IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR COACHES:
Provided is a resource (template) which coaches can use to record training sessions, playing positions
FOUNDATION COACHING COURSE NOW ON LINE
Aspiring netball coaches can now complete their Foundation Coach Accreditation from the comforts of home with the course available online through Netball Australia’s website.
The Foundation Coach Accreditation Course is a key part of Netball Australia’s continued investment in developing a strong grassroots netball community.
The Foundation Coach Accreditation Course is targeted at beginner coaches, teachers, parents and ANZ NetSetGO coaches.
It outlines introductory coaching information and basic netball techniques and is the first step in the national coaching accreditation framework.
It features video content from Australian Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander along with other coaches and athletes from all levels of netball.
You can log on at a time that’s convenient to you and complete all of the modules to receive your certificate of completion and your Foundation Coach Accreditation. If you are interested, Ashbury will reimburse cost on completion of course (Certificate and Accreditation).
REGISTER ONLINE VIA http://netballnsw.com.au/ and follow the instructions to enroll. Once completed, you’ll also be able to purchase Netball Australia’s Foundation Coaching manual.
Netball Australia is also making available to the public the Foundation Skills of Netball series of videos. Click here to view them through Netball Australia’s YouTube channel.
Coaches can now learn online!
Visit the Netball NSW site and follow the link http://nsw.netball.com.au/participation/coaching/
Community Coaching General Principles Course through the Australian Sports Commission. Visit the Online Learning Portal: https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coaches_and_officials/coaches
Visit NSW Sport and Recreation Website: www.dsr.nsw.gov.au
ONLINE MENTORING COURSE - Mentoring is a highly effective way for coaches, umpires and officials to learn the 'art' of their role, and apply theory that they may have learnt in a classroom or through independent study. Mentoring relationships can be formally structured, with mentors assigned to officials, or they can grow out of a chance encounter with a like-minded person and remain very informal.
The link is: https://www.sportaus.gov.au/home