Coaching is an extremely rewarding way to be involved in the fun and exciting world of sport. You don't need to be an amazing player to be an amazing coach - in fact you don't need to have played sport at all!
If you are enthusiastic and want to learn and develop yourself and others, then you can be a coach. Contact Lil Roe (email@example.com) if you have any queries about how to get into coaching.
Also visit Surrey Coaches Club to find out about the benefits of being a member.
If coaching is something that interests you, the links below from sport coach UK will give you invaluable information, as well as inspiration. Also look out on Twitter for tweets using #comeintocoaching.
Case study: Cycling coach Caitlin Tromans tells how she started coaching, the satisfaction she gets from coaching, and advice she'd give to others starting coaching.
Surrey's Female Coaching Conference
Taking place on Saturday 29 April at Surrey Sports Park, this event is aimed solely at female coaches. With gender specific content and presentations on the theme of women in sport, please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to know more and receive updates on the format of the day.
Project 500: More women, better coaching
Project 500 is a new campaign to address the imbalance in the number of male to female coaches, creating a more diverse workforce to drive the growth of female participation in sport. It will see 500 female coaches recruited, developed and deployed across the seven South East counties by March 2015.
If you are female, live in Surrey and would like to be a coach or further develop your coaching:
Once registered, you will be contacted about opportunities happening in Surrey. We look forward to supporting you!
Project 500 was created in partnership with Sport Hampshire & IOW, Oxfordshire Sports Partnership, Bucks and Milton Keynes Sports Partnership, Get Berkshire Active, Active Sussex, Kent Sport, sportscoach UK and Active Surrey.