Unit 321 understanding how to support participant(s) lifestyle through coaching programmes

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  • 1. Unit 321Understanding how to support participant(s) lifestyle through coachingprogrammesTutor 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 321Understanding how to support participant(s) lifestyle through coachingprogrammesStudent 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 321Understanding how to support participant(s)lifestyle through coaching programmesUnit aimThis unit assesses the coachs understanding of how to support participant(s) lifestyle and physicaland mental wellbeing during participation in sport-specific annual coaching programmes.Learning outcomesThere are four outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to:321.1: Understand how to support participant(s) physical conditioning within sport-specific annualcoaching programmes321.2: Understand how to provide participant(s) with nutritional advice within sport-specificannual coaching programmes321.3: Understand how to develop participant(s) mental skills within sport-specific annualcoaching programmes321.4: Understand how to provide participant(s) with lifestyle support within sport-specific annualcoaching programmesGuided 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 how to support participant(s) physicalconditioning within sport-specific annual coaching programmesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. describe the components of fitness and physical capabilities required for specificsports2. describe the principles of participant development3. explain the principles of training and injury prevention4. evaluate the range of methods of training different physical componentsLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 6. Outcome 1 Understand how to support participant(s) physicalconditioning within sport-specific annual coaching programmesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:5. describe each of the following in relation to specific sports: Basic anatomy Biomechanical principles Physiology6. analyse a range of basic sport-specific physical testing protocols7. analyse the principles and different methods of enhancing recovery betweensessions.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 support participant(s) physicalconditioning within sport-specific annual coaching programmesRangeComponentsStrength, flexibility, stamina, speed, body compositionPhysical capabilitiesRunning, jumping, twisting turning, striking, catching, swimming, cyclingPrinciplesWarming up, cooling down, appropriate, progressive, overtrainingProtocolsBleep test, VO2 max, sit and reach, skinfold tests, Illnois agility run, vertical jump, sprint,handgripLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 8. A good manager can, at best, make a team 10%better. But a bad manager can make a team up to50% worseGiovanni TrapattoniGive them the power of choice &ResponsibilityLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 9. Outcome 2 - Understand how to provide participant(s) withnutritional advice within sport-specific annual coachingprogrammesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. describe the different food groups2. explain the principles of sports nutrition3. explain how energy intake and expenditure affect sports performance4. describe the principles of hydration and its effects on sports performance5. explain the impacts of participant(s) weight management and how sharing ofresponsibilities can be facilitated6. describe nutrition and hydration strategies for before, during and after training andcompetition.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 10. Outcome 2 - Understand how to provide participant(s) withnutritional advice within sport-specific annual coachingprogrammesRangeFood/nutritional groupsProtein, carbohydrates, water, fibre, fat, dairyPrinciplesSpecificity, timing, balanced, recoveryLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 11. Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 12. Outcome 3 - Understand how to develop participant(s) mentalskills within sport-specific annual coaching programmesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. describe the key mental skills that impact on participant performance and skilldevelopment2. identify sport-specific mental capabilities and how to profile participant(s) mentalskills3. explain the principles of developing participant(s) mental skills4. describe how to plan interventions to develop participant(s) mental skills in relatingto both training and competition.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 13. Outcome 3 - Understand how to develop participant(s) mentalskills within sport-specific annual coaching programmesRangeMental skillsControl, commitment, confidence, concentration, competitiveness, resilienceMental capabilitiesThought, tactical awareness, intuition, imaginationLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 14. 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) 15. Outcome 4 - Understand how to provide participant(s) withlifestyle support within sport-specific annual coachingprogrammesAssessment CriteriaThe learner can:1. describe sport-specific procedures for drug testing2. explain how participant(s) comply with procedures for drug testing3. explain the coachs and participant(s) responsibilities in making checks when takingsupplementation or medicines4. explain the impacts of participant(s) injury management on training andcompetition.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 16. Outcome 4 - Understand how to provide participant(s) withlifestyle support within sport-specific annual coachingprogrammesRangeProceduresTesting methods, random samplingLevel 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 17. What is Nutrition?NutritionNutrition is the science of food involving the process and role of nutrientswithin the body.Nutrition can be affected by basically the factors that determine what foodsyou eat.A nutrient is a substance found in food that performs one or more roles inthe body to help it function (work) properly. For example, providing energy,helping growth, repairing the body, and even reducing the risk of somediseases.Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 18. Group Discussion1. Can you name 6 Nutrients that make up a balanced diet?2. What are there roles in the body and their roles within sport?Level 2 Award, Certificate & Diploma in Increasing Participation in Sport and Active Leisure in Community Settings (QCF) (4863-26) 19. The human body requires energy to function. Energy is used in the body whilesleeping, while eating, while exercising energy is used in the body all thetime!Three nutrients can be used to produce energy in the body; carbohydrates, fatsand proteins. So when food is eaten, it is broken up by the body (digested) andenergy is released from the foods so the body can use them.Some energy is lost as heat however. This is one of the reasons why when youexercise and use lots of energy you start to get hot!The amount of energy in a food is often called the calories or kilocalories, whichcan always be seen on the label of foods.Level 2 Award, Cer