An online 60-minute workshop for sports coaches

Why understanding the teenage brain is important


The next Coaching Teens workshop: Wednesday 9 December
Full workshop details here

We know coaches are passionate and committed to developing young players, but they tell us that they can be challenged by the:

  • number of teenagers who lose interest and drop out
  • unhelpful attitude of some players and the influence that has on the team
  • collective pressure that school, peers, family and growing up generally has on players
  • best way to develop teenagers as players and as young people
  • lack of support given to support their coaching responsibilities.


This workshop and its supporting resources will give you:

  • insights into the behaviour and attitudes of teenage players
  • assurance about your capacity to influence them
  • practical tips on being an effective mentor and enhancing player relationships
  • positive ways to encourage player engagement and foster team success

Past workshop participants have said:

Participant
AFL National Diversity Championships
Coach

As a new coach with limited experience, this workshop is providing me with tools to implement to achieve an optimal outcome. Keep up the good work.

Bruce Hort
Gladesville Hornsby Football Association
Coach

The presentation gave our participants valuable insights into what their role is and the impact they can have on the players they coach.

Participant
Mounties Wanderers Football Club
Coach

This workshop should be a part of the FFA coaching licences.

The workshop draws on Youthsafe’s award-winning approach to youth mentoring as well as effective communication strategies to help you get the best out of your young players.

Book your place today!

Details of the next Coaching Teens workshop:

 

Next Workshop
  • December 9 (Wed)
  • 6:30pm – 7:30pm  *(AEDT)*Australian Eastern
    Daylight Time
Session Details
Further information including Zoom link will be sent to participants once registration and payment is received.

 

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A presentation about risk and the consequences of risk as a young athlete.

Stay in the Game is a facilitated discussion involving young athletes in exploring the concept of risk, related consequences and strategies for making safer choices so young people can keep playing the game they love.

Nickie Flambouras
AFL NSW/ACT
Multicultural Programs Manager

Youthsafe’s ‘Stay in the Game’ sessions get our young players to develop meaningful strategies to help them stay safe, on and off the field.
The sessions really make them think about what’s in their control, and help them take responsibility for their own safety.

If you would like more information or to book a session, please call our Education Coordinator on (02) 9817 7847 or email presentations@youthsafe.org

All our sessions are available throughout the Sydney metropolitan area. Packages can be developed for regions outside Sydney including The Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Illawarra regions.

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