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Energy Netball

Blue Jays have recently subscribed to Energy Netball!

Energy Netball is an exciting website and has endless ideas for all coaches.

This website aims to inform, educate and entertain, providing an innovative and interactive resource and a first stop for all people involved in coaching netball.

Our subscription includes coach access to: Training sessions; team strategies; individual circuits; warm ups; buddy systems; specialist sessions; worksheets; season planners; coach fit programs and much more!

Follow the link to login to our Blue Jays coaches account.

http://energynetball.com.au/login-2/

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COACHES


Coaching a sporting team can be, without doubt, one of the most rewarding things a person can do.  At Blue Jays Netball Club we are always looking for experienced and ‘would be’ coaches to mentor and teach our netball players.  As a club, we recognise how crucial this role is and therefore provide support and training to assist. We greatly appreciate the voluntary time and effort our coaches put into training and mentoring our netball players!

The role of a coach also comes with responsibilities including abiding by the Club’s Code of Conduct and ensuring legal checks and requirements are undertaken to enable the person to work with children. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re interested in becoming a Blue Jays coach!

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR WORKING WITH CHILDREN – The Blue Card System

 

The purpose of the blue card system is to promote safety for children and young people in environments where they are required to be (such as schools and child care centres) and those that promote their physical, social and cultural development (such as sporting or community groups). In these environments, parents and carers are often required to entrust the care of their children to other adults and it is therefore vital that these environments are appropriately regulated so that any risks of harm to children and young people are minimised.

Volunteers, trainee students, paid employees and people operating a business may need a blue card to work with children in certain environments. If you are a registered teacher or police officer in Queensland, you will no longer apply for a blue card and should instead apply for an exemption card when providing regulated services which are outside of your professional duties.

What is a blue card? Blue cards are issued by the Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian once it has carried out the blue card check to see if a person is eligible to work in the areas of child-related work covered by the Commission’s Act. If a person is eligible, they are issued a positive notice letter and a blue card.

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