Coaching and Officiating Forum – tickets on sale now

Netball Queensland is hosting the 2019 Coaching and Officiating Forum on Saturday 26 October followed by two dedicated Umpiring Workshops on Sunday 27 October. The events are adjuncts to the Queensland Sports Collective Forum being held on Friday the 25th, with all events hosted at the Queensland State Netball Centre in Brisbane.

2019 Coaching and Officiating Forum, Saturday 26 October

We are inviting coaches and officials from ALL sports (not just netball) to come along and learn how to positively influence the experience for participants at all levels. The innovative forum program explores ideas and concepts that come from ALL sports (not just netball) as well as from non-sporting contexts. Delegates will hear from a variety of speakers in an interactive styled program with opportunity for asking questions to gain further insights.

Come along and experience a great day of learning and sharing with other sports.  At the end of the forum, enjoy refreshments and networking opportunities while listening to commentary and opinions as 2 teams battle it out in the Great Debate.

At $150 – discounted to $120 for if you are also attending the Queensland Sports Collective Forum – it’s great value and one not to be missed.

Tickets are limited to 100 and are on sale now. For more information, contact Karen Topp for more information, karen.topp@netballq.org.au.

Program overview 

Queensland State Netball Centre – VIP rooms from: 8.30 am – 4.30 pm, Saturday 26 October

TIME TOPIC
8.30 am Registration – In foyer outside NQ Office
9.00 am Keynote: It’s all about the Experience

Strategies for making everyone’s experience a positive one

  • What can we learn about customer experience and how it can be applied in the sporting context?
  • Q & A
10.00 am Panel: Welcome to the club

Hear from panellists on considerations for meeting the needs of diverse sporting communities

  • How do we make first impressions count and keep them coming back?
  • Q & A
11.00 am Morning Tea & networking
11.15 am Case Studies: Coaching in the Contemporary Sporting Environment

  • Create an environment that builds confidence & competence within a team environment
  • Q & A
12.15 pm  

LUNCH & networking

 

1.00 pm Case Studies: Officiating in the contemporary Sporting Environment

  • Exploring the learnings and challenges to achieve success as an official in the sporting arena
  • Q & A
2.00 pm Case Studies: The Performance

  • Exploring ideas and concepts that contribute to consistency and quality of individual and team performances in a non-sporting context
  • Q & A
3.00 pm The Great Debate: Topic – “Winning isn’t everything it is the only thing” Vince Lombardi

Adjudicator – Mel Bennett

 

4.00 pm Final Session

Wrap up

4.15 pm Finish

 

Umpiring Workshops with Tim Marshall, Sunday 27 October

Netball Queensland are pleased to present umpiring workshops with Tim Marshall, AA Badge and current SSN Umpire.  Tim will be facilitating two workshops with differing target groups.  Each workshop will explore key topics through group discussion and practical on court activities.  Participants can choose to attend one or both of these workshops.

Program overview 

Queensland State Netball Centre – VIP rooms from: 9 am – 1.30 pm, Sunday 27 October

Workshop 1: 9am – 11am {Community}

This workshop is aimed at umpires and umpire coaches at community level, particularly those who are working towards or recently attained their National C Badge.

  • Umpiring Pathways, Competencies and Criteria
  • Key components for umpire development
  • Building the relationship between umpires and umpire coaches
  • Reading the game
  • Game management; and
  • Developing understanding of Contact/Contest and Advantage

 

Workshop 2: 11.30am – 1.30pm {Performance}

This workshop is aimed at umpires and umpire coaches at performance level, particularly those who are working towards or recently attained their National B or A Badge.   Topics:

  • Umpiring Pathways, Competencies and Criteria for higher level umpires
  • Reading the game
  • Game management
  • Self-reflection and working with umpire coaches
  • Setting realistic goals and implementing feedback
  • Applying Contact/Contest and Advantage in game play

Cost:      $30 for each workshop or $50 in total for both.

Tickets are limited to 50 and are on sale now. For more information, contact Karen Topp at karen.topp@netballq.org.au.