2020 Basketball Tasmania Coaching Courses
Basketball Tasmania offers coaching courses to upskill and educate coaches. Basketball Tasmania strongly encourages all coaches to become formally accredited as it provides these benefits:
You will be recognized by Basketball Australia, Basketball Tasmania, local CAMS and associations, clubs parents and players as an accredited coach
It ensures you are up to date with rule changes
You will have the latest techniques and teaching methods for basketball at your finger tips
By accrediting and staying updated it ensures you are aware of how to safely conduct a training session thereby reducing the likely hood of legal actions
It shows you care for your athletes and want to give the best!

The process for registering for a course is to first complete this expression of interest, you will be then provided a form to register and pay for the course. Once sufficient coaches have registered and paid a course will be facilitated.

Course for 2020 are - (details on content below)

Lets Coach Basketball
Latrobe and Districts Youth Centre Lets Coach Basketball 6.00pm - 7.30pm 26th February

Club Course
Moonah Sports Centre 9.00am – 5.00pm 22nd February
Ulverstone Sports Centre 9.00am – 5.00pm 9th February
St Patricks College 9.00am – 5.00pm 8th February

Association Coaching Course
Elphin Sports Centre 10.00am - 6.00pm and 9.00am and 9.00am - 1.00pm 25th and 26th July

For all information, please contact David Munns david.munns@basketballtas.com.au or 0488 111 386

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Lets Coach Basketball
A short two hour coaching course that provides an introduction to coaching through a non accredited course, perfect for those new to coaching
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Club Coaching Course
A recognised National Coaching Accreditation Scheme course with the face to face basketball component taking eight hours. To achieve accreditation a candidate completes the practical course component as well as the Australian Sports Commission online beginning general coaching principles course or provides equivalent recognition of prior learning. This course is for coaches who are coaching local domestic basketball to state junior championships.
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Association Course
A recognised National Coaching Accreditation Scheme course with the face to face basketball component taking 15 hours. This course is for those who are coaching senior representative competition, state teams and SEABL. Candidates must have a club course accreditation or prove they have coached at previously mentioned levels and have the capacity to understand course content.
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