We are pleased to let you know that all information and registration for all courses and workshops to be held at GymSchool is now available on the Education calendar.
GymSchool will be held 12-13 January 2019 in Auckland. This is an amazing coach development weekend which includes a multitude of practical coaching courses and workshops aimed at intermediate and higher-level coaches across all competitive codes. A range of international and domestic sport specific and sport generic specialists will be presenting (more below).
Registrations close Wednesday 12 December 2019.
There are three fantastic ways to be involved with GymSchool:
- Qualification Coaching Courses
a. WAG, MAG, TRA, TUM, AER Junior Coach
b. WAG, MAG Junior Advanced Coach
- Coaching Workshops – workshops are outlined on the GymSchool Coaching Workshop timetable
- Tumbling athlete clinic (Sunday 13 January only)
We are excited to welcome some incredible presenters from outside our Gymnastics NZ community, which include:
Mke Hunger (Artistic Coach USA) – Mike is the owner and head coach of Twin City Twisters in Minnesota. The club has produced a number of elite gymnasts, collegiate gymnasts and Junior Olympics national qualifiers. Notable gymnasts from the club include USA national team members Maggie Nichols and Grace McCallum. Mike will be leading some course modules and a range of workshops at GymSchool.
- Wei Jun Lee (TUM Coach Australia) – Wei is a tumbling specialist who lives in Sydney. Wei is assistant Australian Coach at the 2018 World Age Group Competition for tumbling. Wei will lead the TUM Junior Coach pilot and an athlete clinic on Sunday 13 January.
- Hayley Glasgow (physiotherapist) – Hayley is an ex-athlete, representing New Zealand at 1990 Commonwealth Games and has been physiotherapist to the WAG team attending World Championships in 2017.
- Dan Stamp (Sport Psychology) – Dan, who runs Ultimate Performance will be presenting some great workshops to help develop wellbeing of athletes and coaches. In particular, Dan will be look at Building a growth mind-set of athletes and dealing with anxiety and stress. Dan has worked with the Pathway to Podium programme.
For any inquiries, please email the Education team.