How to become an Accredited Eight Ball Coach
There are 6 basic steps to attaining your Accredited Eight Ball Coach.
- 1: AEBF – AEBF Member over 18 years of age
be a registered member of an affiliated State or Territory
- 2: AEBF – Coach’s Code of Conduct
agree to and sign the Code of Conduct
- 3: ASC – Level I Beginning Coaching Principles (8 hours)
complete the ASC Beginning Coaching Principles online or onsite
- 4: AEBF – Level I Coach Activity Sheet (20 hours)
maintain a diary of all pupils coached
- 5: AEBF – Level I Eight Ball Training Program Course (8 hours)
complete the AEBF Training Program online or onsite
- 6: AEBF – Eight Ball Coach Accreditation Fee $220
pay the applicable fee
What does a coach do?
Learning outcome at the end of this module: ‘I know what I need to do to meet the needs of those I coach’.
The primary aim of the module is to provide a snapshot of a good coach including roles and responsibilities and the coaching pathway.
Roles of the coach for competition and participation and skills required
Range of coaching styles for different situations and individuals (direct to indirect)
Limitations to the role that the coach is able to play in injury management if they are not trained in first aid or providing nutrition advice
Understanding the coaches role in relation to others: AASC regional coordinators, school staff, club administrators, and other coaches
Opportunities for coaches to have a positive impact on participants
Become an Accredited Eight Ball Coach.
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