WaiBOP Football in association with NZF is pleased to announce it will conduct a series of NZF Advanced Coaching – Informal Workshops (as per below). The following dates and locations for the first three of these informal workshops (FREE of charge) have been set.
|Date||Time||Venue||Module||Link to Book|
|Monday 3rd April||6pm-9pm||Gower Park, Hamilton||The Match as a Teaching Medium||HERE|
|Monday 15th May||6pm-8pm||Links Ave, Mt Maunganui||Tactical Training – Game Training (Define & Design)||HERE|
|Friday 30th June||6pm-8pm||Links Ave, Mt Maunganui||A Problem Solving Approach to Tactical Training||HERE|
*Dates and Venues for two further Skill Acquisition courses will been confirmed in the coming weeks. More here.
The Match as a Teaching Medium workshop focuses on how to deliver clear and precise Pre-Match and Half-Team team talks based on the four moments of the game.
The Tactical Training – Game Training (Define & Design) workshop is designed to develop and improve the ability of coaches to identify football problems and design the best training session to address that problem.
The A Problem Solving Approach to Tactical Training workshop focuses on the teaching process and how to develop a script (team task & player tasks) in order to achieve the session objective through interventions that improve player development and team understanding.
These workshops provide previous advanced coach education course attendees an excellent opportunity to refresh themselves with some of the key course content around the Game Training Coaching Methodology.
Likewise, the courses provide further development opportunities for coaches to grow their own knowledge having completed previous community courses (e.g. Senior Level 1 or Youth Level 2), while also providing an opportunity to start familiarising with the NZF Advanced Coach Education structure/course material (Senior Level 2 & 3) prior to registering onto a course.
If any coaches have questions about these workshop please contact WaiBOP Football Coach Educator Alec Wilson on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 063 9371.