Women's Coaching Month supported by BHP

Established in 2020 and proudly supported by BHP, Women’s Coaching Month shines a light on the pathway programs and initiatives aimed at encouraging more women and girls to take up coaching from grassroots through to the elite level.

Now in its fourth year, the theme for 2024 focusses on ‘Accessibility for All’ and strives to highlight the plethora of transferable skills women possess that could make coaching an ideal career pathway – across any level or league.

COACH YOUR WAY

The Coach Your Way Rookie Program has been developed to provide women and girls the opportunity to develop knowledge, learn tools and be supported to confidently step into coaching. 

It's all about coaching your way, and not about fitting into the mould of a 'traditional coach'.

Register for the upcoming online event here
Thursday 20th June 2024
7pm - 8pm AEST


Plus, you can view a local in person event below.

NATIONAL ONLINE EVENT

Join AFL reporter Nat Edwards  with Sydney Kings NBL Assistant Coach, Dr Fleur McIntyre, West Coast Eagles AFLW coach, Daisy Pearce and newly appointed Western Bulldogs AFLW coach, Tamara Hyett for our national online Women's Coaching Month event.

Wednesday, 26 June between 7-8pm AEST

BHP COMMUNITY COACH OF THE YEAR

The BHP Community Coach of the Year Award recognises the outstanding performance and contribution community coaches make to progressing women's football and shaping their local community. 

Nominations are NOW OPEN and will close on Monday 23rd September 2024.

 

RESOURCES

We've developed specialised resources to support the women’s game, including this Prep-to-Play handbook, the Female Performance and Health initiative, a Coaching Toolkit, and the BHP Community Coach Award

WOMEN & GIRLS TOOLKITS

The purpose of this guide is to support coaches of Women’s and Girls’ football teams at all levels. As such it focuses on general principles relevant to varying skills and abilities. It has been designed to offer coaches practical ideas and strategies that they can implement at their Club, School or Auskick Centre.