The high performance squad has also been served by the input of international players, including Justin Kemp, Stiaan van Zyl, Dane Piedt and Andrew Puttick, who shared their own road map to success.
Nackerdien said Kemp’s session on leadership, on his own return to the national team and lessons learned, was a fantastic one.
Dane Vilas and Vernon Philander will also share some of their one-day secrets with the 14 players on Tuesday.
The successful use of the Yorker has assisted the Cape Cobras during the past three seasons, as the Cape Champions won the Ram Slam T20 Challenge in 2014/2015-season, and shared the Momentum One Day Cup spoils with the bizhub Highveld Lions in 2012/2013 and with The Unlimited Titans in 2013/204-season.
The switch hit first gained prominence when Kevin Pietersen used it in June 2008 in a One Day International. He changed from a right-hander to a left-hander just before the ball was delivered by the bowler for the purpose of executing the shot.
The group will also practice the sweep and reverse sweep.
The all-rounder Jason Smith and the fast bowler Mpilo Njoloza are both side-lined due to back injuries, with Smith being in a race for time to be ready for the season as his recovery period could be three months.
Apart from Faiek Davids, the Western Province coach, Johann Louw, the new Boland coach, will also join the high performance program to share his expertise.
Louw is a former South African player and was also a Cape Cobras stalwart.