Coach training course - Australia: Now to be held in May over 9 or 10 days, date to be finalised but will fall between 10-23 May. Course Presenter Ioan Pop FIE Technical Director. FeNZ has received an invitation for three particpants from NZ to attend. Coaches interested in participating please email email@example.com
Follow-Up Coaching Course: Application for a Coach training course to be held in New Zealand with Ioan Pop is being made for January 2005.
The Oceanic Fencing Masters Academy, the FIE sponsored coach training centre in Australia, have agreed to assist in establishing a functionning coach training program for New Zealand. Progress is curently being made with the accreditation of instructors and course assesors/examiners along with discussions on procedures for recognition of our current coaches, their training, experience and competance.
OFMA Coach accreditation is a three level structure. Level 1 coach is introductory/base club level training. Level 2 is giving individual and group lessons, and level 3 covers skills of high performance fencer training and the training of Coaches. There are fencing specific compenents and generic sport coaching requirements. The coach training modules currently offered through the Regional Sports trusts will be applicable to our courses.
Fencers and Clubs interested in participating in the FeNZ-OFMA coach training programs please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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