The Essential Conferences and Events for Australian Business Coaches

Are you an Australian business coach looking to stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends? Attending conferences and events is a great way to stay informed and network with other professionals in the field. In this article, we'll explore some of the essential conferences and events that all good Australian-based business coaches should attend and be familiar with in their practice.

The Essential Conferences and Events for Australian Business Coaches

Are you an Australian business coach looking to stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends? Attending conferences and events is a great way to stay informed and network with other professionals in the field. In this article, we'll explore some of the essential conferences and events that all good Australian-based business coaches should attend and be familiar with in their practice. The Community Coaching: Essential Skills course is a great place to start for coaches looking to create fun, safe, and inclusive environments for participants. This course provides coaches with the education, tools, and practical skills needed to develop community coaches that offer quality learning environments that attract and retain more participants.

The Sport Australia Community Training Conference is another great event for coaches to attend. This conference provides sports with the education, tools, and practical skills needed to develop community coaches that offer quality learning environments that attract and retain more participants. It also provides an opportunity for coaches to speak with their coach trainers in person and discuss their business concerns. The Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA) Associate Strength and Conditioning Coach (ASCA) accreditation course is another great event for coaches looking to acquire advanced knowledge and skills in strength and conditioning training (S&C).

This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills needed to plan, implement, and design S&C programs to physically prepare advanced-level athletes to improve performance in a wide range of sports. The Women's Coaches Association is another great event for female business coaches. Founded by Aish, this association is a member of the Women's Council of Football Australia and is part of the executive committee of Football Coaches Australia. Finally, Will Vickery's Senior Training Advisor at Sport Australia is a great resource for coaches looking to modernize their approach to training in all sports.

With more than 35 years of experience as a coach, Will is also a qualified teacher, an international coach developer, certified by the International Council for Excellence in Training, and has a master's degree in Sports from the University of Queensland. Attending conferences and events is an essential part of any good Australian-based business coach's practice. By attending these events, coaches can stay up-to-date on the latest industry trends, network with other professionals in the field, gain buy-in from their organization, coaches, and members, and acquire advanced knowledge and skills in strength and conditioning training (S&C).