Women & Girls in Coaching

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Recruiting & Retaining Women Coaches Tool Kit

It is important that there are strong women role models in our sport, both on and off the field. To develop these role models, we need to provide opportunities for growth, development, and leadership. The purpose of this guide is to support clubs in;
- Promoting coaching opportunities to women & girls;
- Provide ongoing coaching development opportunities; and
- Recruiting the right people to support their teams.
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Coaching Women & Girls Tool Kit

The purpose of this guide is to support coaches of Women’s & Girls’ football teams at all levels. As such it focuses on general principles relevant to varying skills and abilities. It has been designed to offer coaches practical ideas and strategies that they can implement at their Club, School or Auskick Centre.
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BE PART OF THE CHANGE

Participation in women’s and girls football has grown significantly since the birth of AFLW, but there’s still work to be done in the coaching community. From community level, through the talent pathway and all the way up to AFLW there are women kicking goals in coaching, but we need to do more.
Want to get involved in coaching but not sure on how? Let us know through the Expression of Interest form below
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2021 BHP Community Coach of the Year Award - Rebecca Ticli (VIC)

The BHP Community Coach Award recognises the outstanding performance and contribution community coaches make to progressing women’s football and shaping their local community. We are proud to announce the winner for 2021 was Rebecca Ticli, current co-head coach of the MCC Football Club in the VAFA!

You can read all about Rebecca's story in an article featured on womens.afl
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Are you interested in getting into coaching? In 2022 the CoachAFL Membership is now free. If you want to find out more about what's involved and how to get started we are here to support you.
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PREP TO PLAY

The Prep-to-Play resources have been formulated by experts in coaching and sports medicine, to further support coaches of females at all levels and which aim to improve football skills, athletic performance and reduce injuries.
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