Playing For Life Workshop

Date posted: 
18 September 2012

Playing for Life is an approach to coaching that uses games rather than drills to

introduce the skills and tactics of the particular sport or structured physical activity

being delivered. The sport for all workshop will focus on the practical component of

this philosophy, in particular, running games for children with disabilities.

The workshop will include:

* Playing for Life games for working with children with disabilities

* Tips and advice on how to best deliver activities to children with

disabilities

* Question time and networking

* Information for those interested in becoming coaches with the Australian

Government's Active After‐school Communities (AASC) program

Who: Sport and recreation providers, sports coaches, PE teachers, prospective

coaches of the Active After‐school Communities (AASC) program

When: Friday 28 September 9am‐12:30pm

Where: Lakeview 2 meeting room, Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC),

375 Albert Road, Albert Park

(report to main reception at MSAC)

Cost: FREE

(All participants will receive a certificate of participation)

Contact: SSCT employees contact Michelle Jacobs to register.

All other registration and enquiries contact David Connolly on 9209 6552

or [email protected]