AASC / Level 0 Coaching Course
Tuesday, 29 November 2011
As part of the Australian Sports Commission's Active After School Communities (AASC) program, Orienteering NSW is holding a Level 0 coaching course on Saturday 4th February 2012. What is the AASC program all about? Read here to find out.
The course will run from 9am to 6pm and will be held in the Ken Brown Room #2 (ground floor), Sports House, 6 Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park.
This course is provided free of charge thanks to the Australian Sports Commission. For more information about the course please read the Community Coach Training Program flyer and the Agenda for the day.
The course will be broken into 2 sessions. The morning session (9am-1pm) will be for people wishing to become accredited to coach in the Australian Sports Commission's Active After School Communities (AASC) program. This session is an introduction to the AASC philosophy of 'Playing for Life'. The presenter is Karen Burke (Regional Coordinator, Central Coast Active After-School Communities).
The afternoon session (2-6pm) will also be for people who already have an AASC accreditation and now wish to qualify to coach orienteering through AASC. This session will also satisfy the requirements to qualify as a Level 0 orienteering coach under the ASC's National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS). The presenters are Karen Burke and Carolyn Rigby, ONSW Coaching Director.
Anyone who has not yet completed their General Principles course should read the online course information on how to proceed. This six-hour course should be done online BEFORE attending on Feb 4. Anyone holding a current NCAS or AASC accreditation should bring proof (or provide it beforehand to the organisers) to show they are exempt from completing the General Principles course.
To participate please complete the enrolment form and return to: Karen Burke, AASC program, PO Box 386, Wyong NSW 2259, or by Fax to 02 4355 4738, or email Karen Burke.