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Netball WA Who Are We? Netball WA is the governing body for netball in Western Australia, incorporating 11 affiliated Regions, 74 affiliated Associations, 5 Specialist Netball Program Schools and a Suncorp Super Netball team, West Coast Fever. The organisaton has a clear vision to be ‘One Netball Community driving Western Australia’s leading sport.’
About Netball WA • Affiliated with Netball Australia and the International Netball Federation • We have 100,000 participants • 40,000 members • 1,000+ clubs • 74 Associations • 11 Regions • 5 Specialist Netball Program Schools • By 2018 we hope to have over 200,000 participants
• The National School Endorsement Program is a Netball Australia initiative which is supported by Netball WA. • There are five endorsed Netball WA Specialist Schools as of 31st December 2016 Aranmore Catholic College Governor Stirling Senior High School Darling Range Sports College Melville Senior High School Warwick Senior High School • The objective of the program is to engage students to pursue netball through the various pathways from within their school environment: Athlete, Coach, Umpire, Official, Volunteer pathways
• Specialist Endorsed Schools must demonstrate that they are able to provide a successful program that includes all aspects of a holistic approach to student development • To be endorsed as a Netball WA Specialist School, the school undergoes a Quality Assurance process with Netball WA and the Department of Education Approved Specialist Sports Program and Quality Assurance or Department of Education Services Quality Assurance
Netball WA’s is committed to provide the following services to Endorsed Specialist Netball Schools: • Program endorsement • Usage of NWA logo and access to NWA website • Cover Specialist Netball Schools’ as Netball WA members under the Netball WA insurance policy • Provide one Ambassador visit to the school • Provide four hours of on court coaching to the school by specialist coaches (WCF Athletes)
• Provide 20 passes to a West Coast Fever Suncorp Super Netball match as determined by Netball WA • Include Specialist Netball Schools in the State wide communication network • Promote the school as a Specialist Netball School. • Provide notification and access to development programs and relevant competitions for coaches, umpires, players and bench officials • Provision for one Specialist School Coach to attend a Netball WA Coach Development Program or course at no cost during the calendar year (excluding NA Accreditation Courses)
Specialist Netball Schools make the following commitment to Netball WA: • Students will complete the Foundation Coach Accreditation Online Course; • Students will complete the Foundation Umpire Accreditation Online Course; • Students will be encourages to complete Netball WA free Bench Official Online Course.
Netball WA Pathways Athlete Pathway Coach Pathway Umpire Pathway Bench Official Pathway
NETBALL WA ATHLETE PATHWAY World Net ball Cup G RAM Aust ralian Diamonds Commonwealt h Games Squad/ Team Internat ional Test Series O Fast 5 West Coast Fever Team Suncorp Super Net ball R )PA IS Western St ing Team Aust ralian Net ball League (W T Nat ional 21U World Yout h Cup S E W Team/ Squad/ AIS Squad 21U Internat ional Test Series T AS Nat ional 19U U R Nat ional 19U Talent Camp Development Squad T A O R IU P S E FT B T E IN L Western Aust ralia Nat ional 19U Championships St ate 19U Team Program Nat ional 17U R A IN SL Nat ional 17U Talent Camp Development Squad S T E L A R N AU Western Aust ralia Nat ional 17U Championships St at e 17U Team Program E U G E T Fever in Time (FIT) inc. Net ball WA W Regional Talent Development Program High Performance Compet it ion S E Develop a Diamond Academy Program Academy Cup 14-16 years Dare t o Develop a Diamond Program Cadet Cup 11-16 years Nat ional 15U School Sport Aust ralia Championships Nat ional 12U Associat ion Represent at ive Teams School Sport Aust ralia Championships Associat ion Championships Club/ School/ Teams Regional and Associat ion Carnivals Associat ion/ Club Compet it ions Net Set GO School Championships ATHLETE COM PETITION
BENCH OFFICIALS PATHWAY World Net ball Cup Nat ional Bench Of ﬁcial Commonwealt h Games Accredit at ion Int ernat ional Test Series Fast 5 Net ball Nat ional Bench Of ﬁcial Suncorp Super Net ball Accredit at ion Nat ional Bench Of ﬁcial World Yout h Cup Accredit at ion Nat ional Bench Of ﬁcial Aust ralian Net ball League Accredit at ion St ate Bench Of ﬁcial Nat ional 19U & 17U Underage Championships Accredit at ion St ate Bench Of ﬁcial WA Net ball League Accredit at ion (or working t ow ards) Nat ional 15U & 12U (Bench St ate Bench Of ﬁcial School Sport Aust ralian Championship Manager) Accredit at ion (Bench St ate Bench Of ﬁcial Academy Cup Manager) Accredit at ion No Accredit at ion Required. Cadet Cup Recommended Associat ion Championships Complet e Online Bench Of ﬁcials Course COM PETITION ACCREDITATION
