Use your Softball knowledge to earn cash!
Softball NSW is looking for coaches to deliver the Sporting Schools program across the state.
Did you know you can help us promote the sport of Softball and your association while earning some extra cash?
Our coaches earn between $20 to $40 per hour (based on accreditation).
Sessions run during school hours and run for four weeks in each school.
Coaches can pick which programs suit their location and schedule based on opportunity emails that are sent out.
Must be over 18 years of age
Attained a paid Working With Children Check
Have completed Softball Batter Up Program
WHAT IS SPORTING SCHOOLS?
Sporting Schools is a $100 million Australian Government initiative designed to help schools to increase children’s participation in sport, and to connect children with community sport.
In partnership with more than 30 National Sporting Organisations (NSO), Sporting Schools will help to coordinate sporting organisations, coaches, and teachers to deliver sport before, during and after school hours. The programs are underpinned by the quality assurance provided by the NSOs, and the programs are free to families.
Sporting Schools aims to:
- Connect 860,000 children with NSO endorsed sporting opportunities
- Increase children’s participation in sport
- Nurture children’s lifelong love of sport
Why Sporting Schools?
- Growth in junior participation for both boys and girls
- Community engagement with local associations
- School yard to softball sports star pathways
- Education and development for teachers, parents, and community members
Softball Australia Endorsed Model – SOFTBALL BATTER UP
Softball Australia endorses and offers the Softball Batter Up (SBU) program through Sporting Schools. SBU has been developed in line with the Long Term Athlete Development Model, to introduce participants to the fundamental skills of softball through a variety of activities and games designed to develop physical fitness, social skills and an understanding of the game.
A major feature of SBU is the excellent resources, which incorporate the Australian Sports Commission’s Play for Life activities. All games, drills, and skills must align with the Activity Cards developed specifically for the program to align with the national physical education curriculum.
For more information about SBU, visit the website: http://www.softballbatterup.com.au/