Several national cricketers aim to upskill as CWI accredited coaches
Cricket West Indies (CWI) will be hosting Level I and II Coaching Certification Courses at the National Stadium, Providence from May 18-21, 2023.
According to the Guyana Cricket Board, the theory component of the Level II course will commence at 09:00h on Thursday and conclude on Sunday in the Stadium’s conference room while the Level I aspirants will be inside the President’s Suite at the Stadium from Friday.
Both courses will involve practical exercises, including an assessment for the award of the coaches’ certification.
The GCB further informed that a second Level I course could be conducted from May 23-25 but “that is subject to the receipt of applicable participant fees.”
CWI has also released the necessary prerequisites needed in order to sit the CWI Level I Coaching Course, these requirements include: ICC or CWI Foundation Coaching Certificate, Child Care and Protection Certificate, First Aid Certificate, valid Police Clearance
Also, requirements for the CWI Level II Coaching Course include a CWI Level I Coaching Certificate, Child Care and Protection Certificate, First Aid Certificate, and valid Police Clearance.
The Coach Developers/facilitators for the CWI Level II Coaching Certification Course are Ryerson Bhagoo and Keshava Ramphal while the pair of Brendon Ramlal and Junie Mitcham will facilitate the CWI Level I leg.
List of Participants for the CWI Level II Coaching Course: Yeuraj Khemraj, Ajay Gainda, Terry Newton, Orlando Tanner, Kumar Bishundial, Andy Ramnarine, Pernell Christie, Balram Samaroo, Ryan Kissoonlall, Parmeshwar Persaud, Nadine Smith, Karishma Ramnauth, Ravi Rampaul, Darien Best, Ranole Bourne, Shaun Massiah, Anthony Bramble, Marvin Fitzalbert, Rajendra Chandrika, Assad Fudadin, Lakram Lathman, Gregory Crandon, and Wayne Osborne.
List of Participants for the CWI Level I Coaching Course: Peter Gajar, Leslie Solomon, Javed Saywack, Nicholas Mukesh Shiopersad, Erva Giddings, Royan Fredricks, Shivnarine Hoorilall, Daniel Dass, Kumar Dass, Dinesh Joseph, Martin Pestano-Belle, Anthony Sanchara, Royden Morris, Yougeshwar Lall, Trevayne Mohabir, Rhonda Jones, Sonia Benn, Hershy Niles, Kenrick Cheeks, Nazeer Mohamed, Krishna Singh, Jamal Hinckson, Ameer Rahaman, and Rajindra Rambali.