Level of Coaching: Junior Representative, Queensland State League (QSL), State Teams, NBL 1 North Accreditation Process: Weekend course and an assessment Prerequisites: Club Coach Accreditation (held for a minimum 12 months)
We Ball Together As the peak governing body for basketball in Queensland, BQ is committed to delivering outstanding competitions, development programs and high-level governance for more than 40,000 basketball players, coaches, officials and administrators.
QSAC QLD. The Level 2 Intermediate Club Coach Course is the next progression from Level 1 and further develops the coaches understanding of how to coach fundamental skills and move toward event specific skills and drills. This level teaches coaches the basic technical models of the Track and Field events held at club and school level competitions.
The Level 1 Community Athletics Coach focuses on developing the coach’s human management skills and understanding of physical literacy and how it can be improved based on the ‘Teaching Games for Understanding’ model of sports development.
Queensland Scoretable provides education, training, development and guidance for all levels of scoretable roles and levels of skill (grass roots through to the elite). With basketball competitions being held throughout the state all year round, opportunities are always available for those looking to become a scoretable official.
Basketball Australia NCAS Level: Suitable for… Mini-ball: Community Coach: Vicinity Centres Aussie Hoops, Under 10s: Level 1: Club Coach: Domestic and lower representative grade coaches: Level 2: Association Coach: Higher representative grade coaches, including National Junior Championships and State Leagues: Level 3: Performance Coach
Basketball Queensland has a proud history of good performance and medals at Australian Junior championships and athletes selected for National Squads and Centre of Excellence. New and younger athletes are given representative experience by being selected for an Emerging Team to further develop each athlete’s skills and game awareness against ...
The Level 1 Coach Accreditation Assessment fee is $72.00 per candidate. Assessment consist of a written exam followed by a role play practical assessment. It is recommended that candidates familiarise themselves with all the content of the accreditation prior to attempting assessment as fees apply for reassessment of competency.
About. Previously under the banner of Top of the North and QNJBC, the North Queensland Junior Basketball Competition (NQJBC) is an association-level representative competition catering for players in the Under 12 to Under 18 age groups who live north of Rockhampton. This competition gives elite junior players in North Queensland the opportunity ...