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

Seagulls sign North Geelong star

Williamstown has signed back-to-back AFL Barwon senior women's best and fairest winnerCharlotte Thorne for the 2020 season. 

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Vale, Max Munday

Williamstown Football Club is saddened to learn of the recent passing of Team of the Century full back Max Munday. 

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Young looking to impart experience

New midfield coach Clinton Young says he's excited to get stuck into his new coaching chapter after  "an awesome start" to the 2020 pre-season. 

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Ghazi glad to be back

Williamstown Team of the Century member Saade Ghazi says although he's been away from VFL footy for "eight or nine" years, it was an easy choice to come back to Williamstown. 

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VFLW leadership workshop day

As Williamstown embarks on its third VFLW season, players and staff underwent a leadership workshop on the weekend prior to their 2020 pre-season regime continuing this week. 

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