Volunteer: • Why become a Netball WA or West Coast Fever Volunteer? • By becoming a West Coast Fever Volunteer in 2017 means you will be a part of the foundation volunteer group for the first series of the Suncorp Super Netball competition. Experience what it is like to be behind the scenes during a match day, learn new skills and meet new friends. Each shift you work you will be provided with a money cant buy experience. • Connecting you with others • Once of the better-known benefits of volunteer is the impact on the community. Unpaid volunteers are often the glue that holds a community together. Volunteering allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place. However, volunteering is a two-way street, and it can benefit you as much as the cause you choose to help. Dedicating your time as a volunteer helps you make new friends, expand your network, and boost your social skills. • Make new friends and contacts • One of the best ways to make new friends and strengthen existing relationships is to commit to a shared activity together. Volunteering is s great way to meet new people especially if you are new to an area. Volunteering also strengthens your ties to the community and broadens your support network, exposing you to people with common interests, neighbourhood resources, and fun fulfilling activities. • Enhance your social and relationship skills • While some people are naturally outgoing, others are shy and have a hard time meeting new people. Volunteering gives you the opportunity to practice and develop your social skills, since you are meeting regularly with a group of people with common interests. Once you have momentum, its easier to branch out and make more friends and contacts.
• Team building and bonding • While it might able a challenge to coordinate everyone’s schedules, volunteering as a team has many worthwhile benefits. By giving back to the community together, you make a connection through a shared experience which is ultimately making a difference. You will understand how good it feels to help others and enact change. It’s also a valuable way for you to get o know organisations in the community and find resources and activities that you may continue outside of work / school hours. • Provides career experience • Volunteering offers you the chance to try out a new career without making a long-term commitment. It is also a great way to gain experience in a new field. In some fields, you can volunteer directly at an organisation that does the kind of you’re interested i. For example if you are interested in sport, Netball WA and West Coast Fever home games would provide unique experiences. • • Its fun and fulfilling! • Volunteering is a fun and easy way to explore your interests and passions. Doing volunteer work you find meaningful and interesting can be relaxing, energising escape from your day-to-day routine of work, school or family commitments. Volunteering also provides you with renewed creativity, motivation and vision that can carry over into your personal and professional life. • Many people volunteer in order to make time for hobbies outside of work as well. For instance, if you have a desk job and spend long to spend time outdoors, you might consider working with organisations that are primarility in outdoor environments.
• How to become a volunteer? • The Club invites interested persons to apply for an array of volunteering game day roles at the Club, The first step is to decide which volunteer role you would like to do for the season. Read all of the position descriptions, once you have decided, fill out the volunteer application form and we will get you on board for this exciting chapter in the Suncorp Super Netball League. • What is required? • Preferred candidates for specific roles will be those available for all seven West Coast Fever Home Games. You will be required to be reliable, punctual, courteous, self-motivated and well presented. Have energy and enthusiasm and an ability to perform your role in a crowd. Be a good communicator, a team player and be willing to assist members of the volunteer team. • If you are not available for all seven home games, we would still be delighted to have you join us for the games that you are available.
