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Role of the Coach. Coaching Qualities . Good communicator Adaptable Well organised Knowledgeable – up to date Abides by Code of ethics Positive role model Safety of athletes foremost . Specific information. Adaptable Able to adjust quickly to situations

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coaching qualities
Coaching Qualities
  • Good communicator
  • Adaptable
  • Well organised
  • Knowledgeable – up to date
  • Abides by Code of ethics
  • Positive role model
  • Safety of athletes foremost
specific information
Specific information
  • Adaptable
    • Able to adjust quickly to situations
    • Is not phased by changes to coaching environment
  • Well organised
    • Well prepared
    • Plans appropriately for all activities
  • Knowledgeable – up to date
    • Responds quickly to current issues/changes
    • Actively seeks new opportunities/alternatives to develop players
  • Safety of athletes foremost
    • Caters for any changes in training regime
    • Considers all aspects of training and competition
what can the coach do
What can the coach do?
  • Investigate alternatives
    • Where – Work areas, other venues etc.
    • When – Time of day
    • How and what – Method and activity
  • Plan
  • Inform players of situation
  • Anything else? e.g.
    • attend updating workshops
    • talk to other coaches
  • Monitor
alternatives where
Alternatives - Where
  • Where* – Work areas, other venues etc.
    • Rotate areas at training (Move activities within each session to reduce wear and tear on surface)
    • Beach work
    • Recreation hall
    • Gymnasium
    • Swimming pool

* Check insurance cover for any alternate training venue or method

alternatives when
Alternatives - When
  • Change training times to alleviate heavy use of ground around lights*
    • Early mornings
    • Lunch times
    • Afternoons

* Check insurance cover for any alternate training time, venue or method

alternatives how and what
Alternatives - How and what *
  • Method and activity – use “Game sense” approach and utilise other sports to reinforce principles of play
  • Cross training – use another sport for fitness or tactical training e.g. cycling, swimming, aquatic fitness programs etc.
  • Indoor competitions e.g. Volleyball, Indoor soccer, Netball, Basketball

(For further information on “Game sense” approach please contact Sport Ed)

* Check insurance cover for any alternate training time, venue or method

planning communication
Planning & Communication
  • Plan
    • Any change to activities, methods and/or times
    • Research options (Discuss with other coaches/administrators)
    • Communicate and discuss all options with club committee
  • Inform players of situation
    • Communicate regularly with players to ensure they are clear on reasons for changes and promote the benefits of the situation
what can the administrator do
What can the administrator do?
  • Ensure others are aware of situation
    • Why there needs to be change in operation
  • Support & encourage alternative activities
    • Additional funds, check insurance cover
  • Ensure players are aware of situation
    • Communicate with all relevant people; players, parents etc.
  • Consider options for competition structure and delivery
    • Consider shorter competition time
    • Consider reducing the number of participants
  • Anything else? e.g.
    • Organise coaching workshops to update your coaches
    • Find out what others are doing to alleviate the situation
what are you going to do
What are you going to do?
  • Decide on your response.
  • Who will you need support from?
  • What is your first step?
  • When will you take it?
where to get more information
Where to get more information
  • Your State Sporting Organisation
  • Local Government
  • Sport Education Victoria

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 03 94250059

Website: www.sported.org.au

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