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your club may like to look in to:

Com­mu­nity Coach Work­shop – aimed at new/beginner coaches and cov­ers the ba­sics of be­ing an ef­fec­tive coach, as well as plan­ning ses­sions, codes of con­duct and more. Mon­day April 22, 6.30pm, Brian Perry Sports House, Hamil­ton.

Smart Coach Work­shop – a three mod­ule ses­sion which cov­ers prac­ti­cal in­sights into key success fac­tors for coach­ing teams, men­tal tough­ness, what leads to success and fail­ure, and coach­ing bet­ter skills. Mon­day May 27, 6-9pm, Mata­mata Col­lege.

Club Devel­op­ment Work­shops: Cre­at­ing a mis­sion state­ment, vol­un­teer re­cruit­ment, fund­ing and spon­sor­ship, con­flict man­age­ment. Tai­lor­made to suit your clubs needs.

Sports spe­cific coach devel­op­ment ses­sions.

If any of th­ese ideas in­ter­est you or your club or school have any queries please con­tact me.

Sport Waikato’s Up­right and Ac­tive pro­gramme is all about keep­ing ac­tive as you age and try­ing to de­crease the in­ci­dence of falls in older adults by im­prov­ing strength and bal­ance through some sim­ple ex­er­cises. Try one of the cour­ses – they are fun and a great way to meet peo­ple.

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