Below is a step by step guide to the achieve a Volleyball Australia Coach Accreditation. Level 1 Volleyball / Beach Volleyball Coach. A coach is accredited as a Volleyball Australia Level 1 Coach when they successfully attain / complete the following requirements: The candidate must turn at least 14 years old during the year the accreditation starts
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In addition to the opportunities provided through the Junior Development Program, Volleyball Australia offers coach education and development through the coaching accreditation framework. More information on this can be found on the Volleyball Australia Coach Education and Development Program page.
Sporting organisations who wish to become a coaching provider for Volleyball Australia and deliver in Sporting Schools must meet the requirements below: Hold a valid ABN or declare ABN exempt; Confirm adequacy of insurance; Sign a Sporting Schools Spikezone agreement with Volleyball Australia and your State Office
Volleyball Australia are responsible for the delivery of the Level 3 and 4 Coaching Courses. As at 2nd September, 2020, the Level 4 Coaching Course is still in development. Level 3 (ELITE) Coaching Course. This course is delivered through a 3 day (24 hours) face-to-face course. A coach is accredited as a Volleyball Level 3 Coach when they successfully complete the prescribed theoretical and practical components.
Volleyball Australia is currently in the process of developing a Level 4 Coaching course criteria and process but does not currently offer this qualification. COACHING RENEWAL All Coaches must ensure they are fully accredited before undertaking any coaching activities.
A review of Volleyball Australia conducted in 2011 looked at how a strong domestic competition could be sustained along with international representation by teams and individual players. A sustainable future for elite Volleyball in Australia, The Lonsdale Group, a report for Volleyball Australia, (2011). This report recommends that the ...
February 19th, 2021. Volleyball Australia (VA) is seeking applications for a National Pathways Manager to be based in the VA Office at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. The Pathways Manager will lead implementation of VA’s Pathways strategy, with the objective of identifying and developing sufficient quantity of international calibre athletes to drive National Team success in Volleyball and Beach Volleyball.
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