UK Coaching Week is back and will be running between Monday 6th and Sunday 12th June. It is a chance to celebrate the positive impact that sports coaches can have in our communities and ultimately our lives.
There are an estimated three million sports coaches, and UK Coaching Week is their chance to get their voices heard. Great coaches are key to the nation’s recovery post-lockdown by transforming lives and inspiring communities through sport and physical activity. UK Coaching, the organisation behind the week, is driving change across the sporting sector through “The Great Coaching Comeback”.
“As an ambassador of UK Coaching, I’m excited to get behind The Great Coaching Comeback. For the last 12 months, we’ve been side-lined by the restrictions. Our energy has been stifled, our development limited and our sense of identity almost lost”
Mel Marshall, UK Coaching ambassador
UK Coaching Week aims to showcase how #GreatCoaching can play a greater role in building happier and healthier communities, and it’s not just limited to the world of sport and physical activity – schools, charities and local businesses can also get involved however they wish.
You can learn more about the campaign and access a range of resources on the UK Coaching website.