & Conditioning)
  • Sports Psychology
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Hydration
  • Sports Medicine/Injury Prevention/Rehabilitation/CPR & First Aid
  • Video analysis (error detection and correction)
  • Use of technology in Cricket (Coaching and Match Analysis Software)
  • Biomechanics in Cricket.

PCB Coach Education Policies

PCB Coach Education Application Forms

Resource Material
Apart from mental and educational growth, an effort will be made to build up the physical abilities of the trainees to their optimum. The academy follows a proper plan and controls the eating habits for maintaining good health.

PCB Level I Coaching Course: Click Here
Qualified Coaches

A panel of doctors and physical trainers design program for the physical fitness. Every player should be proficient enough to have a fitness analysis and should know how to improve his flexibility, speed, strength and agility by the time he leaves the academy.

Physical Development

  • Regular Physical Assessments
  • Biomechanics
  • Physical Fitness
  • Flexibility
  • Speed
  • Strength
  • Agility

Team building is a much more thorough and painstaking process than it seems. Some of the prerequisites in this post modern era are back-ups and systems through which the young talent is groomed and equipped for international challenges over the years.

Elementary

Apart from mental and educational growth, an effort will be made to build up the physical abilities of the trainees to their optimum. The academy follows a proper plan and controls the eating habits for maintaining good health.

Fielding Coach, Waqar Younis, Jul, 2009 - Current

Level 1

Apart from mental and educational growth, an effort will be made to build up the physical abilities of the trainees to their optimum. The academy follows a proper plan and controls the eating habits for maintaining good health.

Level 2

Apart from mental and educational growth, an effort will be made to build up the physical abilities of the trainees to their optimum. The academy follows a proper plan and controls the eating habits for maintaining good health.

Level 3

Apart from mental and educational growth, an effort will be made to build up the physical abilities of the trainees to their optimum. The academy follows a proper plan and controls the eating habits for maintaining good health.

  • Batting Coach, Mansoor Rana, Jul, 2010 - Current
  • Fielding Coach, Aqib Javed, May, 2007 - Apr, 2008
  • Fielding Coach, Ali Zia, Jul, 2010 - Current