Expressions of Interest for National Coaching Advisory Group
Accredited coaches across the country have the opportunity to apply for Bowls Australia’s National Coaching Advisory Group.
Below are the details for the application process as supplied by Bowls Australia:
Bowls Australia is seeking expressions of interest for members to serve on the National Coaching Advisory Group (NOAG).
As a member of these groups, you will play a key role in providing advice and guidance to the Bowls Australia Board in all aspects of coaching within Australia.
The appointment term for these voluntary positions is approximately two years.
Meetings will be held approximately 4-5 times annually. NCAG will meet on no more than one occasion in-person each year. In-person meetings may involve an overnight stay.
Any costs associated with travel to and from meetings are organised and paid for by Bowls Australia. There is no remuneration for these positions.
Bowls Australia (BA) is the national sporting organisation responsible for the leadership, development and management of lawn bowls in Australia. Our Mission is to grow the sport of bowls while demonstrating our core values.
BA is a not-for-profit organisation governed by a voluntary board that provides the strategic direction for the sport and the strategies that are implemented by the staff at the national office. BA’s members are the eight state and territory bowls associations. There are over 1,800 clubs and over 630,000 bowls participants nationwide.
BA is affiliated with World Bowls and Commonwealth Games Australia where Bowls is a core sport for the Commonwealth Games, held every four years.
Further information regarding Bowls Australia can be found on the Bowls Australia website at www.bowls.com.au.
How to Apply
Complete the application form via the following link: https://www.bowls.com.au/national-coaching-advisory-group-application/
A brief CV is requested to be attached with the application.
Applications close on Friday 31st January, 2022 – late applications will not be accepted.