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Case Studies

The ASC’s new Coaching and Officiating Framework Toolkit emphasises the need for NSOs to provide a mix of opportunities for the education and support of coaches and officials.

A key shift is an increased focus on ‘guided experiential learning’, i.e. helping coaches and officials to learn on the job. How this is done will necessarily vary based on a number of factors including the nature of the sport, and the location and level of the coach/official.

The ASC has partnered with a number of sports to pilot various approaches to the concept of ‘Coach Developers’. These pilots will result in case studies that other sports can learn from when developing their own Coach Developer programs. Sports that have run Coach Developer pilots include:

  • Cricket
  • Hockey
  • Netball
  • Football

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11.6 million Australian adults participate in sport or physical activity three or more times per week.
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