The NNZ Community Coach Award Level 1 has been designed as the entry for the development coach. The framework will provide coaches with the necessary technical skills to provide quality coaching up to and including the U15 age group level. The NNZ CCA Level 1 Award is made up of 11 modules, 3 of which are pre-requisite modules.
NNZ Community Coach Award Level 2 (Tactical)
The NNZ Community Coach Award Level 2 (CCA Level 2) has been created to provide an in-depth knowledge to support netball coaching at Community level. NNZ CCA Level 2 Award is made up of eight tactical modules.
With over 300 netball teams playing each week during the winter season, our schools, clubs and Nelson Netball Centre are always looking for new coaches.
Coaching is a fantastic way to give back to the netball community, whether it is coaching beginner netballers or representative sides. Coaching is for anyone who enjoys netball and genuinely cares about the overall development of the players in their care. Coaching is not just about improving a player’s physical performance, it is about the development of them as a ‘whole’ person. The physical skills players learn may only be used for a few years, but the attitudes and values they develop towards themselves and others will last for a lifetime.
Nelson Netball Centre works closely with Netball New Zealand (NNZ) and Netball Mainland’s Coach Development Manager to offer player centred, community based coaching courses which extend and develop the knowledge of our coaches at all levels. The Framework aligns the development of coaching knowledge and capability to the physical and developmental needs of athletes playing Netball.. Although the accreditation is not compulsory ,for our representative teams we endeavour to appoint coaches who have NNZ coach accreditation.
For more information on the coach development framework, and a guide to the modules required for each level please click here.
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