Australian Coaching Council – an independent, industry group committed to the development and welfare of sport coaches and officials.

Australian Coaching Council –  In 2018 the reconstituted Australian Coaching Council Ltd was established as a not-for-profit entity “to provide a system that will support National Sporting Organisations (NSO’s) to develop, implement and coordinate coaching and officiating policy and coaching and officiating development programs.”

ACC Advisory Committee chair Lawrie Woodman says: “Coaches are more than just part of the sport’s workforce.  The ACC is committed to collaborating with those with a high level of hunger for coaching development and improving sport for participants through coaching.”

What the Australian Coaching Council has to offer:

  • Respected independent representation
  • Leadership – national leadership and direction
  • Advocacy of the important contribution of coaches and officials
  • Focusing on Welfare and Development of coaches and officials
  • Technical support – including Course and resource development – potential through a user pays or subsidised model
  • Committed to building the breadth of representation on ACC Advisory Committee
  • The Future – commitment to meet the needs of Australian sport

Australian Coaching Council – ACC National Coaching Forums

The ACC has recently conducted the following Forums:

ACC National Strategic Framework Coaching in the 2020s

In August 2020 the ACC released the National Strategic Coaching Framework Coaching in the 2020s

ACC Covid-Safe Coach and Officials On-line Accreditation course

In June 2020 the ACC released the Covid-Safe Coach and Officials On-line Accreditation course – as at 20 August 2020 over 50,000 coaches and officials had successfully completed the course.

To undertake the Covid-Safe Coach and Officials course follow the link:

Australian Coaching Council Website

For more information about the Australian Coaching Council visit the website