The BWF invests significantly every year to support development projects and activities at the world, regional and local levels. The BWF invests signifittcantly every year to support development projects and activities at the world, regional and local levels. The BWF invests significantly every year to support development projects and activities at the world, regional and local levels.

  • The BWF invests significantly every year to support development projects and activities at the world, regional and local levels.
  • The BWF invests significantly every year to support development projects and activities at the world, regional and local levels.
  • The BWF invests significantly every year to support development projects and activities at the world, regional and local levels.
“Badminton is a Global Sport accessible to all” BWF’s development vision

“Shuttle Time” is BWF’s Schools Badminton Programme.

This programme aims to help teachers and coaches develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to plan and deliver safe and fun badminton lessons to children and youth.

How does the programme work?

Shuttle Time is an innovative self-study training programme. A range of training resources have been developed to help teachers and coaches learn the ‘how-to’ teach badminton to children and youth.

The main training resources are:

  • eachers’ Manual (10 Modules)
  • 22 Lesson Plans in 4 Packages
  • 92 Instructional Video Clips

To find out more please visit the Shuttle Time website where you can learn more. Getting started on the programme is easy,complete a simple online form and gett access to all the resources you need.

Coaches are important in any sports system and coach education is an important area the BWF is focusing on. The BWF Coach Education Framework sits within the Development Strategy to ensure continuous growth of Badminton Coaches.

The Coach Education system includes Training/Coaching materials which:

 

  • Are coach centred and competency based;
  • Provide a learner pathway for coaches to build skills and knowledge over time;
  • Cover the necessary core content at each level to build the knowledge and skill;
  • Offer a range of optional content and supplementary resources and activities at each level;
  • Integrate assessment tasks and activities to confirm coaches meet the required outcomes of the courses;
  • Provide a credential or certificate to recognize achievement on courses.