The WAFC is proud to announce we will be running our inaugural Club Coach Coordinator (CCC) Training program on the 22 and 23 November at ECU Joondalup.
WAFC Club Coach Coordinator Training Program
22nd and 23rd November
The WAFC highly recommends this initiative to all clubs and schools who value the continued improvement in the quality of coaching and the subsequent enhancement of the quality of the sporting experience for all participants.
The course will be delivered as a parallel stream to the upcoming Level 2 Course.
The Club Coach Coordinator will be an important role in Junior and Senior football clubs. The training course and CCC role has been designed to enhance the skills and abilities of a coach across a variety of areas to allow them to develop other coaches within your club and improve the overall performance and professionalism within your club.
The course will feature specific sessions covering the topics listed below;
Why coaching coordinators?
Coaches are key influencers in developing and maintaining a positive club culture. They also have a significant impact on the lives of individuals within the club especially the players. Presently coaches are accredited through a sound educational structure within the AFL’s National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) recognised by The Australian Sports Commission (ASC). After completion of their coaching courses there is often little support for coaches beyond that.
The WAFC believes there is a growing need to support accredited coaches in clubs and schools and support their development in a variety of aspects of the multi-faceted role they play in the club or school environment. A club coaching coordinator could support and oversee the growth and development of individual coaches and enhance the overall effectiveness of the coach on site. This would facilitate the enjoyment of the coaches, players and officials within the organisation.
Success of a club coaching coordinator position can only be measured by the roles and responsibilities that are afforded to the coach in a particular coaching environment – these may be varied and all-encompassing. Each club or school that appoints a club coaching coordinator will clearly define the role that they expect of the individual that they appoint.
Course Cost includes
If you are interested in attending the course please complete the EOI form online
For more information you can visit the Club Coach Coordinator Webpage or contact;
Manager Club Development and Coaching