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Project100

No matter if you're newly interested in coaching or an experienced coach, we are here to support you on your coaching journey!

We launched Project100 during Coach Education Month in recognition of the increasingly powerful role that women have played and continue to play in society across the globe.

Off the back of the successes of Project 500 and Sport England's This Girl Can campaign we have set ourselves a target to up skill and develop 100 female coaches across the county.

These coaches will be utilised in order to drive women and girls sport and physical activity participation in Norfolk across various settings.

What do we aim to do?

Whether you're an existing coach, a lapsed coach, or new to coaching, then Project100 has something to offer! Our primary goal is to inspire a new generation of passionate, highly skilled, and empowered female coaches and sports leaders.

Our aim is support girls and women to share their passion for sport by developing the skills and knowledge to coach, teach and ultimately inspire girls and women across Norfolk.

What we are offering:

  • Advice
  • Mentoring from one our Project100 ambassadors
  • Developmental training
  • Networking opportunities
  • Access to coach bursaries
  • Quarterly newsletter and local updates

This Girl Can Coach

As part of the project we have created a video to promote Project100 and inspire women to get into coaching and encourage more females to take part in more sport and physical activity.

Sign up to Project100

We officially launched Project100 on September 15th 2015 with an evening at the UEA Sportspark.

The evening consisted of:-

• A talk from an expert from the field in coaching Sports Coach UK (The UK's technical lead for Coaching)

• A chance to meet some of the ambassadors

If you missed out on the evening and were unable to sign up don't worry you can still sign up below.

If you would like any further information please contact Aaron Roberts on aaron.roberts@activenorfolk.org