From tennis in the park to Wimbledon, the basketball court to the Commonwealth Games, grass-roots pitches to the UEFA Women’s Euros, coaches are there, developing and leading their participants forward, helping to make memories.
With 13 categories open, the awards – in their milestone 25th year – seek to reward the fantastic achievements of coaches who have truly peaked at their vocation or through volunteering, demonstrating what great coaching means, and helping people to build a healthy relationship with physical activity and sport.
UK Coaching has introduced two brand-new awards to recognise the digital transformation of the coaching profession that was accelerated during the pandemic:
Overall, there are 13 award categories being celebrated at this year’s UK Coaching Awards. Collectively, they are:
*These award categories are not open for public nominations.
Public nominations for the awards will close at 10:00 on the 12 September followed by an independent and impartial judging process.
To ensure welfare is at the heart of the UK Coaching Awards, UK Coaching has a strict set of guidelines and criteria, through which an independent judging panel select the finalists. All finalists are asked to sign and adhere to the UK Coaching Code of Conduct. All nomination information is treated as confidential until shortlists and winners are announced.
For the Awards, UK Coaching uses the broad definition of coaching and welcomes nominations on behalf of coaches, instructors, leaders, teachers, trainers, and others who support people to achieve their sport and activity goals.
The 25th UK Coaching Awards will take place at The Queens Hotel in Leeds, on 6 December 2022.
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