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Coaches are an important part of our netball workforce and play a pivotal role in creating positive sporting experiences and providing inclusive, safe and fair environments for participation.

Coaching can be rewarding, however it is important to acknowledge the time, commitment and planning it takes to develop and mentor players. Including to ensure they have a fun and enjoyable experience that has them wanting to come back again.

At Raiders Allstars we value our coaches and the major contribution role they paly within our club. We always encourage our coaches to contribute to a player centred approach.

Please feel free to contact our coaching co-ordinator for any queries via email as

The Raiders Committee will run a coaches session in 2024.  The session will include:

  • Role of the coach

  • Injury Prevention

  • Player Development

  • Session Planning

  • Coaching Interventions and Technical Corrections

  • Coach and Player Wellbeing

Coaching Accreditation

The Netball Australia Coaching Framework is a six-tier progression with each stage being accredited

  • Foundation

  • Development

  • Intermediate

  • Advanced

  • Elite

  • High Performance


Raiders Allstars required all coaches to obtain their Foundation Coaching Accreditation prior to the commencement of the season.


Please see below the first two tiers of the NA Coaching Accreditation Framework:

Foundation Coaching Accreditation 

  • Outlines introductory coaching information and basic netball techniques

  • Online Course

  • Target Audience - Club coaches

  • Pre-requisites - Nil

Development Coaching Accreditation

  • Aiming to further netball knowledge. Provides good introduction to skill progression and fault detection with correction

  • Online development course 

  • 4.5 hours face to face course run by NQ

  • Target Audience - Club, association & regional coaches

  • Pre-requisites - Foundation Coaching Accreditation & Current rules of netball theory exam pass (70% or above)


To obtain or update your accreditation:

Head to to get started

If you are an existing learner, you can reset your password by following the reset password prompts and entering the email you use from your MyNetball account.

If you are a new learner, you can register for an account on the home screen.

Having trouble? Head to or email 


Knee Program

Knee injury prevention for Netballers to Enhance performance and Extend play

The K.N.E.E program is a national initiative for knee and ankle injury prevention developed at Netball Australia and we should all be implementing it as part of warm ups for both training and game days.  All parties; Netball Australia, Netball QLD and Downey Park are implementing all netballers to be making this a part of their 'netball routine’.  

Principles of the KNEE program

  1. Take off

  2. Landing

  3. Deceleration

  4. Change of direction


Coaching Resources:

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