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Carol Byers - Accreditation Programs

Carol Byers - Accreditation Programs

Carol Byers from Netball Australia talks about the implementation of their foundation level accreditation program.
Carol Byers - Recruting coaches

Carol Byers - Recruting coaches

Netball Australia is recruiting coaches through the flexible delivery of their Foundation Level program with links with the Active After School Communities Program and encouraging athletes to complete the program.
Lawrie Woodman - Inclusive Education Programs

Lawrie Woodman - Inclusive Education Programs

Lawrie Woodman, Manager Coaching, Umpiring and Volunteers for AFL, discusses how AFL have developed and implemented ‘inclusive coaching programs’. Lawrie also talks about the challenges faced and how the coaches have embraced the programs along with some success stories.
Les Bee and Norman Boardman - Practical Presenter Training

Les Bee and Norman Boardman - Practical Presenter Training

Les Bee, Football Federation Victoria and Norm Boardman, Football Federation Australia, talk about Football’s philosophy of delivering Presenter/Facilitator Training in a Practical manner. They highlight the process that took place and the benefits that practical training has provided Football in Australia.
Jim Cail - Umpire Accreditation

Jim Cail - Umpire Accreditation

Jim Cail, National Umpiring Development Manager for AFL outlines the AFL structure in Umpire Accreditation, including topics at pathway, structure and standards.
Jim Cail - Quality umpires

Jim Cail - Quality umpires

Jim Cail, National Umpiring Development Manager for AFL, talks about how to develop and support quality umpires, in particularly in match day environments.
Jim Cail - Umpire Development

Jim Cail - Umpire Development

Jim Cail, National Umpiring Development Manager for AFL talks about AFL’s number 1 priority – Development of Umpires and Umpire Coaches, including the Umpire Coach Development Program, which is aimed at influencing and developing the coaches of umpires.
Dennis Burns - Umpires in the community

Dennis Burns - Umpires in the community

Dennis Burns, Umpire Educator for Cricket Australia talks about how Cricket Australia have developed and implemented ‘Umpire Training Programs’ across Australia. Dennis highlights the need to ensure that cricket played in local communities is played well, safe and fair.
Craig Tiley - Building the system for development

Craig Tiley - Building the system for development

Craig Tiley, Director of Tennis for Tennis Australia, outlines how Tennis Australia progressed from being fragmented and uncoordinated in their approach on setting standards to becoming one of the leaders in Australian sport.
Craig Tiley - Rewards and Recognition

Craig Tiley - Rewards and Recognition

Craig Tiley, Director of Tennis for Tennis Australia, talks about how Tennis Australia reward and recognise their volunteers in their local communities, using the strength of the ‘Local Advisory Groups’ in each state.
Craig Tiley - Local Level Support

Craig Tiley - Local Level Support

Craig Tiley, Director of Tennis for Tennis Australia, talks about building sustainability from relationships in sport and getting coaches and officials on the ground to deliver training and to be part of something that impacts local level sport.
Craig Tiley - Commercialisation

Craig Tiley - Commercialisation

In this video, Craig Tiley, Director of Tennis for Tennis Australia, talks about the challenge of balancing commercialisation and development and the effect that they play on sport.

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