Club Curriculum

Does your club have a core philosophy on how it wants its teams to play? Is it articulated in a professional, written document for your coaches to use and follow?

If your club doesn’t have a curriculum, it’s not providing the best possible service to its players and coaches.

Let Coach Liam Flynn help your club develop its own unique Club Curriculum which will ensure players and coaches are working from a shared philosophy towards a common goal.

The process of building a Club Curriculum is extensive and meticulous. Liam will first meet with your key officials to understand your club’s core values and objectives. He then uses this information to develop a distinctive ‘style of play’ for your club, which is then the basis for the Club Curriculum.

The Club Curriculum document is complete with philosophy, descriptions, teaching points and verbal cues. All players and coaches will be using the same language and terminology throughout the club.

The Club Curriculum covers all components of the game – Individual Offence, Team Offence, Individual Defence, Team Defence. Each component is carefully broken down by age group so that concepts are introduced at the younger age groups, refined at the middle age groups, and mastered at the older age groups.

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"Our club, coaches, and development program now have a clear direction for the future, through the creation of a Warrior 'style of play' and detailed development curriculum put together by Coach Liam Flynn. The guidance and constructive feedback for our coaches has also reinforced the expectations we have of our coaches. We will be sure to engage Coach Liam Flynn again in the future"

Cameron Wilson, Director of Coaching, Woodville Warriors.

"I have had varying types of coaches and coaching systems in my career. Liam is someone who I have the upmost respect for. He is methodical in his preparation and professionalism and he has a passion for hard work."

Jacob Holmes, NBL Championship winner, 14 year NBL playing Career.

"Coach Liam Flynn is an excellent coach of the skills and fundamental player development. He is one of a rare breed who has served many years at club and elite youth age level in Australia before advancing to the semi and full time professional teams’ coaching in Australia and Europe. His international experience and background helps make him a leader in the design of curriculum for youth focused Basketball clubs or Associations."

Warwick Cann, Former National Teams Director/Head of Performance at Great Britain Basketball, Accredited Master Coach, Director – Basketball,Townsville Fire WNBL.