Linda Low is our Coach Mentor

Linda is the Senior Consultant at e.t.c coaching consultants, and Programme Lead for the Olympic Solidarity Women In Sports Performance High Performance Coaching Pathway (WISH).

She was at the forefront of coach education in the UK for many years before moving to the USA. She is a pioneer in field-based coach education training, resulting in being awarded the prestigious award of UK Coach Developer of the year in 2014.

With e.t.c, Linda works collaboratively to support the delivery of high quality coaching education and coach development, and supporting women in sports coaching and leadership. 

She has consulted with the World Rowing Federation, World Rugby, British Athletics, United Soccer Coaches, and the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) supporting coach education and the PTRW program, for which she received the PTR education merit award in 2022.

Linda, along with Sarah McQuade and John Ackerley, oversee our highly successful Coach Mentor Diploma in collaboration with United Soccer Coaches.

Follow Linda on Twitter @LindaLow22


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Linda Low
Meet our Coach Mentor, Linda Low
Watch the replay of our webinar to support grassroots youth coaches around the transition to 7v7 football.
Elliott Ward, head coach with Colchester United's U18s, tells us about his Coaching Role Models in the MiMentor Coaches Coffee Club.
Ipswich Town U18s coach Callum Tongue highlights the consistent approach of first team manager Kieran McKenna and other successful teams.
What Is A CDM?
During Euro 2020 we will be hosting a number of live webinars to look at the technical and tactical approaches that teams adopt during the tournament, in collaboration with our partners Keyframe Sports.
Download the Free Professional Development Planning Tool, from our Coach Mentor Diploma.
Ross Embleton, Colchester United's Head of Recruitment, talked about the subject of Coach Qualities, as well as giving us an insight into his career path in the game.
How can we help players within our team develop composure and effective decision-making for fast, pressurised attacking situations?
In this edition of the MiMentor Coaches Coffee Club, James catches up with Jack Cassidy, Cambridge United Football Club's Senior PDP Coach and Pathways Manager.