Sporting Peer Program

Our Sporting Peer Program supports sport and recreational groups to establish and sustain a peer program that enhances coaching and life skills of its participants.

The Peer Program matches each Junior Coach, from the age of 11-12 years, with a team for a season. Under the guidance of a Senior Club Coach the Junior Coaches learn and practice the basics of coaching and skills in life.

The Program:

  • keeps kids connected to community and contributes to the prevention and early intervention of mental wellbeing challenges.
  • supports the development of personal skills important to a young person’s role within their sporting setting and in life.
  • supports existing coaches and leaders to mentor younger club members to develop skills in coaching and in life.
  • develops and/or enhances a sustainable model of coaching/leading at sport settings

View a short video introduction to our Group Mentor Program here.

Want to know more?

The Group Mentoring Program has been tried and tested within Ormond Junior Football Club for two years, with great success.

See evaluations of this pilots:

2018

2019 

Peer Program at Ormond JFC.

Junior Players apply here to join our program.

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Partnerships

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Support

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