Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching

Coaching Application Form

Thank you for your interest in coaching at our clinics. Please note, you must be 17 years old or older to apply.

Click here for all available dates and locations.

Please complete your details below. Once we have received your application, we will contact you.

* Mandatory field

* Title:
* First Name:
* Last Name:
* Age: (Coaches must be 17 years old or older)
  Guardian Name:
  (If under 18 yo):
  Guardian Address:
* Address:
* City/Suburb:
* State:
* Postcode:
* Phone 1:
   Phone 2:
   Phone 3:
* Email Address:  

When Can You Coach?
Please under no circumstances select list dates you cannot attend.

* I am available to coach Dec 15-24

* I am available to coach Jan 6-15

* I am available to coach Jan 16-28

List the preferred camp/s would you like to coach at: Please under no circumstances list dates or camps you cannot attend.

Additional Information:

* Would you like more information about our "Pro Coach" contracted positions for multiple camps? (more money)

* Do you have a friend or team mate that might like to coach?

* What coaching qualifications do you currently have?

Do you have any preferences to where or how you coach?
* Do you have a car?

* Have you played 1st XI Premier (grade cricket) cricket in Australia?

If yes, please enter below the year you played, the club you played for and the highest XI you played in?
* Do you have a "Working With Children" card?

* Please enter your Working With Children (WWC) number below:

Bank Account Details for payment


Account Name


Account Number

* Child Protection Policy

Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching has a duty of care to its clients and to the general public who interact with its employees, volunteers, members and others involved with Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching activities. As part of this duty of care and as a requirement of Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching's Member Protection Policy, Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching must enquire into the background of those applying for, undertaking or remaining in any work (paid or voluntary) that involves working with people under the age of 18 years.

Sincerely declare:

1. I do not have any criminal charge pending before the courts.
2. I do not have any criminal convictions or findings of guilt for sexual offences, offences related to children or acts of violence.
3. I have not had any disciplinary proceedings brought against me by an employer, sporting organisation or similar body involving child abuse, sexual misconduct or harassment, acts of violence, intimidation or other forms of harassment
4. To my knowledge there is no other matter that Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching may consider to constitute a risk to its members, employees, volunteers, athletes or reputation by engaging me.
5. I will notify the CEO of the organisation(s) engaging me immediately upon becoming aware that any of the matters set out in clauses above has changed for whatever reason.
6. I give permission for Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching to conduct an Australia-wide police check through Victoria Police.

Parent/Guardian Consent (in respect of person under the age of 18 years)
I have read and understood the declaration provided by my child. I confirm and warrant that the contents of the declaration provided by my child are true and correct in every particular.

* Statement by a supplier

Reason for not quoting an Australian Business Number (ABN) to an enterprise.

Name of supplier

Address of supplier

Under the Pay As You Go legislation and guidelines produced by the Australian Taxation Office I provide you with a written statement that, for the supply I am making and further supplies of this type that I make to you:

Therefore, I am not quoting you an ABN. You should not withhold an amount from the payment you make to me for the supply. I agree to advise you in writing if circumstances change to the extent that this statement becomes invalid.

* Letter of Understanding

Once the clinics commence, the coordinator and coaches are the front line of Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching. Consequently the following points stipulate what is expected as appropriate responsibilities and behavior for the coaching staff to adhere to ensure the clinics are operated well and prove to be beneficial to the children involved.

(i) Arrive to each day of the clinic on time, prepared for the week ahead and in a physical and mental condition commensurate with the expected functions of a coach;

(ii) Provide the ultimate duty of care for children attending the clinic. This requires coaches ensure children wear protective cricket gear, are aware of the dangers when playing in the nets, wearing sunscreen and generally behaving sensibly so as not to endanger other clinic participants;

(iii) Coaches should wear the appropriate uniform - being a Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching cap and shirt to each day of the clinic, as well as runners, NO THONGS OR SANDALS;

(iv) Each coach will write reports for a specific number of participants nominated by the clinic coordinator;

(v) Should any coach not be able to attend a clinic, they MUST call Shaun Brown's Cricket Coaching 7 DAYS PROIR to the clinic which they are unable to be present;

**Refer to the coach's handbook for penalties for non attendance or poor behavior.

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