AIS Centre for Performance Coaching and Leadership
The AIS Centre for Performance Coaching and Leadership delivers world best approaches to learning and development and it’s a key element of Australia’s Winning Edge strategy. We do this through three programs:
These programs formalise pathways for professional development for coaches and performance leaders, drive research and encourage innovation. Developed in partnership with Melbourne Business School, the structure of each program is thematic rather than discipline based, with content delivered via a series of face-to-face residential labs.
The AIS Centre for Performance Coaching and Leadership also offers open learning opportunities throughout the year, including seminars from world best content providers.
Centre for Performance Coaching and Leadership
Australian Institute of Sport
Leverrier Street, Bruce, ACT 2617
New technologies coming up.
New ways of communicating.
A new vision, a new idea and a new way of
helping Australia become number one.
It's a great opportunity to be challenged.
You can share circumstances.
You can share solutions.
Structured programs that are geared towards
Providing me with an innovative edge to my
craft as a coach.
This is the first time that we've all come
together with the same vision.
Improving the leadership of our sport in that
high performance area.
Continually learning, continually pushing
To be able to develop programs. Thinking strategically.
Is absolutely critical for Australia's high
performance outcomes and to be the world's
best means you need to learn.
How to plan for the best. How to communicate
for the best outcomes.
And the communication between the Centre and
Melbourne Business School is a fabulous opportunity.
Tailoring specific opportunities to people
professionally employed in sport.
This is an area that is untouched and it's
an area we can certainly gain some competitive
advantage over other nations.
This is an opportunity for us to share with
one another our experiences, our ideas, what
works, what doesn't work and to see what we
can do better in the future.
Rather than hunting around and looking for
something that may or may not fit our own
particular circumstances here we have an opportunity
to be involved with very sport specific development
Look, I think it's absolutely vital that high
performance coaches particularly are demonstrating
to their athletes that they want to be continual