All Abilities Coaches
A joint initiative between the PGA of Australia and Golf Australia, the PGA All Abilities Coach Accreditation has been developed to give PGA Professionals and their venues / facilities additional training & resources in providing support for those golfers with physical, sensory or intellectual disability.
As accredited coaches, PGA Professionals play an important role in providing suitable assistance to golfers with disability.
PGA Professionals complete an accreditation in the following areas:
Day 1 - Theory
- Inclusive Coaching
- Inclusive Clubs & Facilities
- Seven (7) Pillars of Inclusion
- Funding & Partnerships
Day 2 - Practical
- Introduction to Club-Fitting and Gripping Solutions
- Mobility Solutions – Ottobock Paragolfer
- Practical Coaching Session - Impairment Groups
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