Schools Training Programme
If you’re looking to boost your school’s netball offering teaming up with Elite Netball Academy could be for you. Whether you have limited resources or are highly focused on sport, working with us gives your PE department the opportunity to learn from some of netball’s best coaches.
We collaborate with your team to devise a bespoke framework for improvement through weekly sessions including guest coaches, mentoring and competition preparation.
We can develop a coaching programme to suit your school’s needs, get in touch with us to see how we could help make a difference.
Club Training Programme
Team up with Elite Netball Academy to provide a professional guide to your club’s progress. Specialist one-off sessions are also available, and we can focus on specific tactical areas that you would like to improve on within your current coaching framework.
With the help of your coaches, we take the time to understand your club’s culture and objectives, before devising a framework of individualised, themed support mechanisms to follow and drive your players towards the success you’ve been craving.
Our coaches are experienced in the running and progression of netball clubs. We can offer guidance in any aspect of development including player, coach, or club. Get in touch with us to find out more see how we can help take your club to the next level.
“Elite Netball Academy has been an inspiring and supportive service for our club. It has helped keep our players engaged in this third lockdown through engaging and innovative virtual sessions. We have loved being part of the Elite Netball programme with the range of sessions offered. Thank you for having us and providing high-quality coaching to support our players’ netball development.”Kiana Stagg, Magic Netball Club
“Anna is such an asset to our coaching team. She inspires our high-level performance players, including technical elements into their skill sessions and developing their tactical play. Anna’s enthusiasm spans the full range of ages and abilities, girls and boys, enabling all students to get involved and progress.”Kate Nash, Sports Department, GSAL