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Coaching courses

If you’re looking to coach or manager a team in 2023, book your spot in a coaching course now.

These courses range from introductory courses to more advanced, ensuring that everyone who attends will be given the opportunity to learn and grow as a coach. Anyone who is coaching a team should be qualified and we recommend team managers also do a course in case they need to step-in at any stage during the season. To make it as easy as possible to attend, all community courses are held outside of business hours or on weekends.

MiniRoos Certificate We encourage all parents to attend this course as it gives them a great insight to what coaches do and why. The course is also an ideal starting point for coaches interested in training players aged 6-13. The course lasts just one hour but will give you a firm grounding on how to coach children in this age group.
  • Bennett Park (15 March)

  • Majors Bay Reserve (22 March)

  • Mackey Park (23 March)

Skill Training Certificate If you’re coaching players aged 9-13, this this course is for you. It is held over three sessions.

  • Strathfield Park (13, 20, 27 February) - LIMITED SPOTS LEFT

  • Sydney Secondary College, Leichhardt (3, 10, 11 March)

  • Strathfield Park (17 April, 1 May, 8 May)

  • Mackey Park (24 May, 31 May, 7 June)

Game Training Certificate This course is for coaches of players aged 12 years and above. The course is run over three night sessions.
  • Strathfield Park (13, 20, 27 March)

Community Goalkeeping Course For coaches interested in helping goalkeepers improve and progress.
  • Pratten Park (17 May)

Refresher courses Attend a refresher course (held over one night) if your current coaching licence has expired. This will reaccredit your qualification for four years.
  • Game Training Certificate Refresher: Strathfield Park (27 March)

  • Skill Training Course Refresher: Strathfield Park (3 April)

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