National Coaching Institute - Advanced Coaching 2012-01-04آ  Coaching Effectiveness. Coaching Leadership

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  • Advanced Coaching Diplom a

    D elivered by N

    CIs

    National Coaching Institute - Advanced Coaching Diploma

    DIPLOMA PROGRAM

    NSOs Sport Specific

    Evaluation

    ENTRY PREREQUISITES • Contract

    between the NSO and individual candidate

    Comp-Dev Advanced CERTIFIED

    Certification delivered by

    NSOs

    Mid-program Assessment Presentation with Panel

    Program Summation Presentation with Panel

    DIPLOMA ENTRY PRE- REQUISITES • Proper NCCP

    qualification as per Entry pre- requisites document AND

    • Letter from NSOs AND

    • Letter from PSOs

    • Actively coaching

    Coaching Effectiveness – 2 modules Coaching Leadership – 4 modules Training and Competition Readiness – 2 modules Performance Planning – 2 modules

    Part One

    Coaching Effectiveness – 2 modules Coaching Leadership – 2 modules Training and Competition Readiness – 3 modules Performance Planning – 2 modules

    Part Two

  • Coaching Effectiveness

    Coaching Leadership

    Training & Competition Readiness

    Performance Planning

    4 Themes organized in 19 Modules

    National Coaching Institute Advanced Coaching Diploma Program

    Analyzing Coaching and Athlete Performance

    Skill Development and Biomechanics

    Creating & Living Your Coaching Philosophy

    Effective Leadership Behavior

    Health & Safety

    Doping Free SportLiving your Coaching Philosophy

    Analyzing Training & Performance

    Designing a Sport Program

    Part One

    Leading Change

    4 Modules with 24 Units 6 Modules with 24 Units 5 Modules with 21 Units 4 Modules with 24 Units

    Monitoring athletes in training and competition Building Effective Teams

    Leading a ProgramInnovating practices and coaching interventions

    Talent Identification & Selection

    Strategic planning for training and competition

    Managing the Training Plan

    Part Two

    Detailing the Training Plan

    Preparing for Competition

  • 1. NCCP Qualifications New NCCP Old NCCP

    Fully certified Competition – Development coach

    Level 3 certified coach AND Pass MED Online evaluation

    2. NCCP Qualifications + Updated Training where Comp-Dev context isn’t available New NCCP Old NCCP

    Fully certified in any NCCP coaching context AND Trained in • Design a Basic Sport Program • MED

    and Any 4 of 6 Comp-Dev MSM: • Developing Athletic Abilities • Prevention and Recovery • Coaching and Leading Effectively • Psychology of Performance • Managing Conflict • Doping Prevention

    Level 2 certified coach AND Trained in • Design a Basic Sport Program • MED

    and Any 4 of 6 Comp-Dev MSM: • Developing Athletic Abilities • Prevention and Recovery • Coaching and Leading Effectively • Psychology of Performance • Managing Conflict • Doping Prevention

    Enrollment Qualifications and Pre-requisites Qualifications 1 or 2 or 3 + 4

    3. Suitable Experience Satisfy the NCI Director that, based on the student’s post-secondary study and sport experience, the student is suitably qualified

    4. Supporting Documentation and Admission Process • A letter of intent from the candidate to enter the NCI Diploma and why the NCI Diploma will benefit his or her coaching • National Sport Organization endorsement of the coach in collaboration with PSOs • Candidate’s Sport Resume • Complete interview with NCI Selection Panel

    OR

    AND

  • Advanced Coach Education: The Evolution of the National Coaching Institute Diploma and What it Means to Canada’s Coaches By Jean-Philippe Lavoie, High Performance Coaching Consultant, Coaching Association of Canada

    As the evolution of the National Coaching Institute (NCI) curriculum (Level 4/5 Diploma and certification) reaches a critical juncture, it is timely to share information about progress to date, how we got there, and next steps. But first, some background.

