Office of Sport Coaching Workshop – 5 July

June 19th, 2019

The NSW Government’s Office of Sport is running a Coaching Workshop on Friday 5th July at the Lake Ainsworth Sport & Recreation Centre in Lennox Head, from 6 – 9pm.

The workshop will be presented by Darren Wensor (Head of Coach & Volunteer Development – Little Athletics NSW) and incorporates the latest research on essential topics that are intrinsic in coaching children aged between 5 and 12.

The workshop is aimed at allowing participants to;

  • Learn traditional and contemporary models of coaching that development participants’ technical, tactical, physical, mental and social competencies.
  • Take a detailed look at the ‘C’ system of coaching to equip you with new tools and improve your soft and personal skills.
  • Be introduced to the principles of Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU).
  • Learn fun and innovative practical techniques for keeping children engaged to blend with the pioneering academic theory.

The cost of the course is $30, which includes a 64 page workshop guide.

Call 02 6618 8500 or email to register or find out more information.

Click here to view the Workshop Flyer

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