How do I become a coach?
Visit our Start Coaching section for our simple three-step process.
Depending on your State/Territory and the level you are coaching, the requirement may vary.
There are currently no additional resources to purchase from Basketball Australia – we’re 100% focused on improving the level of free content on this resource!
The current accreditation structure for basketball coaches in Australia is as follows:
Community Coach – recommended for all coaches before commencing interaction with players
Club Coach – recommended for club level coaches and novice representative coaches.
Association Coach – recommended for established representative coaches and NITP coaches .
Performance Coach – recommended for coaches in Basketball Australia’s national team programs.
Master Coach – honorary accreditation by Basketball Australia.
To find your nearest coaching course, use our Course Finder.
Each State/Territory sets their own price point. Please view our Course Finder to review costs for your nearest course.
Basketball Australia is currently reviewing the structure of its coach accreditation system with a view to re-establish national accreditation protocols.
All current processes for accreditation and renewal in your State/Territory remain valid until such changes are announced.
RPL for certain modules may be granted when the applicant can clearly identify prior learning for those modules, such as tertiary education. NB: Playing experience does not entitle someone to an automatic coaching accreditation with Basketball Australia.
Generally speaking, all coaches registered with their affiliated association are covered under their State/Territory Association’s Insurance Program, handled by V-Insurance Group, whilst delivering organised activities for their association.
In the first instance, coaches should contact their club or association coaching director or manager for any support or queries. Association coaching directors or managers may contact the State/Territory association for support.
Everything within this resource is adaptable, simply CHANGE IT:
Adam Tatalovich (Sacramento Kings) presented in Australia in 2016 some very practical ideas for delivering a quality session with limited space and time for junior players.