Throughout the year, Basketball Queensland conducts coaching courses, clinics, forums and other educational activities to continually improve the standard of coaching across Queensland, and encourage more people to become basketball coaches.
Basketball coaching can be a fun and rewarding pastime, and opportunities exist for those looking to move into a career in coaching, with a clear defined pathway, Coach Educator Program and the Basketball Queensland Advanced Coach Development Program.
Basketball Queensland also regularly holds coaching clinics featuring national and internationally-renowned coaches, giving Queensland coaches the opportunity to learn from and interact with some of the best names in the game.
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Club Coach (Level One) Course: This course is the first step for coaches to gain formal accreditation in the sport of basketball. The information contained within this course is very broad and touches upon all the major elements involved within coaching a team at club and association levels of competition.
Association Coach (Level Two) Course: This course gives greater detail and knowledge about the elements involved in coaching a basketball team at elite levels such as state representative and athlete development. The course focuses on a coach’s personal development and how to continue to gain knowledge about the sport of basketball.
Level Three Course: This course is currently under review and waiting sanctioning by the Australian Sports Commission. The course focuses on the elite level skills needed to coach within the professional ranks of coaches within Australia.
BASKETBALL QUEENSLAND ACCREDITED COACH EDUCATORS AND THE PRESENTER AND ASSESSOR TRAINERS COURSE
Basketball Queensland annually accredits a number of coaches to deliver Basketball coaching courses, following completion of the Australian Sports Commission’s Presenter and Assessor trainers’ course. Need someone to deliver a coaches course at your association? Click here to find an accredited trainer in your region