Cricket Australia Coaching
In this section you'll find the answers to regular questions coaches have about Cricket Australia Coaching and navigating through the website.
How do I log in to the CAC website?
How do I find my Log In details?
Your username will be an email address you used to first register as a coach or for the introduction to cricket online course. If you have forgotten your password, just click the forgotten password function. If you do not have access to that email address anymore please contact Cricket Australia Coaching at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have just completed learning, why can’t I see the next available learning?
The system is updated every 24 hours over night. You will be able to see the next available learning the day after.
How do I enroll in a Community (Level 1) Coaching Course?
First you must enroll in the Community (Level 1) Coaching certification, from there you can select the course you would like to attend. To see these steps please download the below pdf.
How do I access my certificates?
Certificates can be downloaded and printed from you “My Training Record” in your user profile.
How do I re-accredit?
Reaccreditation will occur after successfully attaining 100 points prior to your expiry date. Gaining 100 points can be done by attending State and Territory Masterclasses, Workshops and Conferences along with online modules.
My accreditation has expired; how do I reinstate it?
Contact your State or Territory Association or email@example.com
What is MyTraining resource on the Cricket Australia Coaching app?
How do I update my email address?
Will I still receive accreditation cards in the mail?
No, accreditation cards will be accessible via the Cricket Australia Coaching App downloadable in the app store.
Coaches will log into the app in the membership portal as they would onto to the community website with there email address and password. If you have forgotten you details please refer to the above 'How do I find my Log In details'.
How long does my accreditation last?
Accreditation last for 4 years regardless of what accreditation level you hold.
Are there renewal fees?
No there isn’t, renewal fees have been removed across all accreditation levels as the Community Course are now free.
What do I have to complete to receive my Introduction to Cricket Certificate?
You must complete all 7 short online modules in no particular order.
Creating a Safe and Inclusive Environment
Creating a Quality Experience
Philosophy and Pathway
Scoring Runs and Taking Wickets
Prepare to Perform
Junior Cricket Formats
Is Introduction to Cricket still a pre-requisite for a L1 Community course?
Yes, you must complete all 7 online modules as part of the introduction to cricket course before being able to enroll in a L1 course.
What is the minimum age to attend a Community Accreditation Course?
Minimum age to participate in a L1 course is 14 years.