Wendell Coppin: ICC Americas Development Activities
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  • Good morning gentlemen the reason I’m here is to clarify the role of ICCAmericas development team and to offer our assurance and assistance where its required.
  • Need to elaborate on the coach ED programme.

Wendell Coppin: ICC Americas Development Activities Wendell Coppin: ICC Americas Development Activities Presentation Transcript

  • Presentation By Wendell Coppin R.D.O
  • Regional Development Officer
    • Role
    • Regional Cricket Development
    • To support all development frame work in the region, from Coach Education, to support for compliance requirements.
    • Technical, Support Officer at all Regional tournaments
  • Development Initiative
    • ICC Americas Development Team’s Participation in the WICB Tournaments
    • U19s this was done in the pass.
    • Women’s
    • Men’s senior team in W I OD Competition.
  • Coaching
    • To assist Countries Prepare Regional & Global Events as required.
    • At organize ICC Americas training camps.
    • To assist, Associate & Affiliate Countries with preparation for Global events. WCL
  • ROLE R.D.O (continue)
    • Education Programme Coordinator;
    • To organize, and monitor workshops for upgrading, Umpires , Scorers and grounds men.
    • Tutor; WICB Courses Level I & Level II
    • ICC - Cricket Administration Programmme C.A.P Tutor.
    • Monitor the coaches in the region and assist with upgrading.
  • Courses Available (con)
    • WICB Level II – Target group; Holders of level I certificates with 12 months coaching experience.
    • C.A.P Courses Target group, presenters from within the Countries, to deliver specific modules on Cricket Administration.
    • Umpire - WICBCUA
    • Grounds men - ICC Americas programme.
    • Scorers manual score book Notebook computer programmes
    • ICC Match Management
  • Courses Available
    • ICC Introduction to cricket coaching - Target group; volunteers, School teachers ,with no cricketing background, parents.
    • WICB Level I Accreditation course – Target Group; cricketers, Coaches above, WICB Foundation course certificates holders.
    • WICB Level II Accreditation Course – Target Group
    • The above with 12 months Coaching experience.
  • Match Management
    • The Process of officiating ,ICC Tournament and Events
    • The role of the Match Manager, and his/her Duties
    • The reporting Process
    • Training Conducted by ICC Ref W I & Americas -Adrian Griffith (former W I Opening Bat)
  • About the ICC Cricket Administrator Programme (CAP)
    • What is it?
    • The ICC Cricket Administrator Programme (CAP) is a series of cricket based modules which cover many aspects involved in running a Cricket Club or National Federation. The programme currently has four modules which cover how to hold ‘ Effective Meetings’, ‘Financial Management’, how to deliver ‘Community Cricket’ and ‘Governance’. A ‘Sponsorship and Marketing’ module and further modules will be developed throughout 2010.
  • Courses Available (conclusion) How does it work? If you wish to be involved in CAP or any Educational programme and enjoy the benefits it can bring to your Members, you can simply contact the Americas Regional office –
  • Requirements & Facilities Class room Setting
  • Facilities for practical & Field base assessment