0. Training Program Overview

AEBF - Level 3 Coach Registration and Overview

  • 1: AEBF - AEBF Member over 18 years of age
  • 2: AEBF - Coach's Code of Conduct
  • 3: ASC   - Level 3 Beginning Coaching Principles (8 hours)
  • 4: AEBF - Level 3 Coach Activity Sheet (20 hours)
  • 5: AEBF - Level 3 Eight Ball Training Program Course  (8 hours)
  • 6: AEBF - Eight Ball Coach Accreditation Fee $220

Must of completed Level 1 and Level 2

More information to follow

AEBF - Level III Eight Ball Training Program

AEBF - Level III Eight Ball Training ProgramAEBF - Level III Eight Ball Training Program

The Level III Coach Accreditation Training Program is the first coaching level within the (AEBF) Coach Development Pathway, and is intended to provide relevant coaching skills and accreditation for club level Eight Ball Coaches.

Flexible course delivery: this program recognizes that coaches can be assessed in a number of ways which will enable people in remote areas or those with time constraints to have access to accreditation. (on-site or online)

AEBF - Level III Eight Ball Coaching Manual

AEBF - Level III Eight Ball Coaching ManualAEBF - Level III Eight Ball Coaching Manual

We're all born with some coaching ability, and the key to becoming a great coach is knowing what your strengths are, and building on those.

The coaching manual is available for all registered coaches in training to download. Please contact your State/Territory Eight Ball Association or the AEBF NCC (National Coaching Council). 2011 | 1st edition paperback A4 | AU$19.95 

Currently under review, to assist contact the AEBF NCC.

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ASC - Advanced Better Coaching Manual

ASC - Advanced Better Coaching ManualThis second edition of Better Coaching reflects the changes in sport since the first edition, showing the increasing focus on legal, ethical and behavioural issues in sport and including new information on drugs, and information technology in sport. The first section covers the roles and responsibilities of modern coaches, their methods and management. The structure and function of the athlete is covered in section two. The third section discusses how performance can be improved with appropriate training principles and methods. The final section presents a holistic view of sport programs and the role of the coach. 2001 | Paperback A4 264pp  AU$49.50 http://shop.ausport.gov.au

AEBF - Level III Coach Code of Conduct

AEBF - Level III Coach Code of ConductAEBF - Level III Coach Code of Conduct

All coaches wishing to be accredited must have read this code, agree to abide by this code and conduct themselves in accordance with this code when coaching eight ball. Coaches who are deemed to break this Code can have their accreditation withdrawn.

Please complete the Code of Conduct and forward to the AEBF NCC (National Coaching Council).