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  1. Overview of Coach Development Workshops

  2. Aim and Purpose of Workshops Workshops are designed to equip coaches with the knowledge and skills to integrate good-practice techniques into their coaching sessions Aimed at supporting coaches to deliver the right material, the correct way, with total confidence

  3. Activity 1 What do you know about the workshops? In small groups, pool your knowledge of sports coach UK workshops to produce a list of workshop groupings and titles. If you feel the title is not self-explanatory, provide a short explanation of the workshop’s content

  4. Activity 2 In same groups, discuss what know think are the main benefits and ‘selling points’ of the workshops? Look at your list and see if you can prioritise these benefits to reflect what coaches would really need and want from professional development workshops

  5. Why Coaches Rate Our Workshops Led byexperienced coaches with real passion for their subject. Conveniently held at a venue close to home, usually in the evenings or at the weekend. Small groups – with between 6 and 25 people on any workshop, you can share your experiences with other coaches to find practical solutions that work.

  6. Why Coaches Rate Our Workshops The atmosphere is relaxed. You come away with a certificate of attendance, and an excellent resource – book or DVD – for future reference. Organised by sports coach UK partners – typically governing bodies of sport or county sports partnerships – some are even tailored by sport.

  7. How Our Workshops Score 97% of attendees learn something new on sports coach UK workshops 97% of attendees rated a sports coach UK workshop 7 out of 10 or higher 100% of attendees agreed the sports coach UK tutor performance was good/very good overall

  8. Sources of Information Online at www.sportscoachuk.org: all information on workshops and how to find what is available in coach’s area suggested pathways of recommended workshops and case studies plus videos of how workshops have benefitted coaches Giving your Coaching the Edge – leaflet Workshop Information Pack – includes information on equipment and facility requirements

  9. Workshop Categories and Titles

  10. Coaching – Minimum Standards for Deployment Safeguarding and Protecting Children Safeguarding and Protecting Children 2: Reflecting on Practice Safeguarding and Protecting Children (16 – 18) How to Coach Disabled People in Sport Equity in Your Coaching Inclusive Coaching: Disability

  11. Planning and Child Development An Introduction to Long Term Athlete Development Coaching Children and Young People Planning and Periodisation Coaching the Young Developing Performer Multi-skill Club Induction Multi-skills Clubs in Practice Multi-skill Inclusion Coaching the Whole Child

  12. FUNdamentals An Introduction to the FUNdamentals of Movement FUNdamentals of Agility FUNdamentals of Balance FUNdamentals of Coordination

  13. Coaching Craft Analysing your Coaching Positive Behaviour Management in Sport A Guide to Mentoring Sports Coaches

  14. Activity 3 Quiz time! – without looking at any ‘prompts’, put these following workshops under one of the four categories An Introduction to the FUNdamentals of Movement How to Coach Disabled People in Sport Analysing your Coaching Coaching Children and Young People Positive Behaviour Management in Sport Equity in Sport A Guide to Mentoring Sports Coaches

  15. Coaching – Minimum Standards for Deployment

  16. Safeguarding and Protecting Children Raises awareness of abuse and poor practice; gives coaches tools to deal with issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively. Outcomes for coaches: provide children and young people with a positive and enriching sporting experience recognise and respond to the signs and symptoms of child abuse and poor practice take appropriate action if concerns about a child arise

  17. Activity 4 • In small groups – discuss the issues in the following scenarios then suggest how you might deal with them • A gifted young performer in an under-14s squad requests individual, one-to-one coaching, even though they are part of a group • You are asked to take a squad to an away fixture by yourself

  18. Safeguarding and Protecting Children 2 Consolidate and update learning from first workshop; opportunity to share best practice and learn from other coaches’ experiences to help you create a positive, child-centred sporting environment. Coach outcomes leave the workshop with the ability to consider situations objectively and deal with them effectively whenever necessary learn the key codes of conduct principles learn the 7-step method to make informed and appropriate decisions regarding children’s welfare

  19. Safeguarding and Protecting Children 16-18 For young coaches between 16-18 years of age Same outcomes as generic SPC Workshop activities have been tailored specifically for young coaches to increase their awareness of safeguarding and protecting children

  20. Activity 5 All together as a whole group Any comments about the three SPC workshops? Are you clear about when each workshop is appropriate and when it would not be appropriate?

  21. Equity in Your Coaching Everyone should have access to sport, regardless of gender, age, race, ability, faith or sexual orientation. This workshop will show you the best ways to make this a reality. Your tutor will give you practical advice on how to adapt your existing skills to make your coaching sessions attractive to everyone.

  22. Equity in Your Coaching Coach outcomes: identify and deal with any barriers to participation interpret all the legalities in the right language develop your existing skills and experience to make your coaching sessions more accessible

  23. How to Coach Disabled People in Sport Suitable for all coaches Aims to answer the commonly asked questions about disabled sports participants Show how, with a few minor adjustments, coaches can be more inclusive and effective

  24. How to Coach Disabled People in Sport Coach outcomes include disabled people in sport select appropriate coaching activities make your coaching more inclusive and effective

  25. Inclusive Coaching: Disability Gain the knowledge and skills to enhance current coaching skills to become more inclusive. Coach outcomes: learn the basic elements of classifications in disability sport get to grips with participant pathways for disabled participants gain additional knowledge by reflecting on past experiences.

