The awareness campaign – which empowers athletes, coaches and the public to celebrate great coaching – will centre on the need to ‘Support Your Coach’, kicking off with the #GreatCoachingPledge that will call on the nation to give some of their own time, sharing thanks and support for the coaching community.
As restrictions are eased and more of us return to play, we will turn to coaches to integrate new controls to keep us all safe, so let’s ensure that we recognise and support our coaches across the UK for the vital work that they do.
Simply click the quick links below and follow the instructions to get started on your pledge.
Everyone can get involved in the #GreatCoachingPledge – from parents, players and athletes to clubs, charities and businesses – to recognise and support the people who provide great coaching to their communities.
#GreatCoachingPledge #UKCoachingWeek2020 #GreatCoaching
The coaching workforce is vast – 3 million people keep this country active on a daily basis. Recognise and support your coach for the vital work that they do.
Whether it’s a thank you, or offering your time to help clear the cones one evening after your child’s football training, every little moment you can give will help our coaches to feel recognised and appreciated, and therefore, help our nation to stay active and stay healthy.
Use the suggested pledge examples below to help you with your #GreatCoachingPledge.
I’m/we’re backing UK Coaching’s #GreatCoachingPledge and giving ‘x’ hrs of my/our time by (*examples):
Coaching is about people – and a great coach can change a life