Let them Play: Join Joey Peters in a coaching webinar on the importance and value of learning through play

20 May 2020

Let them Play: Join Joey Peters in a coaching webinar on the importance and value of learning through play

Women Onside is hosting a coaching webinar with a focus on the youngest end of the participation pathway.

In the second of their coaching series, 'Let Them Play!' is a wonderful opportunity to hear from Matildas legend Joey Peters as she talks about her journey from international player to coach and the importance of letting kids be kids.

Women Onside is an Australia-wide network dedicated to making football a place where women can thrive and have kindly opened up this webinar to friends of Women in Football. (Please note that all times listed below are in EST not BST).

Joey will cover topics including:

  • designing more “hidden” learning in your football sessions
  • a child centred coaching approach
  • superbilities - inclusion for All Abilities
  • other Game Play Learn philosophies 

Participants in this live webinar will have the chance to ask questions, respond to comments and discuss ideas for how these coaching philosophies might be adopted by clubs in Australia.

Who should tune in? 

If you want young players to learn to love the game, if you want them to have great foundation skills, if you want to attract players through and engaging program and you want to retain them - this is the webinar for you.

The audiences for this webinar are:

  • community coaches of junior players, especially those younger than U13
  • technical directors, coach educators and club coach coordinators
  • key decision-makers at clubs (including board/committee members), especially those with responsibilities for entry level programs

Event Details

Location: Online – via Zoom (link below)

Date: Saturday 30 May 2020

Time:   10.00am to 11.30am Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane

            9.30am to 11.00am Adelaide, Darwin

            8.00am to 9.30am Perth

Cost: Free

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