Online Lane Ranger Training is Here!

By Matt Stevens
July 1, 2020

Lane Ranger training is an introductory, online, educational training program showcasing tenpin bowling basics.

Lane Ranger online training was designed to support confident delivery of Tenpin Bowling Australia’s learn to bowl programs Bowl Patrol and Bowl Abilities.

The training is comprised of five sections of content covering:

  1. Introduction to Tenpin Bowling Australia, Bowl Patrol & Bowl Abilities
  2. Ranging the Lanes how we deliver the program differently
  3. Inclusion & Modifications to ensure everybody enjoys learning to bowl
  4. The Sessions what’s the curriculum focus and progression
  5. Quiz to ensure you’ve learnt how to be an awesome Lane Ranger

The online training is one of the first steps for anyone to become a qualified Lane Ranger, which is the person responsible for delivering the programs. In addition to online training, the Lane Ranger will also undergo a series of checks and some additional training requirements until they are confident with the content and ready to run their own programs.

This course is ideal for anyone interested in learning more about the basics of tenpin bowling. Whether you’re a teacher, support worker, coach, parent or just keen to expand your skills – this is for you!

For a limited time, the online Lane Ranger training is available free for all that are interested! We want to make learning to bowl fun and easy starting with the basics.

What is a Lane Ranger?

Lane Rangers are trained facilitators who deliver the program. They’re friendly, approachable, staff who coach participants through the Bowl Patrol levels. 

Lane Rangers are selected based on specific skills including tenpin bowling coaching qualifications, experience in working with children and parents, and capacity to deliver the program. They undergo specific ‘Lane Ranger’ training equipping them with the skills and resources to run a successful program.

For further information you can contact us via email ([email protected] or [email protected] ), visits our socials (@bowlpatrolaus or @bowlabilities) or heading on over to Online Lane Ranger training now ( or