Club Coach Coordinator Program

The CCC program adds some background and additional knowledge to how this coach can work to retain coaches, take the burden off recruiting replacement coaches the following season and supports the delivery of quality experiences for young players at your club.

It is widely accepted that player retention is vital to any sport and club. FFA research shows that the main reason for players leaving our sport is poor coaching. Best practice suggests that “on the job” training provides optimum results and therefore delivery of coach education and support of coaches within the club environment would provide the best opportunities for coaches and positive experiences for young players. A minimum requirement is that the sessions are safe, organised, enjoyable and engaging.

It is important to also recognise that this is not expected to be an additional club position; merely a support role for new and inexperienced coaches and it is envisaged that a Club Coach Coordinator will continue to coach whilst offering tips and hints at a time that fits within their coaching schedule.

Many clubs across Australia have a coach in this type of role. The CCC program adds some background and additional knowledge to how this coach can work to retain coaches, take the burden off recruiting replacement coaches the following season and supports the delivery of quality experiences for young players at your club.

If you are already apart of the CCC program and you are yet to inform of us of your Club Coach Coordinator's details please click here.

CCC Program Resources

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