Weekly Training Overview
The Chase Basketball weekly skills program is an intensive and progressive training course, designed to develop the fundamental basketball skills of junior players of all levels.
The Chase Basketball weekly skills training program provides for the development of individuals and teams and places an importance on the ongoing enjoyment, commitment and fun of every participant.
Weekly Training Coaches
Weekly Training Program Details
Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about Chase Basketball Weekly Training program.
Below is the schedule for Term 1 of 2021:
Mondays @ MSAC – 4:00pm until 5:00pm
To secure a spot in our Team Training session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursdays @ MSAC – 4:00pm until 5:00pm
Junior Dribblers (5-7 years old)
Beginner/Intermediate Level (7-10 years old)
Saturdays @ Albert Park College
8:00am – Beginner/Intermediate Level (7-10 years old)
9:00am – Advanced (9-13 years old)
10:00am – Advanced Plus (10-14 years old)
All Weekly Training participants are to wear non-marking basketball runners, shorts, and/or tracksuit pants. Once the student received their reversible training singlet, they must wear it at every training.
YES. Every student must bring their own basketball to any Chase Basketball session. The Chase team will have basketballs available to purchase if needed.
The Chase Basketball Skills Sessions are conducted with a 1:10 – 12 coach to students ratio. All students are instructed and constantly reminded throughout the term that:
They are not permitted to leave the basketball courts unless notifying their coach.
They are to go to the toilet in pairs.
Absolutely! We encourage parents or guardians to watch (and cheer)!
Students are grouped according to their age or ability and if a friendship group is expressed. Once a student is assessed by our coaching staff, they can be placed in a more appropriate standard if required.
All medical conditions need to be recorded on the skills registration form (in the additional information section) and must be documented with skills coaching staff. Parents who will be leaving their child in the supervision of the coaching staff are required to provide full medical plans and a listing of necessary medications. Medications should be fully labelled with complete instructions on dose etc.