The Indoor Training Program structure is focused on delivering programs with quality presenters/assessors, resources and ongoing professional development. These training programs will see a shift in the focus towards developing practical officiating skills and self-development and therefore better trained officials to meet the demands of the game.

Hockey Australia together with our State and Territory Associations recognise that quality officiating has a significant influence upon players and their hockey experience, hence the recommendation for all officials to be accredited at an appropriate level.

To register for an indoor course:
 
  1. Click on the course name below. You may have to 'register' an account.
  2. Pay the $50 fee via PayPal - bank accounts and credit cards accepted.
  3. You will then have access to the course to learn at your own pace.
  4. When you are ready, complete the quiz and the practical assessment, then upload the practical assessment for review.

Indoor Coach Level 1 is the first of two courses designed to initially introduce and then enhance coaches' knowledge and capacity to coach indoor hockey. The courses were trialled and then updated following feedback from both the participants and the coaches who conducted the trial program. Like the outdoor equivalents the content for both courses is not intended to be restrictive with those conducting the courses free to add and subtract from the curriculum dependent on the experience of the course participants in the knowledge that all critical components will be covered upon completion of both Level 1 and 2.

Indoor Coach Level 1 is the second of two courses designed to initially introduce and then enhance coaches' knowledge and capacity to coach indoor hockey. The courses were trialled and then updated following feedback from both the participants and the coaches who conducted the trial program. Like the outdoor equivalents the content for both courses is not intended to be restrictive with those conducting the courses free to add and subtract from the curriculum dependent on the experience of the course participants in the knowledge that all critical components will be covered upon completion of both Level 1 and 2.