Cricket Australia Coaching


Context - The Representative Coaching Course is designed for coaches working with players or teams at a representative level or within pathway programs. The course will extend your skills as a coach, learning how to progress players to enhance their skills and reach their goals.

Coaches must complete the Advanced Coach modules online before submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI) to a Representative course.

Your state/territory conducts the 30-hour face to face course and topics covered include:

  • Coach Development
  • Developing players
  • Identifying talent
  • Exploring coaching philosophies
  • Technicalities of scoring runs and taking wickets
  • Principles of teaching and learning
  • Coaching safely
  • Managing Stakeholders
  • Ongoing program development


How to complete the Representative Coach learning?


  • Advanced Coach Accreditation
  • Coached for 12 months or more in a formal role as a Community Coach
  • Complete an Expression of Interest that demonstrates you are coaching in this cricket context

Registering your Expression of Interest:

  1. Login into the LMS via

  2. Select Courses from the menu. Under Course Listing select the state /territory you are looking to do the course in

  3. Complete an Expression of Interest. Local States and Territories will contact you via email.


Cost – The Advanced Coach online modules are free to all Community Coaches. The 30-hour Representative course will incur a fee charged by the local state/territory association.

Journey – This learning is aimed at the talent cricket context. Coaches must have completed the Advanced Coach Course.

NB: highly experienced coaches and cricketers may be given RPL for the Advanced Coach Course. An example of a coach/player in this category would include Senior First and Second X1 Premier cricket experience as a minimum. If you believe you fit this category, contact your local state/territory association for clarification.