Coaching Courses

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Online Coaching Course from Netball Australia

Online Coaching course from Queensland Netball

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Free Coaching Booklet online

Great site to look at it breaks down problems and gives ideas. Example a girl dropping the ball, it asks why and how to fix it.

Intermediate Coaching Course

Details of the course are below however please note that the links to register are not live and interested coaches should go to to register and get more information.

Date:  14-15 March
Host Association:  Netball Queensland
Address:  210 Beaudesert Rd Moorooka
Time:  9.00am-5.00pm
Course Number:  I1600

Date:  25-26 July
Host Association:  Netball Queensland
Address:  to be advised
Time:  9.00am-4.00pm
Course Number:  I1601

Duration: 15 hours over 2 days.
The participants of this course will be observing the 21s/Under Nationals hosted by Netball Queensland on the weekend of 14-15 March

  •  Completion of a Netball Australia Development Coaching Course (held for a minimum of twelve months)
  •  Participants must be current Netball Queensland members
  • Payment must be made at time of booking. Course fees will not be refunded after the closing date

PLEASE NOTE: Coaches wishing to participate in the Intermediate Coaching Course must bring two players to the course with them for the Practical Assessment component only. These players must be available at the venue from 1.30 – 4.00pm and be a minimum of 15 years of age. Failure to provide two players for the Practical Assessment will disqualify the coach from being able to undertake the Practical Assessment component of the course and therefore be ineligible to be awarded the accreditation.

Coaching course 11-13 and 14-16 yrs old

The DTDAD Program is an Australian Netball initiative focusing on the development of netball athletes aged between 11-13 yrs and 14-16 yrs of age.  These programs are designed to assist coaches and are based around three core components:

Technical and Tactical Skill Development 

Physical Preparation 

Athlete Wellbeing 

The program will concentrate on a range of fundamental sports skills including throwing, catching, jumping, running and basic game formats that encourage fun, skill development and decision making.   The primary aim is to provide coaches with the ability to develop and correct individual athlete technique, develop the athletes ability to withstand the effects of speed and fatigue, and to consistently execute the skills of netball under pressure.

The Brisbane North Region and Downey Park Netball Association will be hosting the Dare To Deliver A Diamond Courses for 2014 as follows:

DTDAD 11- 13 Yrs:  Tuesday 17 June 2014 6.00pm till 9.00pm    - Nominations close 10 June 2014  Click here to nominate

DTDAD 14 -16 Yrs:  Tuesday 24 June 2014 6.00pm till 9.00pm    -  Nominations close 17 June 2014 Click here to nominate


Both courses will be hosted at Downey Park Netball Association which is located on the Cnr of Northey Street and Green Terrace, Windsor. 
Please note each applicant must bring a chair to sit on for the evening.