Squash New Zealand's nationally developed, regionally delivered CoachForce programme uses a network of trained CoachForce (officers and facilitators) to go out and develop, support and motivate club and school coaches so they are able to provide their athletes and participants with fun, safe and quality squash experiences.
The CoachForce network play a crucial role not just in the initial formal training of coaches but also in the way coaches are informally educated, supported and nurtured ‘on the job’. This includes running coach learning and extension modules, as well as providing programme setup support, coordinating regional workshops and being available to watch, observe and listen.
With special thanks to the NZ Community Trust
The CoachForce Club Questionnaire can assist with creating your club’s annual coach development plan. By sending the questionnaire to your coach database, you can get feedback on what modules your coaches want to upskill in and the most suitable times to schedule coaching workshops. Click here (WORD) to download a copy.
Are you keen to upskill on a coaching module? Looking for one-on-one coaching advice and personal support? Interested club and school coaches should get in touch with the following CoachForce Officers.
Annie Greene - Coaching Convenor
P: 027 437 4722
Mike Weston - Development and CoachForce Manager
P: 021 484 713
Glenda Knox - SportsForce Squash Development Officer
P: 027 475 7516
Squash Bay of Plenty
Robbie Wyatt - Coaching Director
P: 027 467 1918
Sally Stantiall - District Coaching Coordinator
P: 027 579 1144
Kim Paviell - Administration Manager
P: 027 533 7348
Linda Kenny - CoachForce Facilitator
P: 03 686 0723
Bruce Thirkell - Development Officer
P: 027 319 4169
Squash New Zealand are always on the lookout for suitably experienced coaches to join the CoachForce network as a facilitator. Find out more