  26. Activity 6 All together as a whole group Any comments about the two disability workshops? Are you clear about when each workshop is appropriate and when it would not be appropriate?

  27. Coaching Craft

  28. Analysing Your Coaching Provides coaches with the opportunity to reflect on their own coaching; to identify their strengths and development areas Coach outcomes: identify your strengths and weaknesses in different coaching situations recognise your current coaching behaviour work out an action plan to take your skills to the next level learn the best ways to monitor your self-improvement

  29. Positive Behaviour Management in Sport Supports coaches in creating a positive coaching environment to encourage better behaviour Every group develops different dynamics and every participant is a unique individual – making managing behaviour a challenging hands-on part of your job For coaches who work with young people in a school or club environment

  30. Positive Behaviour Management in Sport Coach outcomes gain a much better handle on young people’s behaviour discover how your behaviour impacts upon others learn how to create a positive coaching environment understand and apply strategies to deal with challenging behaviour

  31. A Guide to Mentoring Sports Coaches Takes coaches’ support skills to the next level Mentoring is a powerful tool in the education and development of sports coaches at all levels For coaches interested in developing their skills in the area of mentoring other coaches

  32. A Guide to Mentoring Sports Coaches Coach outcomes all the tools needed to develop a coach’s profile to the next level how to design a mentoring programme that will support coaches’ development to increase the effectiveness of mentoring relationships

  33. Activity 7 In different small groups - examine the three workshops in this category and address the following questions: do you think these workshops are central to all coaches’ development? are there any other ‘core’ workshops that you’d like to see included under Coaching Craft – that coaches really would want to attend?

  34. Activity 8 • In small groups • In your role as an experienced coach working with children and young people, you are asked to be part of a group to draw up a list of ‘top tips’ for promoting positive behaviour within your young participants • Record your list on the flipchart sheet provided

  35. What coaches tell us.......

  36. What coaches say… “sports coach UK workshops are fantastic as you can learn so much, not just from the workshop leader but from the other coaches attending.“ "The coaching workshops allow you to get full feedback from a coaching perspective, how to deliver effective sessions through the use of different and appropriate techniques and apply it to real-life situations."

  37. What coaches say… "The workshops have had a very strong impact, making me much more rounded as a coach. Doing lots of the different workshops available has made me more confident and is ultimately making me the best coach I can be, ensuring that I can get the best out of the children I coach.

  38. What coaches say… "They taught me how to coach effectively, learn new methods and allowed me to meet other coaches from different sports clubs. This sharing environment is very beneficial as you can learn so much from other coaches. They often have fantastic knowledge, which they can pass on to you."

  39. Recommendation Zone Hockey Coordinator, Birmingham Why attended SPC – Upskill and increase knowledge about safeguarding; to produce a safe environment for children; to enhance own confidence How workshop impacted – more careful planning; consider environment more and other adult support staff; more aware of own communication and body language; look more carefully for child welfare issues Recommendation – taught me to step back and think more about my coaching

  40. Recommendation Head of PE and Volunteer Football Coach Why attended Intro to FoM – to develop own coaching and to get new ideas How workshop impacted – brought what I learnt into every part of my coaching. Taught me how to make sessions more fun/exciting for children and make them more responsible for their own learning. Children enjoying sessions and learning more now Recommendation – made me look at things differently - how I can help children improve skills

  41. Recommendation Club Secretary BMX Track Why attended Positive Behaviour Management–regularly witness challenging behaviour at the track in public park How workshop impacted – approach to young people has changed; more aware of the environment and try not to jump to conclusions or judge. Involve children more in code of conduct. Anti-social behaviour has decreased and park is being respected Recommendation – made me think about young people in a different light

  42. Summary

  43. Aim and Purpose of Workshops Workshops are designed to equip coaches with the knowledge and skills to integrate good-practice techniques into their coaching sessions Aimed at supporting coaches to deliver the right material, the correct way, with total confidence

  44. Coaching – Minimum Standards for Deployment Safeguarding and Protecting Children Safeguarding and Protecting Children 2: Reflecting on Practice Safeguarding and Protecting Children (16 – 18) How to Coach Disabled People in Sport Equity in Your Coaching Inclusive Coaching: Disability

  45. Planning and Child Development An Introduction to Long Term Athlete Development Coaching Children and Young People Planning and Periodisation Coaching the Young Developing Performer Multi-skill Club Induction Multi-skills Clubs in Practice Multi-skill Inclusion Coaching the Whole Child

  46. FUNdamentals An Introduction to the FUNdamentals of Movement FUNdamentals of Agility FUNdamentals of Balance FUNdamentals of Coordination

  47. Coaching Craft Analysing your Coaching Positive Behaviour Management in Sport A Guide to Mentoring Sports Coaches

  48. Activity 9 In small groups Produce a list of key benefits that coaches will derive form attending workshops Identify what you have learnt from this session that will have an impact on your role as a workshop organiser

  49. Activity 10 Individually jot down any ‘take home messages’ that you’d like to remember outline an action plan for developing your role as a workshop organiser in relation to what we have covered in this session

  50. Finally……… Any last minute questions? Thanks for your contribution Safe home