You don’t have to be a professional athlete or a physical education teacher to be a coach. Many people become coaches because they want to help others. As a coach, you will learn to problem solve, make ethical decisions, enhance your public speaking and become a leader in your community. Coaching is also a great way to stay physically active, build self-esteem, learn new things and refine the skills you already have. Many coaches become great not only by helping athletes, but by helping other coaches develop. If you are passionate about the sport of squash and motivated to help others, then you have the makings of a great coach!

Coaching Association of Canada - Course Calendar
* Find courses near you and become a Certified Coach

If you are interested in becoming a qualified coach, contact your provincial/territorial squash association for certification courses near you.