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ORS 2018 Coach Development Program

12 Feb 2018

2018 participants

Sunday 4 February saw the successful start to the ORS 2018 Coach Development Program (CDP). Twenty nine sub-elite coaches from sixteen different sports joined together to learn more about their own individual coaching styles, team dynamics, success factors required in elite sporting structures and how to build resilience in athletes. The CDP 2018 consists of 15 females, 14 males including 3 SASI, 3 regional, 2 Aboriginal and 4 coaches working in the disability space.

Over the next 5 months, these coaches will be assisted in further developing their coaching skills through compulsory and special interest workshops facilitated by experts in specific learning areas. The special interest workshops are also available to the public. Register here

The CDP is in its third consecutive year with 55 coaches having previously completed the program. The program demonstrates ORS commitment to investing in people, projects and initiatives that increase the capability and capacity of the sporting community.

2018 Participants

First name

Last name

Sport

Harry

Miller Jnr

AFL

Julie

Wadham

Baseball

Lawrie

Moore

Baseball

Mark

Cameron

Cricket

Jenny

MacPherson

Cycling

Toni

Tiller

Goalball

Joanna

Moar

Gymnastics

Daniel

Lynch

Gymnastics

Melody

Cooper

Hockey

Matthew

Morton

Hockey

Dan

Mitchell

Hockey

Erin

Burgess

Judo

Nathan

Freeman

Judo

Ellie

Meich

Little Athletics

Nathan

Rose

Little Athletics

Laura

Heinrich

Netball

Kim

Hocking

Netball

Peter

Thomas

Netball

El

Wilson

Rowing

Ben

Flannagan

Rowing

Carole

Margrison

Swimming

Jason

Dunlop

Swimming

Laurette

Norton

Table Tennis

Mark

Storken

Table Tennis

Codie

George

Tennis

Tom

Mabon

Tennis

Briony

Moore

Thoroughbred Racing

Edwina

McCarron

Volleyball

Ben

Haslett

Volleyball