Coach Education Coordinator Visits Northern Inland Football

May 1st, 2018

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) Coach Education Coordinator, Tom Oldaker, will be travelling to Northern Inland to deliver a number of workshops and courses to community coaches within the region this week.

Today, Tuesday 1 May, Tom will be delivering a Club Coach Coordinator (CCC) Workshop at Armidale Bowling Club.

The CCC program is a Football Federation Australia (FFA) initiative which provides support for coaches within a club environment.

The key outcomes of the workshop are for CCC to:

• Understand the self-reflection coach behaviour checklist
• Observe a practice and identify good coaching behaviours and behaviours that need developing
• Provide effective feedback using GROW and REVIEW methods

Northern Inland Football Technical Director, Howard Stubbs, will be delivering a CCC working tomorrow, Wednesday 2 May at West Diggers in Tamworth.
Also on Wednesday 2 May, Tom will be meeting with key stakeholder involved within the Armidale clubs to discuss the importance of coach education.

Details of Events:

Tuesday 1 May
Club Coach Coordinator (CCC) Workshop
Armidale Bowling Club
6pm-9pm
Register Here

Wednesday 2 May
Club Coach Coordinator (CCC) Workshop
West Diggers, Tamworth
6pm-9pm
Register Here

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