Working Better With Parents workshop

NSW Government

Office of Communities - Sport and Recreation would like to introduce you to the Working Better With Parents workshop.

The Working Better with Parents workshop is designed to provide volunteer coaches, team managers and teachers with various strategies and practical examples of maintaining a good relationship with the parents of players/athletes.

This workshop covers the various strategies on how to provide feedback to parents, educating parents about the philosophies of junior sport participation and how to deal with situations where their role and ability as a coach may be questioned.

A look at cultural awareness will also be covered in the workshop.

Location:      Roselands
Address:       Lantern Club, Community Room, 21 Roseland Avenue
When:            Monday 11th March 2013
Time:             6:30pm to 8:30pm
Cost:              Only $10 per person (normally $25) – places are limited.


Please refer to our website for enrolment forms to make a booking. Please don’t leave your booking to the last minute.

http://www.dsr.nsw.gov.au/training/region.asp

Go to the Sydney section and select Roselands links for more information.

Alternatively you may call our Client Service Centre on 13 13 02 during office hours of 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday to make a phone booking.

Should you have any further queries, please don't hesitate to contact Miguel Andrade anytime on the below details.  

Kind regards,

Miguel Andrade
Development Officer, Central Region
Sport and Recreation Division
Office of Communities
Department of Education and Communities

T: (02) 9006 3710 F: (02) 9006 3883 M: 0411 205 088
Translation Service: 13 14 50
E: miguel.andrade@communities.nsw.gov.au 
W: www.dsr.nsw.gov.au 
   




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