Bridging Course set for Sydney with accreditation compulsory for the 2017 Vawdon Cup

As the subject line suggests NSW Touch Football are adjusting the accreditation requirements for Coaches for the up and coming 2017 Vawdon Cup for Coaches involved in t he Premier League/Open A Divisions in Men’s, Women’s & Mixed categories.

This accreditation will be compulsory for the 2017 Vawdon Cup and State Cup and will be advertised in the forthcoming NSWTA General Conditions of Entry.

The rationale in this decision to increase the accreditation requirement for NSWTA events is that we see the ongoing education of our high end coaches as essential for the betterment of the sport in our state. This obviously has great benefit at not only the Affiliate level but also the Regional and State too. We believe this update in accreditation will arm you with the best tools to take your coaching to the next level as well improve your knowledge on current trends.

As such all existing Level 2 accredited Coaches (accredited prior to 2014) will need to only complete an Elite Bridging Course with the outline listed below

Elite Bridging Course Outline (Day 1 for Level 2 accredited)

Further Information Link

Participant Introduction 10 mins

Module 1: Coaching Processes – Theory 90 mins

Module 3-6: Skill Development – Update on new Elite Skills & Strategies 120 mins

Module 7: Athletic Performance – Theory 60 mins

Module 8: Coach Intervention and Game Analysis – Theory/Practical 40 mins

Module 9: Elite Game Plan – Theory/Practical 60 mins

Module 10: Athlete Development, Selection and Talent Identification – Theory 20 mins

TOTAL (inc breaks) 8 hours

To assist in this process there will be a number of courses conducted throughout NSW in 2017 with the first of these listed below;

– Elite Bridging Saturday 8th July (1 day course only for Level 2 Accredited) Bankstown Sports Club 8.30-5pm Register Now

– Elite Bridging Sunday 9th  July (1 day course only for Level 2 Accredited) Bankstown Sports Club 8.30-5pm Register Now



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