2017 NNZ Coach Development opportunities within Central Zone

NZ Coach Development Framework

Within Netball in New Zealand, there is a strong sense of national identity which binds us and creates unity.  We are the most popular women’s sport in New Zealand. We are small, culturally diverse and resilient.

The NNZ Coach Development Framework has been designed for developing coaches at all levels of the game and celebrates our uniqueness. It provides a vision and structure for improving the knowledge and delivery of Netball coaching with the overall goal of developing more quality and confident coaches. 
The approach is based on the following key principles:

• Designed specifically for Netball in New Zealand – reflective of New Zealand’s unique cultural and sporting environment
• Aligned - with Sport New Zealand coaching communities in conjunction with the New Zealand Coaching Strategy
• Player centred – based on the needs of the players, aligned to their stage of development and to the NNZ Player Development Guidelines
• Applicable and practical – encourages ‘on the job’ learning experiences
• Flexible – provides coaches with more choices and a higher degree of ownership in selecting and following their own development pathways
• Lifelong learning – promotes continued personal development and self-responsibility for learning

The NNZ Coach Development Framework encompasses four coaching communities:
* Foundation Coach
* Community Coach (CCA I and II)
* Performance Coach (PCQ)
* High Performance Coach

Within each community there is a wide range of coach development opportunities allowing for a coaches development to be a combination of formal, informal and ‘on the job’ learning. The workshops and modules cater for a wide range of learning styles and are reflective of the stages of player development.

The following is a breakdown of the CCA modules...

CCA1 Modules

PLAYER CENTRED COACHING (3 hours) – Pre requisite for all modules
This module consists of mental preparation, leadership and, effective coaching.  The module explores TGfU (Teaching Games for Understanding) in more detail and participants also look at leadership styles and effective use of questioning as they design and coach a TGfU activity with the support of the facilitator and the rest of the group.

PLANNING (SEASON & SESSION) (2 hours)
This module covers practice and game day planning, season planning, and evaluation methods and modifications.

SELECTING (3 hours)
This module builds on establishing policies and procedures and developing processes for electing that can be well utilised in preparation for trials.

SKILL ANALYSIS (2.5 hours)
This module works through the biomechanics of netball movement and skill correction focusing on a constraints led approach to coaching.

BUILDING EFFECTIVE RELATIONSHIPS (previously Communication & Managing Others) (3 hours)
This module focuses on tools and systems to assist the coach with communication and how best to people manage within a team environment.

TEAM CULTURE (previously Team Building) (2.5 hours)
This module focuses on developing a team vision, establishing and re-establishing team values, and team building activities that can be utilised throughout the season.

ATTACKING FUNDAMENTALS (combines previous Ball Skills and Attack 1) (2.5 hours)
This module covers coaching points for a variety of passes and develops an understanding of which pass could be best in various situations.  It also focuses on understanding learning styles and developing player self awareness along with netball-specific technical and tactical ideas.

DEFENCE 1 (3 hours)
This module covers phases of defence and exploring the stages of skill learning.

SHOOTING (3 hours)
This module details the sequential steps involved in a successful shot. Learn activities that will assist the development of shooters including skill correction, shooting roles and movement.

CCA II Modules

DEVELOPING PHYSICAL CAPACITY  (previously Fit For The Season) (2.5 hours)
This module covers the basic principles of conditioning for netball as well as basic nutrition for netball. A current first aid certificate is useful but not essential.

PLANNING ANNUAL TOURNAMENTS
This module will be introduced in 2017

GAME ANALYSIS (2.5 hours)
This module identifies and analyses tactical aspects of the game of netball and how best to use these when developing team talks.

MENTAL SKILLS (approx. 3 hours)
This module allows attendees to develop an understanding of basic mental skills and identify ways of applying principles to benefit player performance and enjoyment.

THROUGH COURT (2.5 hours)
This module covers game principles for through court attack & defence. Learn how to implement tactical strategies and identify through court issues & counters.

CIRCLE WORK (2.5 hours)
This module provides insight into how to get shooters working together in the goal circle to increase scoring opportunities and circle defence working together to create turnovers. Attendees cover defence of shot strategies.

CENTRE PASS (2.5 hours)
This module runs teaches attendees how to understand game principles for through court attack & defence. Learn how to implement tactical strategies and identify through court issues & counters.

PLANNING ANNUAL TOURNAMENT (preivously Tournament Planning) (2.5 hours)
This module provides coaches with the tools and systems to understand the preparation to attend tournaments or go on tour. It also highlights event planning and budgets

** Denotes modules that are being revised in 2017

CENTRAL ZONE CALENDAR FOR AUGUST TO DECEMBER 2017 (revised as at 24 July 2017)

To register for any of the below courses click the online registration link here: http://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/52847

Please note: Each course requires a minimum number of 8 participants in order to proceed.  Courses cater for a maximum of 16 participants.   Register promptly to avoid disappointment.

Module Location Date Time
WELLINGTON DATES      
Mental Skills Hataitai Pavilion Monday 7th August 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
PCC Hataitai Pavilion Monday 4th September 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Planning - Season & Session Hataitai Pavilion Monday 11th September 2017 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Developing Physical Capacity Hataitai Pavilion Monday 18th September 2017 6.00pm - 8.30pm
Team Culture Hataitai Pavilion Monday 25th September 2017 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Through Court Hataitai Pavilion Wednesday 18th October 2017 6.00pm - 8.30pm
Selecting Hataitai Pavilion Wednesday 25th October 2017 6.00pm - 8.30pm
Skill Analysis Hataitai Pavilion Monday 30th October 2017 6.00pm - 8.30pm
Centre Pass Hataitai Pavilion Thursday 9th November 2017 6.00pm - 8.30pm
Circle Work Hataitai Pavilion Monday 27th November 2017 6.00pm - 8.30pm
       
HUTT VALLEY DATES      
Building Effective Relationships Taita Pavilion Tuesday 19th September 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Shooting Taita Pavilion Tuesday 26th September 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Game Analysis Taita Pavilion Tuesday 17th October 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Attacking Fundamentals  Taita Pavilion Tuesday 31st October 2017 6.00pm - 8.30pm
Defence Taita Pavilion Tuesday 7th November 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
       
KAPI MANA DATES      
Player Centred Coaching Mungavin Pavilion Tuesday 24th October 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Selecting Mungavin Pavilion Tuesday 14th November 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm 
Building Effective Relationships Mungavin Pavilion Tuesday 21st November 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Planning Annual Tournaments Mungavin Pavilion Tuesday 28th November 2017 6.00pm - 8.30pm 
       
KAPITI DATES      
PCC Te Atiawa Pavilion Wednesday, 16 August 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Planning - Season & Session Te Atiawa Pavilion Thursday 26th October 2017 6.00pm - 8.00pm 
Building Effective Relationships Te Atiawa Pavilion Thursday 2nd November 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm 
       
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Please direct any queries regarding the above coaching courses to coachdevelopment@netballcentral.co.nz or phone 04 387 6031.




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