Coaches play a crucial role in netball and have significant influence on the participants they coach, helping them to reach their full potential. They are responsible for training athletes and providing them with the skills and competencies necessary through structured, enjoyable and safe practices.
As the coach is responsible for guiding and mentoring athletes, the responsibilities of this role can vary significantly. The roles a coach will and can undertake are inclusive of Instructor, Assessor, Mentor, Demonstrator, Advisor, Friend, Motivator and Counsellor – the list is endless and does not stop there.
If your passionate about coaching and want to start your netball coaching journey then click here to find out more about the courses we offer.
In addition to helping coached take their first steps, England Netball also offer a range of courses to progress your coaching journey. Further information can be found here.
If you can’t find the information you are looking for within this section, please contact Sarah Lewis (Chair of the Education and Training Working Group) or alternatively you can fill out the expression of interest form here.