Indigenous Program Coaching Course

A limit of 40 spots are available for the Course, so get in quick.

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AFL LEVEL ONE COACH ACCREDITATION COURSE 2012

1 DAY COURSE – Friday the 29th of June, 2012 @ ‘Korin Gamadji’ - Richmond Football Club, Punt Road Oval,

Arrive 8:30am for 9am start

 

Return completed and signed registration form to; Aaron Clark, Indigenous Program Manager, AFL Victoria

By COB on Monday 25th of June by Email;  aaron.clark@aflvic.com.au or fax – 03 9380 1076

 

* NO COST TO PARTICIPANTS – AFL Victoria Indigenous Programs will cover costs of course participation/accreditation.

 

NOTE; All participants are required to fully participate in the whole Coaching Course delivery as follows;

             8.30am to 4.30pm - Coaching Course delivery

             4.30pm to 6.30pm - Assessment Task (To ensure it all gets completed on the 1 day)

             6.30pm to 7.30pm – BBQ Dinner at Punt Road Oval

             7.30pm to 9.30pm – Carlton v Hawthorn, MCG, Tickets will be provided.

                                           All participants have to be at this game to half time.

 

Key presentations by past AFL players and AFL club Staff.

Peter Shwab, Jason Mifsud, Chris Johnson and more!!

 

Topics Covered:

  • Structure of Victorian Football
  • Role of the Coach
  • Skill of Kicking
  • Skills and Drills
  • Planning and the Training Session
  • Team Play and Tactics
  • Umpiring
  • Game Sense and Decision Making
  • Fitness for Football
  • Injury Prevention and Management
  • Practical Coaching
  • Present a drill/activity
  • Assessment



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