Joey Wright, Head Coach of the Adelaide 36ers basketball team, entertained and inspired the audience with his coaching philosophies, his infectious enthusiasm for coaching and his commitment to truly understanding his athletes. A variety of sports attended the evening, held in regional Renmark on Monday 8 May.
Darren Burgess, Head of High Performance at Port Adelaide (AFL) Club engaged and entertained a crowd of almost 200 people on Monday 6 March.
His down to earth approach and honest discussion about his coaching journey and vast knowledge pertaining to many aspects of coaching, gave all in attendance many tips to take away and replicate at lower levels in their own clubs. A truly insightful and valuable evening!
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.
Coaches who are accredited through the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) are recognised by National and State Sporting Organisations and the Australian Sports Commission (ASC).
To become an accredited coach in your sport, contact your State Sporting Organisation and ask about the opportunities that are currently available for sport specific training or find out about our courses.
This highly popular 3-hour introduction to coaching children course is available to all individuals, clubs, associations, schools, councils and other organisations. This course can be accessed in a number of ways.
For detailed information on the course content visit the Courses page. NB: All ORSR coaching and officiating courses are under review, please check back with us in June 2019.
Coaching Tips 1 (PDF, 160 KB) – Why do kids play and quit sport, what makes a great and not-so-great coach, how does a coach improve?
Coaching Tips 2 (PDF, 117 KB) – The impact of a coach on children, the emphasis on winning, other goals to focus on.
Coaching Tips 3 (PDF, 107 KB) – Legal requirements for keeping children safe, encouraging respect for officials.
Coaching Tips 4 (PDF, 118 KB) – Planning for the season – coach’s checklist, involving parents – example letter/email.
Coaching Tips 5 (PDF, 122 KB) – Planning a great training session – example session plan
Coaching Tips 6 (PDF, 126 KB) – Better coaching techniques – making it like the real game and other coaching methods
Coaching Tips 7 (PDF, 120 KB) – Getting the best from your players and managing children’s behaviour
Training Session Template (PDF, 38 KB)
ECC Video Notes (PDF, 2006 KB) – 3 coaching technique videos on ORS SASI YouTube channel, see link below.
A series of coaching and other videos are available on the ORS SASI YouTube channel.
For further information on any of the above or for general enquiries, contact the State Coaching and Officiating Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 1300 714 990.