Netball Victoria
Information on how to become an accredited coach and some great coaching resources. Click here.


Netball Australia
The Knee Program


Sport Australia
Sport Australia provide a free Community Coaching General Principles course covering a range of topics including role and responsibilities expected of a coach, planning, safety, communication and inclusive coaching practices. Click here to review.


Play by the Rules

Click here for online training courses.


My Netball

There are several excellent (and free) courses available which you can complete in your own time.  Go to MyNetball and log in using your Netball Victoria membership details. Find Learning – Online Learning and browse available courses. For example:

  • Getting to Know NetSetGO – A fast and fee online course outlining everything you need to know about NetSetGO.
  • Community Coaching General Principles – The course is aimed at first time and beginner coaches, it contains four modules focusing on a general introduction to coaching.
  • Complete your Foundation Coaching Accreditation – Targeted at beginner coaches, this course outlines introductory coaching information and basic netball techniques. The Course is the first step in the national coaching accreditation framework and is an important step along the knowledge pathway for a coach.
  • Development Coaching Online – Complete the online component of the Development Coaching course and build on the fundamental coaching principles.  This course provides a good introduction to skill progression and fault detection and correction.
  • Coaching Our Way – Player Centred – A player-centred coaching approach is central to the Netball Australia Coaching Blueprint.  This course will help you to use this approach in your coaching, no matter what level you coach at.
  • KNEE for Coaches – Designed for coaches of all levels to upskill their knowledge in Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement strategies specific to netball.  This course outlines Netball Australia’s KNEE Program, which, when used consistently, has the potential to improve how players move on court and reduce the risk of injury.