The Club offers general coaching to all athletes under 6 to Masters and is conducted on each THURSDAY during the summer season.
Coaching commences at 5.00pm to 6.00pm
During the daylight saving period coaching time is 5.30pm to 6.30pm.
Whist every effort is made to cover all events there are restrictions due to coaches work times and availability.
There are some specialist coaching groups conducted on other days covering specific events, these sessions are organized by the coaches
OUR CLUB COACHES
Steve Kelly, Peter Watson
|LONG JUMP||Peter Watson, Robert Browne|
|TRIPLE JUMP||Peter Watson, Robert Browne|
|SHOT PUT||Dave Browne, Max Teasdale|
OFFICIALS / COACHING COURSES AND ACCREDITATION
LITTLE ATHLETICS NSW ONLINE EXAMS - COMMENCED 2012
Little Athletics NSW provides an officials accreditation. The Accreditation scheme has five levels of accreditation levels which are achieved through a mixture of theory exams and practical assessments.
1. JUNIOR D GRADE
2. D GRADE
AUSTRALIAN SPORTS COMMISSION LEARNING PORTAL
TEMPORARILY FREE COURSES – learning.ausport.gov.au
The Beginning Coaching General Principles Course - The course is aimed at first time and beginner coaches (eg. Parents) to encourage beginner coaches to undertake training. The course contains five modules and will take approximately six hours to complete. There is assessment included within each module of the course. The course is initially being offered free of charge, only to those people with a valid Australian postal address. The course is subsidised by the Australian Sports Commission to encourage beginner coaches to undertake training. Learners will have six months from the date of registration to complete the course.
High Performance Decision Making - This module looks at how goals motivate you and how making effective decisions will help you in your sport. You’ll look at values, what they mean, and how they can inform your decision making.
MPIO Online- Member Protection Information Officer Course. Includes child protection, harassment and discrimination, complaint resolution procedures and Member Protection and the law.
PBTR - Member Welfare
Includes Child Protection (from Play by the Rules); Harassment and Discrimination (from Play by the Rules); Complaint resolution procedure; Member Protection and the Law; Listening and responding effectively (Communication Skills); Meeting with a contact (Complaint Handling – The Starting Point) and Ethical and Practical considerations in handling complaints.
Play By The Rules - The course features two new modules: child protection and harassment and discrimination. The modules provide information for coaches, administrators, officials, players, parents and spectators on their rights and responsibilities under discrimination and child protection laws. Users who successfully finish a module and its assessment quiz can print a certificate of completion. The completion of the Play by the Rules course will be a requirement for Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO) training in the near future