The SACA provides grade and community coaching, umpiring and development opportunities in South Australia. We understand that an integral asset to cricket's success are the many coaches and volunteers who give up their time during the week and weekends to coach, manage and umpire.
Coaches, team managers, parents and club volunteers are the catalysts for the recruitment and retention in our great game of cricket. The environment created by you can determine the success both long term and in the future for your team, club or association. Enrol now in any of the below Accredited courses. (Pre-course requirements, full registration and fee required before attendance).
Additional information on junior policies is available at www.playbytherules.net.au.
Mandatory coach accreditation
From November 1st 2010, all coaches must have some form of accreditation. The minimum level of accreditation is Level 0, Introduction to Cricket. See below for further information.
Additionally it is advised that all coaches undertake a National Police Check. Further information available here.
FREE ONLINE Course - Introduction to Cricket
(Pre-requisite for attending the Community Coach accreditation course - Level 1)
Community Coach Course (Level 1) - 4-6 hours of contact time
Base level coaching course for everyone and coaches assisting junior players
Includes an umpiring component
$100 fee for course and materials
Representative Coach Course (Level 2) – 28 hours of contact time plus pre and post-course requirements
(Need to have been accredited as a Level 1 coach for a minimum of 12 months)
For club level coaches, especially senior players
$200 for course and materials
High Performance Coach Course (Level 3) - by SACA invitation only
For coaches coaching at State and National level
See the upcoming courses page for courses that we will be conducting this season.
SACA's Training and Education Department can coordinate seminars to suit your club/association's needs. These can include topics such as leadership/captaincy, drills and skills and game sense activities.
For more information please contact SACA's Training & Education Coordinator.