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BECOMING A COACH

Do you want to meet new people, be part of a vibrant disciplined sport, experience new opportunities and challenges, embark on a new, exciting and rewarding career, get personal satisfaction from contributing to the social and skill development of young people?

BEING A GOOD COACH

All you need is a love of the sport, good communications skills, be well organised and have good time management skills.  You will be provided with equipment by the local association who appoint a Coaching Co-ordinator to mentor you and give specialised training sessions.  You will receive invitations to attend workshops and seminars to improve your skills and knowledge.

If you are interested in becoming a marching coach be sure to contact Marching Nelson or contact coach@marching.co.nz

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COACHING RESOURCES

To find the resources you will need to become a coach you can click the following links which will take you to Marching New Zealand's website with tips and more information regarding coaching.

 
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BECOME A JUDGE

Do you want to meet new people, travel to new places, be part of a vibrant disciplined sport, experience new opportunities and challenges, embark on a new, exciting and rewarding career?

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JUDGING

All you need is a love of the sport, good communications skills, the ability to focus. 

You will be provided with equipment by the local association who appoint a Chief Judge to give you specialised training and then monitor your progress and performance giving you advice, support and encouragement. 

You will receive invitations to attend workshops and seminars to improve your skills and knowledge. Marching New Zealand provides training for all Judges and are trained for the section they are adjudicating with qualifying levels at Trainee, Local, Regional, National and International.

Judging is based on an awarding system and judges adjudicate in an objective and unbiased manner and in compliance with the criteria stipulated in the Technical Manual.

If you are interested in becoming a marching judge  be sure to contact the association nearest to you or contact judge@marching.co.nz

If you have have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us 

 

JUDGE RESOURCES

Judging resources and information can be found on Marching New Zealand's website via the link below