Welcome to Rockhampton Hockey Association

Rockhampton Hockey Association would like to welcome all new and existing members to the 2015 hockey season. Estabalished in the 1930's the Association is made up of four clubs: Frenchville Rovers, Park Avenue Brothers, Wanderers and Southside United.  


Congratulations Mark Knowles - World Player of the Year 2014

 Rockhampton's own Mark Knowles was voted International Player of the Year 2014! Mark is the second Rockhampton player to win the prestigous award following in the footsteps of 5 time winner Jamie Dwyer. In 2007, Mark was honoured by being named the Young Player of the Year by the International Hockey Federation and more recently was awared Player of the World Cup in 2014 and Kookaburra Player of the Year 2014. Congratulations on a stellar year Mark and best of luck to Jamie, Mark and Matt in 2015!

 


 

 State Squad Selections 2015

Congratulations to all athletes who were recently selected to trial in February for the U15 and U18 boys and girls Queensland Teams.

U15 Qld Mens Squad - Cooper Johnson and Jaedon Evans

U15 Qld Womens Squad - Elne Bezuidenhout

U18 Qld Mens Squad - Douglas Buckley and Jackson Willie

U18 Qld Womens Squad - Ainslee Deeth, Elne Bezuidenhout and Tayla Madden

 


 

Rockhampton Level 1 Coaching Course Feb 28th - 1st March

What is involved in becoming a Level 1 Coach?
The Level 1 Coach training program is designed to train coaches in the fundamental concepts of coaching, including group management and organisation, developing effective training sessions, performing the role of match-day coach, and ensuring the safety and enjoyment of players.

It is an enjoyable and convenient training program involving online learning sessions, an applied learning quiz, a one-day practical course and a practical evaluation. 

Who should become a Level 1 Coach?
The program is directed towards teachers, parents, players and coaches who are involved in coaching modified versions of the game or beginner level club hockey.

The Level 1 Coach training program can be accessed as an educational resource for currently accredited individuals, as well as being a training requirement for those wishing to obtain their Level 1 Coach accreditation.

How to get the qualification
There is no pre-requisite qualification needed to undertake the Level 1 Coach training program.

1. View Competencies - To gain a Level 1 Coach accreditation you must be able to demonstrate the required competencies.

2. Register Here - Register for an account on our learning platform HockeyEd.

3. Start Level 1 Coach - This requires a HockeyEd account. There is a registration fee of $40 to complete the Level 1 Coach program. The Level 1 Coach program is in four parts:

  • Hockey-specific online training program (via HockeyEd), including an applied learning quiz. This takes approximately one to two hours to complete.
  • Community Coaching General Principles online course developed by the Australia Sports Commission (ASC). This takes between two and five hours to complete.
  • A practical evaluation of one training session and one match as a coach.
  • A one-day practical course, conducted by your state or territory hockey association.

The four parts can be completed in any order and in your own time. You will need to submit evidence of completion for the ASC Level 1 Coach online course to Dylan Elliott.

 

Further assistance
Please contact the delliott@hockeyqld.com.au  if you have any questions regarding the Level 1 Coach training program.
 

Hockey Australia's Training Programs - How to Register

Community Umpire Training Program

The Community Umpire Training Program is designed to train umpires in the basic concepts of umpiring including umpiring roles and responsibilities; applying the basic hockey rules; safety and enjoyment.

It is an enjoyable and straightforward training program involving an online learning session, an applied learning quiz and a practical evaluation. The program is directed towards players, parents, teachers and other new umpires who are involved in Hook in2 Hockey, modified versions of the game or lower level club hockey.

The Community Umpire training program can be accessed as an educational resource for currently accredited individuals, as well as being a training requirement for those wishing to obtain their Community Umpire Accreditation.

Click here for instructions on how to register for the Community Umpire Training Program

Community Coach Training Program 

The Community Coach Training Program is designed to train coaches in the basic concepts of coaching including group management and organisation conducting modified games and activities safety and enjoyment.

It is an enjoyable and straightforward training program involving an online learning session, an applied learning quiz and a practical evaluation. The program is directed towards teachers, parents and other new coaches who are involved in Hookin2Hockey and modified versions of the game.

The Community Coach training program can be accessed as an educational resource for currently accredited individuals, as well as being a training requirement for those wishing to obtain their Community Coach Accreditation.

Click here for instructions on how to register for the Community Coach Training Program

 


Go to the Get Into Hockey website to find out more about hockey and how to get involved. 

 

Rockhampton Hockey Clubs:

Frenchville Rovers Hockey Club

Southside United Hockey Club

Wanderers Hockey Club

Park Avenue Brothers Hockey Club