Player Wellbeing Program

Background

  • A wellbeing and development program designed to holistically support both players and staff underpinned by an individualised approach, the program aims to facilitate best practice, and produce TEAM focused outcomes.
  • Leading the way in player wellbeing and development, our Player Wellbeing Program continues to forge Williamstown as a destination club both on and off the field.
  • Consistently track the journey of our players and staff, whilst they are involved at our Club to maintain optimal balance both on and off the field.
  • Engage with Universities to develop students with practical work placement opportunities at the Club.

 

Key Areas

  • Liam Picken Academy - First Year Player (Compulsory)
  • Individualised Player Development Plan focusing on Wellbeing & Development
  • Community Engagement
  • AFL Education Program
  • Club Education Program
  • Internships 

 

   

Latest News

Draft Me: Jacinta Reid

One of the clubs most reliable players, Reid’s reading of the play and football smarts showed against AFLW talent throughout the whole season.

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Catterall re-signs for 2019 season

The Williamstown Football Club can announce that VFLW Senior Coach Amy Catterall has been reappointed for the 2019 season.

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Seagulls head out to local schools

Over the past month the Williamstown Football Club headed out to meaning local school's "Footy Colours" days. 

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Draft Me: Brett Bewley

Brett Bewley was on high on the recruiters list in 2017 and after his 2018 season his name should be near the top.

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Draft Me: Megan Williamson

A superb VFLW debut season, Megan Williamson has put her name up to be called at the AFLW Draft in October.

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