The job we have to offer is for 6 hours a week of group coaching on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Mixed ability. Coaching qualification L1 desired but not a necessity as we can fund a coach to do their coaching courses. Huddersfield Lawn Tennis and Squash Club Coach – http://www.hltsc.co.uk 6 hours coaching guaranteed each […]
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‘In our ambition to increase the number of regular squash players we’re having a new push on Squash 101. Squash 101 is an alternative way to play squash aimed at newer squash players, who aren’t yet playing regularly, It’s a fun and social way of getting more people on court at once. For many, it’s […]
Coaching course support • We would like to provide financial support to coaches to take Level 2 or Level 3 England Squash coaching courses. • We aim to fund up to 75% of the total coach of a course. • We would target the money towards those who are likely to become/are on their way […]
We are looking for an enthusiastic and organised individual or team to promote the development of squash and racketball coaches in Yorkshire. Please provide expressions of interest on the form attached below by Friday 13 October to firstname.lastname@example.org. The form is here.
There is an England Squash Level 1 coaching course at Pontefract on 14-15 May. See the England Squash web site for details. There is also a Level 2 course on 4-5 June (with the follow-up on 16-17 July). See this link for info.
The North East Regional Forum brings together the county squash associations of Yorkshire, Durham & Cleveland and Northumbria, and is supported by England Squash. A vacancy exists for a Lead Coach for the Region. You will possess an England Squash Level 3 qualification, have a proven track record of squash coaching and be a confident, […]
There is a Racketball Advanced Skills Workshop at Collingham on 10th May for those keen to develop their coaching and playing skills. It’s a 3-hour workshop designed to give players and existing squash coaches an opportunity to learn the subtle differences between squash and racketball, covering areas of movement, swing and improved tactical knowledge. If […]