Mt Gravatt Hawks FC is pleased to announce that it as a result of an exhaustive review of our current Junior Development Program that it is launching the Mt Gravatt Hawks Coaching Curriculum.
One of the key findings of the review was the need to ensure that coaching was age specific and that programs need to cater for players that are late developers as well as those identified as early developers. More specifically, the review identifies the need for Mt Gravatt Hawks FC to be innovative and to be a leader in junior player development to differentiate it from other clubs.
How should Mt Gravatt Hawks play football? What skills and style best suit our club and our players? These are fundamental questions that should engage the minds of everyone involved in the game in the club including coaches, managers, parents and players.
At Mt Gravatt Hawks FC we value our volunteers, they are the lifeblood of the clubâ€™s survival.
We are very proud of the work our volunteers do and it's one of the reasons we are such a successful family orientated club.
For some months members of the Board have been working hard to ensure that the club receives proper recognition for the way that we run the club and the footballing experience we provide for all of our members.
The National Club Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) http://www.myfootballclub.com.au/index.php?id=52 formally recognises clubs that have the best interests of the game at heart and who are dedicated to the direction that FFA wants to take the game in. This scheme has four levels and we recently passed assessments for at both Level 1 & 2.