All water polo teams need coaches, from junior Clubs through to senior as well as representative teams. Coaches are role models and vital to the development of players both in and out of the pool.
Being a coach can provide great fulfilment and challenge while also taking you around the world as part of this global game.
Want to become a coach? Now is the best time!
WPA, in collaboration with the State governing bodies, offers discounts on all online Water Polo Coach and Officials courses from 1 May 2020 for six months.
The offer is designed to provide WPA members with the opportunity to upskill and refresh their knowledge or to start the journey to becoming an official referee or coach.
Discounted courses are open for enrolment now and participants will have 12 months to complete their chosen course.
Start your training to become an official TODAY! Get in touch with your club, and visit The LearningPool and see how you can start your new role in water polo.
The Water Polo Australia accreditation courses provide a common standard of foundation knowledge for all Coaches to build on through practical experience.
What coaching levels are available?
Below is an overview of the coaching accreditation courses, each designed to develop coaches for the specific playing group they are working with:
(or an equivalent of in TLP)
WPA Education Curriculum
The Water Polo Australia education curriculum outlines the target market, minimum age, prerequisites and course overviews for each accreditation or certificate course as part of WPA’s national education program:
For more details on the WPA Coaching Accreditation courses see the WPA Education Curriculum.
How do I complete, renew or advance my coaching qualifications?
The LearningPool provides coaches, starting out, renewing or wanting to advance their qualifications, with a one-stop-shop.
Check out The LearningPool today for all your coaching needs.
To complete your course pre-requisites click here.