Unit 225 understanding the principles of safe and equitable coaching practice

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  • 1. Unit 225Understanding the principles of safe and equitable coaching practiceTutor Guidance1. Explain the unit outcomes and check understanding.2. Present students with unit assessments and processes for submission.3. Utilise the PowerPoint to support lesson delivery, and student understanding.4. Allow for students to record lesson information to support them in their assessment.5. Consolidate after each lesson.6. Link theory lesson outcomes with practical delivery.7. Consolidate and link the practical and theory aspects with the unit outcomes and assessment.8. Utilise any and all resources to support and deliver the unit outcomes for example quizzes,risk assessments, health and safety checklist, injuries in football, video clips.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)

2. Unit 225Understanding the principles of safe and equitable coaching practiceStudent Guidance1. Review the unit standards, on Blackboard.2. Access unit assessment from Blackboard.3. Save assessment in your documents.4. Take part within group discussions.5. Record notes/ findings from both practical and theory lessons.6. Ask questions, to establish understanding.7. Take active role within practical lessons.8. Clear submission date and procedure.9. Clearly read the assessment requirements for example, prepare a presentation, write a report,produce a leaflet.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 3. Unit 225Understanding the principles of safe andequitable coaching practiceUnit aimThis unit assesses the coachs understanding of how to ensure that their coaching is safe andequitable.Learning outcomesThere are two outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to:225.1 Understand how to ensure participant(s) safety during sport-specific coaching sessions225.2 Understand how to ensure equitable coaching of sport-specific activitiesGuided learning hoursIt is recommended that 13 hours should be allocated for this unit. This may be on a full-time orparttimebasis.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 4. The greatestdiscovery ofmy generationis that ahuman beingcan alter hislife by alteringhis attitudesLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 5. Outcome 1 Understand how to ensure participant(s) safetyduring sport-specific coaching sessionsAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. describe the health and safety requirements that are relevant to planned sport-specificactivities and competition2. describe how to structure coaching sessions to minimise the risk of injury toparticipant(s)3. explain how to plan for contingencies to coaching sessions as a result of externalinfluences4. explain how to implement contingencies to coaching sessions as a result of externalInfluences5. describe the principles for checking the safe functionality of equipment used duringsportspecific activities and competitionLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 6. Outcome 1 Understand how to ensure participant(s) safetyduring sport-specific coaching sessions6. outline the main rules/regulations of the sport/activity appropriate to the level of theparticipant(s)7. explain how to interpret and communicate the rules/regulations of the sport/activity toparticipant(s)8. describe the coachs duty of care responsibilities for participant(s), including children9. outline the coachs responsibilities for ensuring that the coaching environment ismaintained appropriately10. describe the following requirements for ensuring the protection of children from abuse: legal requirements sport-specific requirements11. describe the insurance requirements on a coach operating in a coaching environment.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 7. Outcome 1 Understand how to ensure participant(s) safetyduring sport-specific coaching sessionsRangeRequirementsCoach credentials, risk assessmentContingenciesSession plan, group size, equipment, venue/facility, timingsExternal influencesWeather, surface, equipment, difficulty level, attendancePrinciplesObservation, safety, removal, reportingMain rules/regulationsTechnical content, safety requirements, resource needsLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 8. Outcome 1 Understand how to ensure participant(s) safetyduring sport-specific coaching sessionsRangeDuty of careLoci parentus, supervision, safety, well being, physical, emotionalCoaching environmentFacility, surface, equipment, participants, atmosphereLegal requirementsAge of coach, CRB checks, recruitment policy, NGB specificsInsurance requirementsPublic liability, employers liabilityLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 9. A good manager can, at best, make a team 10%better. But a bad manager can make a team up to50% worseGiovanni TrapattoniLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 10. Outcome 2 - Understand how to ensure equitable coaching ofsport-specific activitiesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. describe the following requirements impacting on equitable coaching: legal requirements sport-specific requirements2. explain the purpose of sport-specific Codes of Practice for coaching3. explain how sport-specific Codes of Practice for coaching impact on coachingbehaviour4. describe methods to minimise barriers to participant developmentLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 11. Outcome 2 - Understand how to ensure equitable coaching ofsport-specific activitiesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:5. explain what information is required in order to provide appropriate and safeopportunities for disabled participant(s) and specific populations6. describe the nature of impairments and how their implications may affect aspects ofthe coaching process7. describe how to identify coaching styles/delivery methods appropriate to variationsin participant, task and environment8. describe how and when to involve support staff to ensure participant(s) needs areprovided for within the coaching activityLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 12. Outcome 2 - Understand how to ensure equitable coaching ofsport-specific activitiesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:9. describe how to adapt and progress activities and sessions10. describe how to prepare athletes for competition11. identify types of performance enhancing drugs and illegal substances12. explain how a coach can discourage the use of performance enhancing drugs andany illegal substances.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 13. Outcome 2 - Understand how to ensure equitable coaching ofsport-specific activitiesRangePurposeSafety, inclusion, enjoyment, developmentImpactAttendance figures, relative safety, spectator numbers, disciplinary incidents, retentionstatisticsMethodsLearning styles, session planning, equipment used, equalityInformationMedical conditions, particular requirements, equipment provision, coach experience andqualifications, coaching support staffLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 14. Outcome 2 - Understand how to ensure equitable coaching ofsport-specific activitiesRangeImpairmentsCognitive, learning, psychological, emotionalSupport staffAssistant coaches, parents, volunteersPerformance enhancing drugsMass builders (e.g. steroids, hormones), stimulants, painkillers, sedatives, diuretics,maskersIllegal substancesAnabolic steroids, cannabis, opiates, heroine, morphine, methamphetamineLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 15. Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 16. TechnicalTouch & release skills / Variety & Quality / DisguiseSkills that dont break down under pressureLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)PsychologicalDecision makingProblem solvingConfidence/ self esteemMotivationResilience,Reflective & ResourcefulnessIndependenceSocialTeamworkBelongingRelationshipsCommunicationsPhysicalGeneral & Specific skillsABCs+ (relevant to age)The Aims of PracticeWhat are thePriorities ?How are wegoing to getthere ?TacticalPlanned & Instinctive actionsStrategies -IndividualPair / Group 17. The Practice SpectrumLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 18. A Practice SpectrumLow(Further from the game)Narrow focusSpecific returnsLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26)High(closer to the game)Wider focusWider returns 19. Adding movementother turnsInterferencePracticing &experimenting withturningVaried movementother turnsInterferenceOppositionPracticing &experimenting withturningPracticing &