    Background: the evolution of the NCCP and the network of NCIs

    The Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) and its partners are implementing a new framework and national standards designed to move the NCCP towards a competency-based approach where coaches are:

    • Trained in NCCP outcomes relevant to the participants they are coaching

    • Evaluated by demonstrating coaching outcomes to a specified standard

    The new framework, when fully implemented will provide the Canadian sport system with more competent coaches who are trained to meet the needs of the participants and athletes they work with and to reflect the new era in Canadian sport.

    The mandate of the NCIs is also shifting. NCIs will have two core responsibilities:

    1. NCI Diploma Program: Delivery of the new learning program for Advanced coaches in the Competition – Development context.

    The Diploma program is being redesigned for the purpose of enabling coaches to progress along the “novice to expert continuum”, from Competition – Development Certified (roughly equivalent to Level 3 in the old system) to Advanced Certified status.

    This change in NCI focus from Level 4/5 (High Performance) to a focus on preparing expert/advanced Competition – Development coaches is consistent with the new structure of the NCCP, which encourages coaches to become expert at coaching athletes in any stage of development. The concept of “advanced gradation” represents this opportunity to achieve and be recognized as having the highest level of qualification without necessarily having to work with high performance athletes.

    CAC, in partnership with the National Coaching Institutes and the National Sport Organizations, is currently revising the NCI curriculum, consistent with the competency- based approach of the NCCP framework. Upon completion of the NCI Diploma program, a coach will acquire the Advanced Gradation of the Competition – Development context.

    2. Competition – High Performance Context: Delivery of professional development for existing national level coaches.

  • Although the NCCP framework provides for the development of advanced coaches in all contexts, there is a continuing need to provide professional development for the current high performance coaches. Within the structure of the new NCCP, the Competition – High Performance context will be a customized professional development program for the coaches of high performance athletes. The NCIs will play a significant role in this supporting these programs, a mandate separate from and complimentary to the delivery of the NCI Diploma program.

    How the NCI Diploma is Changing

    Rationale for Changing the NCI Diploma

    The current NCI curriculum which is based on the original NCCP Level 4/5 is over 12 years old. Both coaches and presenters recognize the need for significant updating of the Task Readings and Assignment Workbooks.

    The experience of the last 12 years of NCI delivery has shown that the majority of the coaches attending the NCI are not directly involved in the coaching of high performance athletes. The NCI Directors have recognized the clear need to provide advanced training to coaches in different contexts, whether they are coaching high performance or developmental athletes. The current Level 4/5 curriculum, with its focus on high performance, is not necessarily the advanced training required by coaches of developing athletes.

    In addition to the structural changes, the NCCP is changing to focus on coach competencies (what the coach can do), improved evaluation standards, and teaching methods that better support transfer of learning to coaching practice (e.g., problem-based learning methodologies). These changes are occurring across all 67 sports with NCCP programs and at all levels of the system. The NCI curriculum needs to stay in step with these changes. With the change to a competency- based approach, the NCI curriculum will:

    • Recognize and give credit to coaches for their prior learning and experiences.

    • Ensure coaches enrolled in the NCI Diploma program access uniformly standard program at any of the seven NCIs.

    • Establish a recognizable, credible coaching accreditation for legislative and employment purposes and serve as a singular reference for multi-sport games; professional designation with Coaches of Canada, and Sport Canada funding.

    • Provide a ready framework for the professional development of Canada’s national team coaches.

    Desired Outcome of the Competition – Development Advanced Gradation Program

    Currently, the vast majority of coaches attending NCIs are coaching athletes in the Competition – Development context which corresponds to coaches working with athletes in the “Training to Train” and “Training to Compete” phases of the Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model. The desired outcome of the Competition – Development Advanced Gradation program (NCI

  • Diploma) that is realigned with these contexts is the development of competent coaches who are capable of preparing athletes for podium success at provincial and/or national level competitions.

    The Competition – Development Advanced Gradation offered by the NCIs will represent the next step towards becoming an expert coach for those coaches working in this context.

    Competition – Development Advanced Gradation’s target audience is:

    • Canada Games and provincial head coaches