Coach

COACH THE COACHES

MDNA are offering an opportunity for Club Coaches to observe and interact with Vicki Wilson (former Australian player and Firebirds coach) and Amanda Sheaffe (former Tigers Tier1 coach) during training sessions with the MDNA 13/14 years Representative Development Squad.

DATES:

Tuesday May 3rd- Amanda Sheaffe presenting

https://www.mdna.com.au/coach-development-3rd-may-2022

Tuesday May 10th- Vicki Wilson presenting

https://www.mdna.com.au/coach-development-10th-may-2022

Tuesday May 17th- Amanda Sheaffe presenting

https://www.mdna.com.au/coach-development-17th-may-2022

 

All sessions are from 7- 8.15 pm at MDNA and will be capped at 20 participants per session. Cost is $5 per person per session ($15 for all 3 sessions - plus processing costs).

Please register to each session using the links above.
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INTERMEDIATE COACHING ACCREDITATION

Netball Queensland Intermediate Coach Accreditation Course hosted at MDNA:

 

Intermediate Coach Accreditation

Venue: MDNA 

Date: 23/04/2022  

Time: 9am-5pm.

 

Cost $135.00  Please email all Expressions of interest to Donna Hutchinson Email bruce.hutch@bigpond.com by Tuesday 19/04/22

COACHING DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED.

MDNA has been offered a wonderful opportunity to observe a 2 hour coaching session with Jill McIntosh, former Australian player and Coach.
 
TIME:  Thursday, 10th March 6.30-8.30pm
 
VENUE: Cannon Hill Anglican College   
Court entrance off Bent St, Cannon Hill.
 
COST: $20 per person plus booking fee
 
Numbers are limited to 15 coaches with Development Accreditation or Higher.

Register here:

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COACHING ACCREDITATION

Netball Australia have designed the following pathways for Coaching Accreditation:

Coaching pathways

Further information can be found online at Coaching Accreditation & Workshops - Netball Queensland.

UDPATING ACCREDITATION

Updating involves coaches completing various tasks in a four year period following successful competition of an accredited course – Foundation, Development, Intermediate, Advanced and High Performance. It is a requirement that all coaches who become accredited must continue to update their knowledge to maintain their accreditation.

Why Update? Updating provides an opportunity for coaches to:

  • Keep up with the latest information on developments within netball
  • Receive the latest general and specific safety information for netball
  • Have the most up to date techniques and coaching methods in Australia

How To Update? When a coach receives an accreditation after completing an accredited netball course the “update clock” starts. Coaches have four years in which to complete their updating requirements. By attending updating activities, a coach is able to earn points towards completing the updating requirements associated with her/his current level of accreditation.

Re-Accrediting – How Do I Do It? You need to email the following to Netball Queensland (karen.topp@netballq.org.au):

  • A copy of Completed Log Book – provide registration number if applicable
  • Any notification of change of address
  • No payment is required

Coaching logbook

Click here to download a PDF version of the Coaching Update Logbook. 

How many points do I need to update my accreditation? Netball Australia requires a coach to reach the specified number of points of updating activity for each accreditation level as listed below:

Foundation AccreditationAttain Development OR Complete 20 points in 4   years
Development AccreditationAttain Intermediate OR Complete 40 points in 4   years
Intermediate AccreditationAttain Advanced OR Complete 60 points in 4 years
Advanced AccreditationAttain Elite OR Complete 80 points in 4 years
Elite AccreditationAttain High Performance OR Complete 100 points in 4 years
High Performance AccreditationComplete 120 points in 4 years

 

KNEE PROGRAM

Knees and ankles are the most commonly injured body parts of netballers and most of these injuries occur when landing.
Injury to one of the major stabilisers of the knee, the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL), is a common problem, annually representing approximately 25% of serious injuries (Netball Australia National Insurance Data).
Netball Australia’s KNEE Program is designed to prevent these injuries occurring.
Whether you are a coach to your child’s netball team, high performance coach, support staff or parent, this program is designed to keep your players on the court for longer and moving more efficiently when there.
As an athlete this program aims to keep you playing the sport you love without being sidelined by injury.
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