Fencing North is absolutely thrilled to announce the start of the FeNZ Coaching Development Course here in the North at 6.00pm this coming Monday (25th).
This first event is a general introduction to coaching presented via Zoom by North Harbour Sport’s Shaun Matthews and our own Judit Fliszar. You don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to attend and let’s face it – there’s not a lot of better things to do in a level 3 lockdown huh!
Are you ready to inspire, connect and empower others and create positive sporting experiences? Whether you’re just starting out coaching at school, at your club or within the community, Coach Emerge is designed to help you learn about the coaching process, experience fun sport activities and learn new techniques that will provide you with the foundation to run your own coaching sessions.
This interactive evening is the first in a long term series of courses designed to develop our coaches to ultimately gain a qualification within the Oceania Fencing Masters Academy – the FIE recognized body for coach development in the Oceania Region.
Other sessions, including an important first aid course will be announced shortly.
This series is planned to be absolutely free and open to anyone who has already registered with the FeNZ Coaching Commission.
If you haven’t registered yet, it’s not too late.
This is an exciting time for our sport, so get into it and help us develop it to become even more amazing than it currently is.
Hi all, with the annoucement that Auckland will be at Level 3 until (at least) the 26th of August, the SS Sabre/Epee teams event next weekend has been POSTPONED. We fully intend to hold this competition later in the year, so watch this space - we'll make an annoucement about calendar changes as soon as the dust has settled.
Hope everyone is doing well in your bubbles - let's nip this thing in the bud so we can get back into it.
As you're all no doubt aware, as of midday today until 23:59 on Friday night, the Government has put Auckland back into Level 3 Covid Alert, and the rest of the country into Level 2.
To see what this means to you in Auckland see: https://covid19.govt.nz/covid-19/restrictions/alert-level-3/
Those of you outside Auckland should see: https://covid19.govt.nz/covid-19/restrictions/alert-level-2/
The net result of all of this so far as Fencing is concerned is that all training sessions for fencing clubs in Auckland during this period should be cancelled immediately, and, regrettably the President's Cup - scheduled to be held in Wellington this weekend - has also been POSTPONED.
We wait along with all of you to see how this unfolds, and will update this advice as soon as we know anything further.
Stay safe . Be kind.