• Where does West Coast Fever play Netball? • West Cost Fever play at two venues, Perth Arena and HBF Stadium • Who can be a volunteer? • Anyone can become a volunteer; the only requirement is that you meet the minimum age requirements for each position – listed below. • When are the West Coast Fever Matches Played? • 6:30pm, Friday 3rd March 2017, Perth Arena • 6:30pm, Friday 17th March 2017, HBF Stadium • 6:30pm, Friday 24th March 2017, HBF Stadium • 5:45pm, Saturday, 1st April 2017, Perth Arena • 12:00pm, Sunday, 30th April 2017, HBF Stadium • 6:45pm, Saturday, 20th May 2017, Perth Arena • 6:45pm, Saturday, 27th May 2017, Perth Arena
• What are the lengths of the volunteer shifts? • Shift times and duties will depend on the role you are rostered on for. Shift length details are provided on each position description. • What are the benefits you get? • Volunteers will receive a t-shirt, a thank you gift from West Coast Fever and the ability to watch the matches live. You will also receive complimentary parking as well as a food pack and water during your shift and the opportunity to work along lilke-minded and dedicated staff.
• What roles are available? • These are examples of some of the roles available • Spectator Services (must be over 16 years or over) • • Mascot Assistant (must be 16 years or over) • • Corporate Hospitality Liaison (must be 16 years or over) • • Sports presentation assistant (must be over 16 years or over) • • Membership Assistant (must be over 16 years or over) • • Ball Kid Coordinator (must be over 16 years or over) • • Media Assistants (must be 16 years or over) • • Fan Engagement Assistants (must be 16 years or over) • • Ball Kids (must be 14 years or over)
Suncorp NetSetGO • Suncorp NetSetGO should be the term used for any netball played for 5 – 10 year olds in Australia • The Suncorp NetSetGO program can run at any Primary School or Leisure/ Recreation Centre for the duration of 8 weeks • Suncorp NetSetGO is the product offered to 5 – 10 year olds in ScoolNet Clinics, Sporting Schools, after – school NetSetGO programs and Inclusion Programs • Coach resources for Suncorp NetSetGO can be accessed online by visiting this link http://www.netsetgo.asn.au/resources/ • Coaches are paid $35 per hour for after – school Suncorp NetSetGO sessions
Sporting Schools Key Points • Sporting Schools is a $100 million Australian Government initiative, with the aim of children finding a sense of commitment to a lifelong love of sport • All primary schools in Australia can now apply for a Sporting Schools grant of between $1,300 and $3,100, to commence Sporting Schools activities in their school before, during or after school hours • Schools that identify the sport of netball can nominate their own coach to deliver the Sporting Schools program or Netball WA can source and deliver the program via Community Coaches
Sporting Schools Coach Opportunities • The Sporting Schools program is delivered in 4 – week blocks of one hour sessions • The Sporting Schools program is delivered to primary school aged students and can be tailored to suit beginner and more advances participants • Coaches are paid $40 per hour
Community Coach Induction Criteria for Selection • Netball WA Community Coaches must be affiliated with a club, association or Netball WA in Western Australia • Current Foundation Coach Accreditation • Hold a current Working With Children’s Check (18+)
Further Information Contacts • Community Engagement Department – 9380 3700 • Community Engagement Coordinator – Schools, Kobie Combes • Kobie.Combes@netballwa.com.au • Community Engagement Coordinator – NetSetGO, Amy Murphy • Amy.Murphy@netballwa.com.au • Community Engagement Coordinator – Inclusion, Nicole Rendell • Nicole.Rendell@netballwa.com.au
Netball WA (Inc.) 200 Selby Street JOLIMONT WA 6014 PO Box 930 SUBIACO WA 6904 T (08) 9380 3700 F (08) 9380 3799 E firstname.lastname@example.org www.westcoastfever.com.au www.netballwa.com.au
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