Dates & Venues
This is a course for teachers who are new to delivering Netball sessions in schools. No previous experience of playing or teaching the game is necessary, though most participants have a basic understanding. Content includes basic skills and ways of practising them, simple strategies for team play, as well as explaining the Rules and the way the school game is umpired. The course will provide a range of practices, an awareness of techniques in shooting and passing as well as simple tactical understanding. Teachers will gain confidence that they have the skills and understanding to run a school team, or deliver curriculum lessons.
- Skill based warm ups for young players
- Ball handling techniques and practices
- Passing drills and games
- Developing effective footwork
- Getting free in attack
- Man to man defence
- Sound shooting technique
- Developing options and court balance
- Understanding the Rules, including recent changes
Dates and Venues
1 place £189 2 places £315 4 places £499 exclusive of VAT
Seminar runs 10.00am – 3.30pm. Price includes lunch, refreshments and notes. Excludes VAT.
Karen Greig is the current Director of Netball / Head Coach of Manchester Thunder. She is a former captain and Superleague winner with the same team, and was the 2018 Superleague “Coach of the Year”. Karen won 31 England caps as a Goal Shooter, and was Assistant Coach of the full England team on their 2015 tour of Australia. Karen will travel to Australia as Assistant coach for the England Fast five squad in October and is currently a technical coach for the England Futures squad and National Academies as well as being a national selector for the National Roses Academy.Karen Greig is the current Head Coach of Manchester Thunder. She is a former captain and Superleague winner with the same team, and was the 2018 Superleague “Coach of the Year”. Karen won 40 England caps as a Goal Shooter, and was Assistant Coach of the full England team on their 2015 tour of Australia, and Head Coach of England Under 21.