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Take a look at the clip below of Sir Chris Hoy on how crucial coaches have been throughout his career.

Coaching is a great way of getting involved in your sport and to enable others to experience it too. People coach for different reasons, to develop their own experiences and or to develop skills and experiences for others through sport and physical activity. There are many ways of starting on the coaching ladder; it could be as simple as taking a ten minute session at your local club to get you inspired. Living Sport can help to signpost you to coaching courses if you wish to become a qualified coach, the advice pages to the right hand side will also provide you with more information about how to get started, coach development and local funding pots.

See below some quotes collected from local coaches to explain what motivates them to coach in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

“I enjoy watching and helping children and young adults enjoying cricket, developing and enhancing their skills. I also enjoy pushing the talented, high performance cricketers to be better than they believe they can be. Lastly I get a lot from my coaching in my own self development as a coach and cricketer” Cricket Coach, St Ives

“Helping people to become fitter and healthier, to focus on new skills and find a passion in my sport, and to improve their self confidence” Ice Skating Coach, Peterborough

“I enjoy delivering a sport which I have played for 33 years and sharing my passion to be involved and play competitively” Netball Coach, Longstanton

“I want to help players enjoy the sport and improve their potential according to their ambitions” Korfball Coach, East Cambs

“I enjoy helping players improve and be the best they can be” Tennis Coach, Cambridge

“Improvement of the children and to give back what I received growing up” Badminton Coach, March

Coaching is key when initiating activity and motivating people to take part and can be delivered both formally and informally, coaches can come in all shapes and sizes and with all levels of qualifications from casual session helpers, parents/carers, activators, level one’s to up to level five in some sports. There is a place for you on this pathway and there’s no better job to get people up and off of their sofas and moving!

Primary School Physical Literacy Framework

Minimum Standards for active Coaches of Children & Young People Guidance Tool

New Coaching Plan for England from Sport England 2017-2021

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