Beach Volleyball Coaching Workshop - Coaching Juniors on the Beach
SVNSW is happy to provide a coaching workshop focusing on Juniors and their development and pathways in the game of Beach Volleyball. This workshop will share techniques, theories and open discussion on methods regarding how to coach juniors from the grassroots level to the elite, and their pathways through beach volleyball.

This course is open to coaches of all levels and disciplines, both indoor and the beach. It will be of valuable to coaches new to juniors, indoor coaches looking for more resources on how to coach juniors and/or looking to get involved in beach. and experienced beach coaches.

This workshop will not result in accreditation and is open to everyone, but is highly encouraged you be a level 1 coach.

Cost $30.00
When: Saturday September 9, 2017
Where: Maroubra Beach
Time: 10-00 - 2:00 PM tentatively
Who: SVNSW Development Officer Monica Jones, Volleyball Australia Pathways Director Nam Pham, Craig 'Frog' Marshall current head coach of the QAS program in QLD and ex National Men's Beach Coach over the last 20 years, and potentially one more upon confirmation.

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