The Coaches Connection Forum (CCF) is a weekly event for coaches of all abilities to connect with other coaches and learn about current best practices guidelines and models.
To encourage our community to have stronger connections, Coaches, and people looking to begin coaching, will have the opportunity to engage informally with others over food and drinks prior to the 60 min coaching demonstration.
Everyone from experienced rep coaches to the many parent and student coaches looking to up-skill are encouraged to attend. Register here!
There are two separate sessions that cover similar material but adjusted for the age and stage of the athlete. The first session is targeted at high schoolers looking to start or further their coaching journey. The second session is an adult learning environment for the novice parent coach, to the experienced coach, to learn and deepen their understand of the basics of coaching. The full programme outline can be found here.
Five successive Tuesdays from March 7th, until April 4th. Adults are not required to attend all sessions.
330pm to 4pm: doors open for food and social – coaches do not have to arrive on-time for this as we are aware there is travel time between schools.
4pm to 5pm: coach development and demonstration practice with players
5pm to 530pm: doors open for food and social
530pm to 63pm: coach development and demonstration practice with primary school players
Shirley Boys’/Avonside Girls’ Gym
The CCF is predominantly focused on developing new coaches; and providing connection and support to coaches. There are two sessions each week, the first for young high school coaches looking to learn the basics and connect with peers’ the second, an adult learning environment for all adult coaches from new parents The following four sessions will be taught ion conjunction with guest coach sessions.
Again, CCF is open to all coaches, particularly those new or novice to coaching. It is a great opportunity to a strong support network in the coaching scene and to learn.
The CCF is headed by Canterbury Basketball Associations Head of Pathways and Community Development Benjamin Constable, and supported by trained coach developers and experienced coaches.
We would also like to acknowledge the support of Basketball New Zealand in this venture.