Hockey India launches Coaching Course Level Basic

New Delhi, May 15 (Agency) Hockey India, the apex body for hockey in the nation, on Wednesday announced the commencement of the Coaching Course Level Basic, catering to individuals keen on pursuing coaching careers, including former players. The course is part of the Hockey India Coaching Education Pathway Development Program and aims to cultivate and educate aspiring coaches, providing them with a platform to advance towards FIH Level Coaching Courses. The Coaching Course Level Basic is scheduled to be held online from June 24 to 29 and it will consist of five batches, each accommodating 40 candidates. Details regarding the online formatand schedule of the courses will be communicated to the selected participants. Online registration for the Coaching Course Level Basic has started at 10:30 AM on May 15 andwill conclude at 3:00 PM on May 18.

Speaking about the Coaching Course Level Basic, Hockey India President Dr. Dilip Tirkey remarked, “This initiative underscores our commitment to nurturing the next generation of coaches and fostering a culture of excellence in hockey coaching in India. We are particularly excited to welcome former players who are keen on transitioning into coaching roles. Through these courses, we aim to equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their coaching careers.” Echoing these sentiments, Hockey India Secretary General Bhola Nath Singh stated, “We believe that investing in coaching education is vital for the sustained success of our sport, and these courses are designed to empower coaches with the tools they need to nurture talent and instill a passion for hockey in the next generation. We encourage all eligible candidates to seize this opportunity and embark on this enriching journey with us.”