Unit 319 understanding the fundamentals of coaching programmes

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  • 1. Unit 319Understanding the fundamentals of coaching programmesTutor 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 319Understanding the fundamentals of coaching programmesStudent 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 319Understanding the fundamentals of coachingprogrammesUnit aimThis unit assesses the coachs understanding of their role in the planning, implementing, analysingand revising annual coaching programmes. They also will identify a range of methods of developinglearning, performance and the effective management of participant behaviour.Learning outcomesThere are four outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to:319.1: Understand the role of the coach when planning, implementing, analysing and revisingsport-specific annual coaching programmes319.2: Understand the coaching process319.3: Understand how to utilise a range of learning and behaviour management techniques319.4: Understand the principles and application of self reflection and reflecting on feedbackGuided learning hoursIt is recommended that 18 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 the role of the coach when planning,implementing, analysing and revising sport-specific annual coachingprogrammesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. explain the role of the coach in ensuring that participant(s)are at the centre of thecoaching process2. describe equitable coaching3. describe what are considered to be appropriate relationships with participant(s)4. describe how the coach should support, co-ordinate and manage the coaching process5. explain the principles of empowering participant(s) through coachingLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 6. Outcome 1 Understand the role of the coach when planning,implementing, analysing and revising sport-specific annual coachingprogrammesAssessment Criteria6. explain the means by which coaching can provide opportunities and an environmentthat: Motivates Recognises and values diversity Controls risk Engenders challenge, enjoyment and achievement7. describe methods of developing participant(s) confidence and self esteem throughcoaching8. analyse the contribution made through the integration of supporting personnel (e.g.nutritionist, psychologist, physician, physiotherapist, physiologist) and sport-specificspecialistsLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 7. Outcome 1 Understand the role of the coach when planning,implementing, analysing and revising sport-specific annual coachingprogrammesAssessment Criteria9. explain the impact of officials on coaching to ensure fair competition/performance10. explain the role of the coach in actively discouraging the use of performance enhancingdrugs and other illegal substances11. describe how the coach can be a role model and project a favourable image of sport.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 8. Outcome 1 Understand the role of the coach when planning,implementing, analysing and revising sport-specific annual coachingprogrammesRangePrinciplesOwnership, responsibility, guided learning, discovery learning, problem solvingSupporting personnelNutritionist, psychologist, physician, physiotherapist, physiologistOfficialsReferees, line judges, timekeepers, judges, scorers, assistant referees, umpires, videoreferees, extra officials (e.g. fourth official), stewards/marshalsPerformance enhancing drugsMass builders (e.g. steroids, hormones), stimulants, painkillers, sedatives, diuretics, maskersLevel 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 the coaching processAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. describe the process of identifying a range of participant(s) needs2. explain the process of setting and monitoring the achievement of goals3. describe the components of the coaching process as they apply to the developmentof coaching programmes4. analyse the purpose of using different methods of demonstration, which encouragelearningLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 11. Outcome 2 - Understand the coaching processAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:5. describe a range of instruction methods6. explain how to structure language during instruction that is appropriate toparticipant(s)7. analyse the impact of effective questioning and listening skills on communicationwith participant(s)8. evaluate techniques for coaching groups, including meeting individuals needs ingroup coaching scenarios9. describe how participant(s) can be empowered to make decisions about theirperformance.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 12. Outcome 2 - Understand the coaching processRangeComponentsPlan, do, reviewInstruction methodsCommand, guided discovery, question and answer, verbal, demonstrations.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 13. Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 14. Outcome 3 - Understand how to utilise a range of learning andbehaviour management techniquesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. analyse the differences in the way that individuals learn2. explain the differences between the learning styles of adults and children3. explain how to identify participants different learning styles4. describe how to plan to coach participants with different learning styles5. describe how different coaching methods can support participant(s) developmentLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 15. Outcome 3 - Understand how to utilise a range of learning andbehaviour management techniquesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:6. describe how to develop behaviour management strategies and skills7. explain how to develop, communicate and maintain ground rules for behaviour duringthe coaching programme8. explain how to respond to discriminatory behaviour in the programme9. explain the procedures to follow if a participant wants to complain aboutdiscrimination.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 16. Outcome 3 - Understand how to utilise a range of learning andbehaviour management techniquesRangeLearning stylesVisual, auditory, kinaestheticBehaviour management strategiesControl, expectations, ground rules, respect, reinforce, control measuresDiscriminatory behaviourBullying, sexism, racismProceduresInform, reassure, report, follow upLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 17. You dont have tohave been a horseto become a goodjockeyLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 18. Outcome 4 - Understand the principles and application of selfreflection and reflecting on feedbackAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. summarise the advantages of self-reflection on own coaching practice and itspotential to improve own coaching ability2. explain the principles and practice of giving feedback3. explain when and how to seek feedback from participant(s) and support staffLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 19. Outcome 4 - Un