Port Adelaide premiership player and current St Kilda Football Club Assistant-Coach Adam Kingsley will share his acute knowledge of the game at AFL South East’s next instalment of its Coach Support and Mentor Program (CSMP).
Kingsley, who played 170 games in a 10-year career with the Power, will be the guest speaker at a CSMP Personal Development Session aimed at developing coaches across the breadth and depth of the region.
The session, held at the Karingal Football Netball Club, on Wednesday 30 May, is open to senior, reserves and under-19 coaches and will focus on “Fundamental Football Skills and Defence.”
CSMP Coordinator Brent Clinnick said the session on May 30 would help build on the lessons learnt at the first session at Jubilee Park on April 18.
“AFL South East sees the personal development of coaches as one of the most important aspects of developing the future leaders and mentors of our great game,” Clinnick said.
“The first session was fantastic, we got to hear from Josh Moore (Rye) and Stewart Kemperman (Berwick) who both presented well and were very engaging. We had some tremendous feedback and we look forward to developing our coaches further at our next session at Karingal on May 30.”
These sessions tick a lot of boxes for all coaches who attend.
Not only will you get the chance to mingle with like-minded people, and share your coaching experiences, but you also gain valuable points towards future accreditations.
This session really is a must for any serious mentor coaching under the AFLSE banner in 2018.
And to top things off – you will receive a free dinner!
Register now for a very important date on the coaching calendar.
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