Softball Tasmania and your local Association would like to hear from anybody wanting to learn to coach or advance their level of coaching knowledge. You can contact us through Ev Seabourne, Development Officer, email@example.com
Coach Accreditation Program
Softball Tasmania currently supports:
Combined Softball Community Coach (SCCP) and Level 1:
No previous softball experience required
Must complete Australian Sports Commission Community Coaching General Principles before attending your course and take Certificate and completed session planner to your course
Also, must have Working With Children Check (or VET Registration)
Must hold Level 1 Accreditation
Must hold Level 2 Accreditation
To renew your accreditation you will need to contact Ev Seabourne at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the process. If your accrediation as expired she can discuss this process with you as well.
Skills & drills
FUNdamental Skills focuses on the correct mechanics and execution of fundamental softball skills and form part of our Level 1 Coach Accreditation program. These include catching a thrown ball, executing an overhand throw, fielding ground balls and fly balls, basic pitching, catching, hitting and base running technique. This resource concentrates on assisting coaches to correctly develop fundamentals softball skills in beginner level players.
- Baserunning FUNdamentals
- Catching FUNdamentals
- Fielding FUNdamentals
- Hitting FUNdamentals
- Pitching FUNdamentals
- Throwing FUNdamentals
- Planning and reviewing a training session
- Softball Community Coaching Program Overview
- Softball Injury prevention
- Training FUNdamental skills checklist
Softball drills is a comprehensive resource with drills grouped into sections related to offense and defense. The guide covers a selection of drills that are used in the game of softball. Coaches are only limited by their own imagination.
Modified Games are designed to enhance the skills needed to play softball. The activities form part of theSoftball Batter Up (SBU) program. The activities are based on the Game Sense approach which is a fun and engaging to add variety to your training sessions. The modified games can be adjusted to suit all age groups.