Safeguarding and Junior Members
Pass on Your Passion
Young Netball Organiser
Whether you’re a player, volunteer, coach, official, spectator or administrator, there are opportunities to become an England Netball Youth Adviser. You must be between the ages of 9 and 25 and be able to spare 1 hour every month or so. A Youth Adviser will be called upon, on average, every 6 weeks via email to evaluate and review proposals, ideas and existing England Netball Programmes.
England Netball need your experience and knowledge to help represent young people when they are developing coaching ideas, websites, rules etc and may request your help in completing questionnaires and consulting with other young people.
England Netball are recruiting Youth Advisers now so if you are interested please go online to register.
This initiative has been created by the Youth Advisory group and aims to give recognition to the countless number of young volunteers in netball. There are a huge amount of rewards up for grab as you clock up your hours.
Don’t delay and register online today here.
The aim of this 6 hour course is to offer young people aged 14 – 18 years the opportunity to take the first step on the coaching, officiating or administration Netball ladder.
It prepares them to organise safe, enjoyable and purposeful Netball sessions for 7 – 11 year olds, under the supervision of a teacher or coach.
Young people aged 14 – 18 years are eligible for the course. No Netball knowledge is required.
This 6 hour workshop can be delivered in a 1 x 6 hour session or 2 x 3 hour sessions or during curriculum time. It can be delivered in staggered sessions during a school term whilst allowing students to practice their skills in an after-school club within primary schools.
Visit the England Netball website for further information.