Upcoming Coach Workshop: Transition from MiniRoos to Full Pitch Football

miniroos transition workshop

 

Pittwater will be hosting a new Coach Workshop later this week focused on helping coaches work with teams making the transition from MiniRoos 9v9 football to full pitch 11v11 football, including teaching players how to use larger spaces in training, as well as how to approach formations and set pieces. 

Two weeks later, another newly confirmed workshop will be hosted at Kitchener Park based on teaching players positioning, spreading out and teamwork.

These coach education opportunities aim to provide ongoing guidance and advice throughout the season, and to compliment official FFA coaching courses, with topics based on feedback received on what coaches would find valuable. Other available workshops are listed in the table below.

 

DATETIMETOPICLOCATION
Monday May 36:30pm - 8:30pmMatch Day Coaching:
- Warm ups, coaching, and sub management
- Formations and set pieces
- Engaging parents and managing staff
Cromer Park
Thursday May 135pm - 7pmTransition from MiniRoos to Full Pitch Football
- Ideal exercises for learning to play in larger spaces
- Teaching good decision making for 11v11 football
- Formations and set pieces for younger players
Kitchener Park
Thursday May 206:30pm - 8:30pmKeeping Players Engaged:
- How to make training fun
- Maximising limited training time
- Behaviour management
Seaforth Oval
Thursday June 35:30pm - 7:30pmCoaching Positioning / Spreading Out and Teamwork:
- Ideal exercises for playing with width, switching play etc
- Teaching good decision making
- Working with limited space and numbers
Kitchener Park
Thursday June 176pm - 8pmCreating and Scoring More Goals:
– Ideal exercises for attacking and finishing
– Teaching good technique and decision making
– Managing a wide range of skill levels
St Matthews Farm
Monday June 216:30pm - 8:30pmFootball Based Fitness Training:
- Football based injury prevention
- Developing fitness for football
- Getting maximum effort from your players
Cromer Park
Tuesday June 225pm - 7pmKeeping Players Engaged:
- How to make training fun
- Maximising limited training time
- Behaviour management
Beacon Hill Oval
Wednesday June 236:30pm - 8:30pmMatch Day Coaching:
- Warm ups, coaching, and sub management
- Formations and set pieces
- Engaging parents and managing staff
Cromer Park
Monday July 56:30pm - 8:30pmCreating and Scoring More Goals:
– Ideal exercises for attacking and finishing
– Teaching good technique and decision making
– Managing a wide range of skill levels
Cromer Park
Monday August 26:30pm - 8:30pmInvolving / Including Goalkeepers:
– Managing goalkeepers in a full squad
– MiniRoos goalkeeper development
– Goalkeeper specific skill tips
Cromer Park

MWFA also has several official FFA coaching courses available over the next couple of months, offering coaches the opportunity to develop their skills and pick up some ideas to help organise fun, safe and engaging training sessions. There is a MiniRoos Certificate and Skill Training course at Narrabeen, as well a Game Training Certificate at Cromer Park.

See here for more details: https://www.mwfa.com.au/2021/01/28/new-coaching-courses-confirmed/ 

 

 

 

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