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Coaching and Officiating Conference The role that coaches and officials play to set the right environment for participants has never been more important at all levels of sport. The 2023 ASC Coaching and Officiating Conference is ideal for individuals looking to increase their knowledge and ensure they have the tools to overcome the challenges presented in community, pathways and high-performance sport. Dedicated officiating sessions will be included as part of this year’s three-day program. The conference provides an opportunity for people in coaching and officiating roles at all levels of sport to attend, connect and learn. When
Wednesday 31 May 2023
Thursday 1 June 2023
Friday 2 June 2023
Location
Aquis Park - Gold Coast Turf Club, Gold Coast
Attendance
This conference is fully subscribed
Outcomes Provide knowledge and practical methods to promote and further embed the modern coaching approach at a strategic and operational level Explore the modern officiating approach and how to facilitate change across the sporting sector Define participant success measures and develop coach and official education to service the modern participant Offer insights into developing and growing a scalable workforce Demonstrate how to create a structure to support environmentally specific communities of practice, social learning, and informal development opportunities Provide practical examples of how to embed new practices that support scaled delivery Share insights from pathway and high-performance coaching and explore ways to develop an aligned coach education model. Program and session details Day 1
Wednesday 31 May 2023
Day 2
Thursday 1 June 2023
Day 3
Friday 2 June 2023
Presenters Ady Hinchcliffe National Coach, Diving Australia Alan McConnell High Performance Coach Development, Australian Sports Commission Alexis Cooper Sport Integrity Australia Barry Dancer Former Head Coach of the Australian Men’s Hockey Program Bill Davoren HP Coach Development Manager Brooke Kneebush Senior Officiating Advisor, Australian Sports Commission Cameron Tradell Coaching & Officiating Director, Australian Sports Commission Cheryl Jenkins Australia Open Chief Umpire Christopher Behan Aerobic Gymnastics Technical Expert Claire-Polosak International Cricket umpire David Joyce High Performance Strategy Consultant Dr Graham Turner Performance Pathway Athlete Development Consultant, AIS Performance Julia Lawrence Senior Coaching Advisor, Australian Sports Commission Kay Robinson National Wellbeing Manager - Refereeing Football Australia Lindsey Reece Director - Sport Program, Australian Sports Commission Lisa Rees Sponsorship Lead, Suncorp Lúcás Ó’Ceallacháin M.Sc. in Sport and Exercise Management Maia Tua-Davidson National Manager Welcoming Clubs, Welcoming Australia Matt Cox Governance & Risk Lead, Australian Sports Commission Megan Elliott Chair, GingerCloud Foundation Michelle De Highden High Performance Coach Development Senior Lead, Australian Sports Commission Nathan Magill Head of Referees, Football Australia Rachel Hunt Performance Pathway Consultant, Australian Sports Commission Rebecca Clark Assistant Director – Coaching, Australian Sports Commission Renee McElduff Technical Coach, Olympic Winter Institute of Australia Associate Professor Richard Keegan PhD AHPRA Registered Psychologist
University of Canberra – Research Institute for Sport and Exercise and Faculty of Health
Sarah Ogilvie Head of Sport Development & Growth, Australian Sailing Dr Shane Pill Flinders University Sue McGill Participation Growth Director, Australian Sports Commission Dr Will Vickery Senior Coaching Advisor, Australian Sports Commission Yvonne Mullins Executive Director, Oceania Athletics Association
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