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The is an on-going process of recording reflections on your achievements and strengths to date in your professional or personal life, identifying key areas for your future development and then setting new goals to achieve in these areas.
This cycle of self-reflection and action planning encourages individuals to learn to develop themselves and plan for the future by becoming more self-aware of their qualities, skills and capabilities.
Use the button below to create your own Personal Development Plan. Once completed you can save and/or print your PDP as required.
For more information or advice on Personal Development Planning speak to your ECB Personal Development and Welfare Coach.
In 2006, the PCA undertook an extensive review of all player-performance related statistics in the game. Our results highlighted that cricket statistics are:
Cricket is a game that requires players to be skilled at multiple disciplines. To take wickets, to score runs, to take catches, to affect run outs. The value to a side of a genuine all-rounder cannot be underestimated.
The PCA MVP are calculated by combining a player’s overall individual performances.
In April 2006, the PCA set up its MVP Committee. During the 2006 season, the Committee carried out the following steps:
Current, past first-class and international cricketers were involved at every step of the design process. The PCA invested 100’s of hours in the design and development of the ratings formula. It is truly reflective of the players’ view of the game.
The PCA MVP is a cumulative points system that rewards players for every run scored, every wicket taken and every catch held – and, how well they do it.
A player achieves bonus points based in certain criteria. An overview of the formula is set out below:
BATTING + BOWLING + FIELDING + CAPTAINCY + WINNING = TOTAL MVP
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