Coaching to maximise learning, skill acquisition and development. Now you have a better understanding of how we learn, let’s look at how we can use this to design and deliver more effective coaching programmes and interventions.
This course will support you to gain a good understanding of the principles of sports coaching and practice design for you to apply to your own sports and hobbies. It is also a perfect complement to your National Governing Body coaching qualifications and should be accepted as coaching CPD.
Who are these courses for?
All of you who self-coach or would like to become more skilful.
Perfect for parents to support your children to become skilful, happy and confident performers.
Coaches, coach educators and coach developers.
Undergraduate sports students.
These are all 12-week courses comprising of one session every two weeks with a mixture of webinars and tutorials, lots of additional activities and resources. There will be a choice of times so you can find one that suits you each week.
All courses include access to a library of recourses developed to support them.
Full courses (12 weeks, 2 hours contact time per fortnight): £120.
Drop-in sessions (if you would like to just do one session or a particular subject): £25.
There are no course pre-requisites other than a passion for learning and/or coaching.
If you are a qualified coach you should be able to use these courses as part of your coach training and development. Please get in touch if you would like to talk to us about accreditation or CPD.
If you are an undergraduate sports science student, these webinars will help to bring your skill acquisition and coaching modules to life. Our resources include cutting edge academic research.
‘What is going on when performers develop their skills through play and exploration? When what they have done in the past starts to break down and they find new solutions beginning to emerge? It looks ugly – but this is where learning happens. Playing and exploring with focus, effort and passion in the Ugly Zone!’ Marianne Davies