Workshops

Quality coaching is vital to the development of players

Capital Football Coach Development conducts a number of Workshops each year in an effort to provide local coaches with additional easily accessible and relevant coach education opportunities.

With our unique access and proximity to the Australian Institute of Sport and various national team residential camp programs Capital Football is able to provide seminars involving many high profile professional coaches from across Australia and around the World.

The seminars are held in a variety of formats including informal speaking engagements, on field practical sessions, classroom theory discussions and town meeting style coach forums.

The seminars are carefully designed around highly specific themes giving coaches in the region access to some of the most advanced, up to date, practical and relevant coaching information available today.

Capital Football Coach Development Workshops 2016

Due to the success of the 2015 Technical Workshops run by the Capital Football Technical Department, Capital Football in conjunction with the FFA, will again be rolling out National Coach Development Workshops in 2016.

These Workshops will be a valuable resource for all coaches working in the NPL and High Performance area, as well as aspiring coaches currently at the Community level. Capital Football understands the importance in providing coaches with the necessary tools to enable their players to reach their full potential and world-class coach development is the first step in reaching the goal for nurturing world-class players.

Attending the workshops is free of charge and Coaches can gain 50 points towards reaccreditation of their Advanced Licence by attending 8 workshops within the 4yr validation period of their Licence.

Registration for the Workshops is mandatory and completed using My Football Club.  Details of  all 5 workshops being conducted this year and links to assist with registration are listed below;

WORKSHOP #1 -  Advanced Goalkeeping Workshop – Monday 30th May 6pm - 8pm

Venue: Hawker Football Centre, Synthetic Pitch

 

Click here to register for Workshop #1

 

WORKSHOP #2 - The problem-solving approach to Skill Learning – Monday 20th June 6pm - 8pm

Venue: Hawker Football Centre, Synthetic Pitch

Building Block: SKILL ACQUISITION

Coaching Expertise Model Pillar: ‘TRAINING’

‘TRAINING’ element: ‘Conduct’

This workshop will further develop and hone the ability of the coach to create a problem-solving environment in which to teach their players towards better use of skill in a game situation.

Click here to register for Workshop #2

 

WORKSHOP #3 - Skill Training – Monday 25th July 6pm - 8pm

Venue: Hawker Football Centre, Synthetic Pitch

Building Block: SKILL ACQUISITION

Coaching Expertise Model Pillar: ‘TRAINING’

‘TRAINING’ element: ‘Plan’

This workshop will help the coach further develop their ability to analyse football and identify a ‘specific aspect’ of a core skill allowing the youth specialist’s to be able to design sessions that will help players perceive, decide and execute a football action in a totally game-specific situation.

Click here to register for Workshop #3

 

WORKSHOP #4 - The Match as a teaching Medium – Monday 15th August 6pm - 8pm

Venue: Hawker Football Centre, Synthetic Pitch

All coaches aspire to improve performance. This workshop will further develop and hone the ability of the coach to create a problem-solving environment in which to teach their players tactical concepts.

Click here to register for Workshop #4

 

WORKSHOP #5 - The problem-solving approach to Tactical Training – Monday 29th August 6pm - 8pm

Venue: Hawker Football Centre, Synthetic Pitch

Building Block: GAME TRAINING

Coaching Expertise Model Pillar: ‘TRAINING’

‘TRAINING’ element: ‘Conduct’

This workshop will further develop and hone the ability of the coach to create a problem-solving environment in which to teach their players towards better use of skill in a game situation.

Click here to register for Workshop #5

 

WORKSHOP #6 - Tactical Training – Monday 5th September 6pm - 8pm

Venue: AIS, Synthetic Pitch

Building Block: GAME TRAINING

Coaching Expertise Model Pillar: ‘TRAINING’

‘TRAINING’ element: ‘Conduct’

This workshop will further develop and hone the ability of the coach to create a problem-solving environment in which to teach their players towards better use of skill in a game situation.

Click here to register for workshop #6