Sarina & District Netball Association
History of Sarina Netball
2019 Sign on
2019 Team Booklet
2019 Sign On Information
2019 Senior Draw
2019 Junior Draw
Coaches & Umpires
Foundation Coaching Course
Community Coaching Course
Level 1 Umpires Course
Section I Umpires Theory Exam
Home Rules 2019
Codes of Behaviour
Rules & By-Laws
Member Protection Policy
Code of Behaviour
Child Protection & Working with Children Check Requirements
Gender Identity Policy
Positive Behaviour Policy
Smoke Free Policy
FIrst Aid & Injury Policy
Management Committee Code of Conduct
Document Retention Policy
Adverse Weather Conditions
Player Insurance Information
Player Insurance Claim Form
NAB Introducer Program
Working With Children - Blue Card
Coaches interested in obtaining an OTC (Basic) Accreditation or advancing to a Level 1 Coaching accreditation please contact Sarina Netball (email@example.com) for details of upcoming courses.
There are some great resources available on the web to help coaches, new and old, prepare for their training sessions. Some useful resources that Sarina Netball have found are provided below.
Sarina Netball has a small library of netball manuals. If you would like to look at any of these books please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
has an online learning portal for netball. There is various eLearning on this site.
ne of the courses on this site is "Welcome to Select for Netball Success". This course will take you through the principles and practices of netball selection. Netball is a team game, however the performance of individual athletes and the combination of athletes in playing positions is critical to the success of the team.
This course is aimed for any netball selector or coach commencing the process of team selection, but anybody is welcome is enrol in the course and learn about the principles and practics that may be used to select netball athletes for a squad or team.
The course looks at:-
* The principles of selection
* Guidelines for individual athlete selection
* Guidelines for netball position selection and what to look for in each position
* How to achieve team balance in selection
* Some practical tips to assist in running a selection session
The Australian Sports Commission
offers an online Community Coachin General Principles course. This course has been developed to assist coaches to learn the basic skills of coaching, particularly those coaches working with children. The course is currently free of charge to Australian coaches.
The course contains 4 modules, covering a range of general coaching topics including; the role and responsibilities expected of a coach, planning, safety, working with parents, communications, group management and inclusive coaching practices. It takes approximately 4 hours to complete, and there is assessment included at the end of each module.
To enrol click here