Skip to content

Business, Engagement Edition NetSetGO


By: NetSetGO •  4 years ago •  

ANZ NetSetGO is Netball Australia’s junior entry netball program, which began in 2008. It has been developed to provide children from 5-10 years with the best possible learning and playing experience to develop a positive introduction to netball, ensuring enjoyment and continued participation. In 2015, there was 188,078 participants in the NetSetGO program alone, run by 2,321 clubs across the country. This is a 29% increase on the previous year! Kim Ravaillion, an Australian Netball Diamond, is the current NetSetGO ambassador, and started playing at 7 years of age.

The program consists of 2 tiers: “Net” and “Set”. Net is for ages 5-7, Set for 8-10 (suggested ages only). These programs are skills, fun and activity based, rather than team and game oriented. The weekly program is coordinated by accredited coaches and umpires to ensure a quality experience for all participants. GO is the transition to junior netball competition, where they are able to join a team through school or local club.

Coach accreditation is through Netball Australia, with their Foundation Coach course “Getting to Know NetSetGO” now delivered online to reduce administration time and freeing up volunteers to mentor developing coaches. This level is primarily targeted at beginner coaches, teachers, parents and NetSetGO coaches, outlining introductory coaching information and basic netball techniques. It is the first step on the national coaching accreditation framework.

Find a local club by visiting:

  • Foundation – beginner level
  • Development – club level
  • Intermediate – representative level, talent ID, State League
  • Advanced – representative level, talent ID, State League
  • Elite – state league and state teams
  • High Performance – national and international level

Share this article

Featured Articles

Put Your Oxygen Mask on First

Too often we hear of the accountant whose books don’t balance, the...

Becoming an International Coach

By: Bill Sweetenham •  4 months ago •   Here is my detailed outline for a developing…

Coaching in the Time of COVID-19

By: Maria Newport •  4 months ago •   What they don’t Teach you in Coaching School…

One Question

Being a business coach is a dream job. The click you have with your coachee……...

This content is for Community Coach and Career Coach members only.
Login Join Now


By: Sean Douglas •  2 years ago •   Is data analytics the future of sports coaching?…

Are Coaches Educators or Trainers

By: •  2 years ago •   Are Coaches Educators or Trainers As all coaches know this…


HEALTHY THINKING IN A CRAZY WORLD In 1989 the Berlin Wall came tumbling down and…

Negotiation Skills: Art or Science

By: Margot Smith •  4 months ago •   We learn how to negotiate from a very…

Trust, Purpose, Anxiety, Identity

By: Steve Barlow •  4 months ago •   “It was my first day on the job….

A Wake Up Call for Business

By: Alan Ste •  4 months ago •   Recently Bill Gates said that the one question…

Leading the Lost in Love

By: Renee Slansky •  4 months ago •   Welcome to the New World We are no…

Creating a Sense of Safety in Your Remote Conversations

I belong to a community that gathers online once a week to help each other…

Coaching Through COVID and Beyond

It happened so fast. One minute it seemed that I was gearing up for a…


By: Michele Toner •  2 years ago •   If you are working as a coach, there’s…


By: Chérie Carter-Scott, Ph.D. MCC •  2 years ago •   Coaching is a way of being….

Cancer Coaching

By: •  2 years ago •   1 in 2 Australian men and 1 in 3 Australian…

Career Snakes & Ladders

By: Margot Smith •  10 months ago •   Careers can sometimes be like Snakes & Ladders….

Coaching Behind the Mask

By: •  1 year ago •   Coaching Behind The Mask 7 Steps to Success By Steve…


By: Marie Zimenoff •  1 year ago •   How Career Coaching is Evolving to Serve 5…

Busyness Obsessions

By: Kasia Jamroz •  1 year ago •   How to win a race without the finish…


By: Michele Toner •  2 years ago •   If you are working as a coach, there’s…