Coach Development

We have a Community Coach Manager (Lori McDaniel) who is responsible for providing development opportunities for coaches, and help marry up teams and clubs with openings, and coaches looking for new challenges.

Please contact Lori to have your details added to our coaches database, to ensure that you are contacted when a clinic or other development opportunity that may interest you is coming up.

Useful documents and files will be posted from time to time, and can be accessed by clicking here

 

BBNZ Kiwi Hoops Course

The CBA will be running Kiwi Hoops coaching courses for those new to the sport, or coaching kids between the ages of 5 and 12. This course consists of a 90 minute theory session, and a 90 minute practical session

FIBA Level One Course

The second is a new initiative from BBNZ. The former “Community Hoops’ coaching course has now been updated to a FIBA Level One Certification and will be registered with FIBA and recognized internationally. This qualification will be required in 2019 for any coach wishing to lead a team at a Regional or National Representative Tournament in New Zealand. We strongly encourage our coaches at the Whelan and Thomson Trophy level to also seek this qualification as we foresee this being needed at Secondary Schools in the near future. Prior learning will not be applied here, so all current coaches are urged to gain their certification.

The FIBA Level One Course consists of two separate four hour sessions (split over two days a week apart)

Once registered for either course our Community Coach Manager Lori McDaniel will ensure you you receive all the information once your place is confirmed. If you do have any questions, please contact lori@canterbury.basketball

 

 

Coach Developer and Mentor Course

Clubs will nominate people to attend a CBA run course that will outline the criteria for mentoring coaches and providing them with feedback and development strategies.

The mentor coach will then select coaches in their community to provide a minimum of four hours of development to via mentoring, feedback, meetings and observations.

This development will be tracked and recorded by the mentor coach and submitted to the CBA

For more information on this, please contact your club administrator