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GNAS Level 2 Coach Course. 1. Structured programme. Aims Cardinal points requirement Learning outcomes Course design Course Materials. 2. Topics. What is a Level 2 coach? New course timetable Paperwork and documents Registration and Staffing process

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structured programme
Structured programme

Aims

Cardinal points requirement

Learning outcomes

Course design

Course Materials

2

topics
Topics

What is a Level 2 coach?

New course timetable

Paperwork and documents

Registration and Staffing process

Assessment Process

Budget

Roll out Plan

3

what is a level 2 coach
What is a Level 2 coach?
  • At point of qualification.....
    • Reasonably capable club coach
    • NOT a finished article
    • NOT a high performance coach
    • Equipped to benefit from further development

4

who does a level 2 coach coach
Who does a Level 2 coach coach?
  • Progressing from beginner stage
  • Starting to develop above social level
  • Beginning to compete

5

rationale key features
Rationale / Key Features
  • What does a Level 2 coach need to do?
  • Focus on
    • Coaching Process
    • Technique
    • Observation and Analysis
    • Equipment Selection and Basic bow set up
  • Theory focused at current level of need
course model
Course model
  • Reduction from 8 to 6 days formal tuition (36 hrs)
  • More practical – less Powerpoint
  • Home Study and Coursework 14 hrs
  • Supported practice 24 hrs
documentation
Documentation
  • Information Pack for Learners
  • Administrator Pack for Administrators
  • Mentor Pack for Mentors
  • Assessor Pack for Assessors
  • Resource Manual for Learners and Tutors
  • Learner Pack
    • Assessment evidence
tutor materials
Tutor Materials
  • Level 2 Learning Outcomes
  • Learning Session Plans
  • Powerpoint slides where necessary
  • Resource Manual
  • Coursework Schedule
  • Guidelines
  • Memory stick or disc with video resources
registration and staffing process
Registration and Staffing Process

Similar to Level 1 - But.....

Essential that every day is delivered by the same tutor

Instead of deciding the dates and then looking for a tutor

Decide a time frame, find a tutor and then agree mutually convenient dates – 4 month lead time

Assessment date to be fixed at this time as with Level 1

Inform CEM

CEM appoints assessors

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indicative budget
Indicative Budget
  • GNAS fee per Learner £110
          • Say 10 learners £1100
  • Venue hire (e.g. £125 a day) £875
  • Tutor fee (£200 a day as Level 1) £1200
  • Assessors fees (as Level 1) £450
  • Admin costs £250
  • Total £3875
  • Approximate cost per Learner £400
assessment process
Assessment Process
  • Pre planned assessment day
    • Approximately 2.5 hours each
    • 30 minute Observed Coaching Session
    • 30 minute Observation and Analysis
    • Questioning on practical sessions
    • Questioning on Equipment
    • Professional discussion
roll out plan
Roll Out Plan
  • Timetable
    • Publicity 30th September 12 10th November 12
    • Course applications 1st October 12
    • 1st courses can start 1st Feb 13
roll out plan1
Roll Out Plan
  • Course will require ‘fine tuning’ during roll out period
  • Initial courses to be tutored and assessed by a limited list of Coach Educators
    • Nominated by NCO Ed
  • Staff list to be expanded gradually over 1st year
    • Trained by existing staff
    • Rate determined by experience and demand
further course development
Further Course Development
  • Review after 1st year
    • Course Model
    • Learning Outcomes
    • Assessment process
  • Further development of Resource Manual
  • Feedback needed
  • Any urgent issues resolved by amendment
summary
Summary
  • Revised Level 2 developed by a structured process
    • Definition of a newly qualified Level 2 coach
    • Learning outcomes & programme
    • Assessment driven by outcomes
  • The Challenge is that we will need to develop these newly qualified coaches
    • How will we do this?
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