Bowls Kent Coaching Association

 

 

The Bowls Kent Coaching Association is an association for  the benefit of all Registered Coaches at all levels in the County. There are no fees involved in becoming a member, you just have  to be a qualified coach under a recognised organisation. For those interested in becoming a coach and joining us please click here Get Trained.

 

 

The 2016 AGM will be held at

Mote Park IBC at 10am

on Sunday 6th November.

 

The last 'Skills Day' for 2016

is 18th November at Sevenoaks

 

 

 

Why become a coach?


If ever you wonder if you should become a coach or if your time would be wasted read this.............

 

I have been coaching a young girl for about 2 years now and some time ago predicted that with her natural talent, if she kept at it could be playing for Kent or even England.

In the summer of 2015 she (along with 3 other young  girls) won the Kent Ladies Fours and got to the ¼ finals of the National Fours against senior, much older players. 

In 2015 she also played for England in the under 18 test against Wales. 

To say I am pleased for her is a gross understatement!  
Dick Pascoe, Senior Coach.

 

 

BDS & Safeguarding

The requirements for these have changed and it is not a requirement that
Coaches have these. The Safeguarding requirement is for those that
REGULARLY come into contact with children or vulnerable adults.

The definition of 'regular' is vague. BKCA recommends that all L3
coaches do have a BDS certificate and also attends a Safeguarding
course. This is for your own protection.

To get more information about the Association contact
the Chairman; Dick Pascoe.

 

 

For any comments (good or bad) about these web pages please contact:-

Dick Pascoe.