For many netballers in England, their coach is the individual that empowers them to fulfil their potential, inspiring them to carry on playing and enjoy the sport. Having the passion, enthusiasm and willingness to learn are qualities needed by any coach.
You may be a parent who wants to help at their child’s local school or club, or maybe you have been playing for a while and want to explore a different way of getting involved in the sport. Whatever your reason for getting into coaching, we can help you to find the right training to progress your knowledge and understanding and give you the confidence to realise your coaching ambitions.
England Netball offers a range of courses and grants to support coaches taking their qualifications. Most clubs are also keen to have extra pairs of hands to help out with junior and senior coaching sessions, so why not offer to help with your club to get a taste of coaching!
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Netball South – Coaching Vision and Mission
Increase and retain the number of quality coaches delivering safe, fun netball to all members of Netball South.
Netball South coaching TSG aims to understand:
• Who our participation coaches are
• What formal qualifications participation coaches have attained
• Where participation coaches reside and deliver
• What the needs of participation coaches are
• What the regional coaching landscape looks like.
Netball South Coaching TSG aims to support is participation coaches by:
• Creating Continued Professional Development events
• Linking (where possible and available) to the EN coaching Strategy and associated resources
• Promote Netball and non Netball specific development
• Work in consultation with netball and non-netball partners to highlight coach development opportunities
• Communicate latest coaching trends to members
• Where appropriate, financially supporting participation coaches with their coach development (in accordance with NS bursary guidelines) and sign post to non- netball specific funding
• Actively promote coaching using all available communications
• Champion the coaching agenda at Netball South Regional Management Board meetings.
Surrey Storm Coaching for Coaches Workshops
Surrey Storm are running a series of Coaching for Coaches workshops at the home of Storm – Surrey Sports Park. They will be ran by former Central Pulse coach, (who compete in the trans-Tasman ANZ Championship), Tania Hoffman who is the new Director of Netball at Storm. The following workshops will be taking place:
Thursday 12th January, Surrey Sports Park, 6-8pm – Defence Tips and Tactics
Thursday 9th February, Surrey Sports Park, 6-8pm – Footwork Drills
Thursday 9th March, Surrey Sports Park, 6-8pm – Attacking Drills
You can now book through this website: https://www.surreysportspark.co.uk/book/
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Rowing Satellite Clubs forum – January 2017
This is an opportunity for coaches to communicate and network with other coaches in different sports. If you are interested in attending or would like more information, please use the contact details below.
I am delighted to invite your Rowing club committee members and coaches to the first Satellite Clubs Rowing forum delivered by Energise Me and British Rowing. This forum aims to allow Rowing clubs to hear about and understand what the Satellite Clubs initiative is; how it can benefit them by increasing participation numbers, supporting development of coaching workforce, and pay for equipment.
The forum is open to all Rowing Clubs or Rowing delivery organisations to attend from the counties of Hampshire, IOW. Coaches from Dorset, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Surrey, Kent, Sussex and Middlesex are invited to attend the workshop presentation delivered by Leander Club Chief Coach and Director of Rowing Mark Banks. Mark was also part of the GB Coaching team at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. His presentation ‘Zero to Hero in three years’ How to make an athlete into a rower, will guide attendees to understand what technical aspects are required to progress an identified athlete to a world class rower and how these principles can be applied to their own rowing club environment.
Hampshire and IOW based Rowing Clubs and Rowing Delivery Organisations are asked to bring at least one committee member and coach to the forum with each attending both workshops free of charge. Coaches from outside of Hampshire or IOW will be asked to pay £25 to attend Mark Banks workshop. There are 30 spaces available for this workshop so please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. You are also invited to attend if you are interested.
Details of the forum are:
Date: Monday 16 January 2017
Time: 7pm-9pm, Arrival 6.30pm onwards
Venue: Coalporters ARC, Southampton
Booking details: Via this Eventbrite link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/satellite-clubs-rowing-forum-tickets-29889716948 which includes an online payment
An evening meal and soft drinks will be provided to all delegates. Additional drinks can be bought from the clubhouse bar.
This is a unique opportunity for Rowing clubs to meet, network and understand current trends and support available to them.
If you have any further questions, please do ask.
Satellite Clubs Development Manager
01962 676 371