Football Queensland (FQ) will visit Wide Bay next week to deliver a number of workshop sessions for clubs in the region.
The workshops will be held at the Fraser Coast Sports Precinct on Sunday, 1 December and consist of tailored sessions for club presidents, administrators, technical directors and referee coordinators.
A number of FQ staff members will travel to Wide Bay to deliver the sessions focused on club development, technology and systems (Play Football), coaching and refereeing, and women and girls participation.
FQ President Ben Richardson will also be in attendance to present the recently-released 2020-2022 Strategic Plan for football in Queensland.
Please see an overview of workshops below.
FQ WORKSHOP SESSIONS
This session will cover a number of club development topics including the NCDP, shared services models, Sporting Schools and referees.
Administrators will leave the session equipped with full knowledge of how to set up and administer their club for the 2020 season. Using face-to-face assistance, new videos and how-to guides, they will be able to confidently test their setup in real time. This session is tailored to both new and returning administrators who will require a laptop and will need to know the club fees, additional questions, vouchers and any other registration requirements for 2020.
Club Coach Coordinators / Driving Women and Girls Participation:
The club coach coordinator session will enable clubs to be better equipped to support volunteer coaches within their club.
The women and girls participation workshop will provide clubs with key insights, case studies and cross-code examples of how to help sustain and grow women and girls participation within the club environment. In this session, FQ will share good practice and discuss why women and girls participation is a key participation pillar in the 2020 – 2022 Strategic Plan.
Basic Referee’s Course:
In a session tailored to referee coordinators and club volunteers, find out more about referee development and courses.