There is no education required to be a softball coach. My mom was going to be my softball coach at St. Andrews Park and all they did was a background check to make sure that she didn't abuse children, and my mom doesn't abuse children at all. She passed the background check and was my softball coach for the season. There is not really a education required. If you have played softball when you were younger and now want to teach (coach) softball you know what to do and how to do it. If you didn't know about softball then you would want to find out more about softball before you become a coach.
not as such . but a lot of practice and coaching is needed
None. You just have to be exceptionally good at the sport.
coaching programs that are needed
N. Sue Whiddon has written: 'Teaching softball' -- subject(s): Coaching, Softball
Dianne I. Baker has written: 'Winning softball drills' -- subject(s): Coaching, Softball, Training
Jacquie Joseph has written: 'Defensive softball drills' -- subject(s): Softball, Coaching, Training
extra coaching classes
physical education is the primary level where as coaching is the specialty of any sports.coaching is always related with the performance.physical education always related with motor development i.e. physical, mental, social development.where physical education finished , coaching started.
There is no required education that a softball needs, but to be the best of their ability they should have knowledge in the game.
Yes, you do have to have a good education.
There are no educational requirements to play softball or baseball professionally.
a father should be greatful that he coached his daughters team