Progress your coaching journey with our UKCC Level 2 course, equipping you to fulfill the level 2 coach role duties of preparing for, delivering and reviewing coaching sessions.
Who is the course for?
Perfect for those who have been an active coach in netball for a minimum of 2 years or have a Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Netball.
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Be able to communicate effectively in English (listening, speaking, reading and writing)
- Have attended a recognised Safeguarding and Protecting Children training course within 2 years of the course start date. Please submit a copy only as we cannot be held liable for original certificates that may go missing in the post. We do not accept certificates that were obtained online – you are required to have a Safeguarding course delivered to you face-to-face.
- Have attended a recognised Emergency 1st Aid course within 2 years of the course start date. Please submit a copy only as we cannot be held liable for original certificates that may go missing in the post. We do not accept certificates that were obtained online – you are required to have a Safeguarding course delivered to you face-to-face.
- Become a full England Netball member.
Please click here to find out more about these requirements.
If you have learning difficulties that make this assessment system unsuitable for you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make alternative arrangements for you.
What will I need to do?
- Ensure you have access to players to coach in a practical netball environment before enrolling on a UKCC course. As part of the UKCC Level 2 course, you will be required to independently plan and deliver four hours of coaching, so you will need to have access to players to complete this practical coaching element.
- Have access to a computer and the internet to be able to access our e-portfolio assessment system.
How do I book?
- Firstly, ensure that you are a full England Netball member. If you aren’t already a member, find out how you can become a member here
- Complete the booking form
- Send it to email@example.com or via post,
Education and Training Department,
3 Oakwood Drive,
- Once you have been allocated a place on the course, payment details will be sent directly to you via email. (If you would like an organisation to be invoiced, please enclose a purchase order with your booking form.)
By successfully completing the Level 2 coaching qualification, you’ll be able to:
- Plan a series of coaching sessions
- Prepare the coaching environment for the delivery of coaching sessions
- Deliver a series of coaching sessions to develop the participant’s performance
- Monitor and evaluate coaching sessions and personal practice
‘I thought the course was excellent; I feel in myself that improvements have been made. It was very worthwhile, and very beneficial.’
‘You don’t need to be an expert player to be a coach. It was an intense two days, but it was fun and enjoyable.’
Five days attendance is required at the course itself. There is also a minimal amount of pre-course work to do and you will need to complete work between the two delivery weekends and the assessment day.
Usually 9am-6pm for all five days.
Yes, please bring lunch, any snacks you may require and plenty to drink.
Yes, your course will include an assessment, however, the assessments are not pass or fail situations. The aim of assessment within these qualifications is to assess your competency as you develop your skills. This will be at different stages along your course according to your individual ability and readiness. Assessments can be retaken if necessary.
The course has been designed to support your learning of which assessment is just one part of this.
This will not be possible because candidates are requested to participant in the whole day ‘as players’ for everyone to take their assessment. If you have any concerns or questions about this please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
England Netball are able to invoice an organisation on receipt of a Purchase Order.
Your certificate will be posted once all your paperwork (theory and practical) has been signed off. This normally takes between 10-12 weeks.