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WAFC Level 2 & Coaching Coordinator Courses

Monday, October 3, 2016 - 4:12 PM by Daniel CURTIS

WAFC Club Coaching Coordinator Course

WAFC Level 2 Coaching Course

LEVEL TWO - COACHING ACCREDITATION

ECU Joondalup

19th & 20th November 2016

We are calling for coaches to express their interest in attending the 2016 Level 2 Coaching Course, if you are interested in attending please complete the online form below,

 

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORM (as above)

Before completing the form please ensure that you meet all of the criteria for enrolment as listed below.

To register for the Level 2 Course coaches must ensure they are demonstrating the appropriate coaching attitudes, behaviours and skills.

 

The competencies expected of a Level 2 coach clearly reflect the ability to plan, prepare, conduct, review and adapt training and match programs in the context of a yearly plan.

COURSE PREREQUISITES
•Must be coaching at Youth (Year 8-12) or Senior (18+) level in season 2014
•Coaches at the Auskick level (pp-year 3) or Junior Rules (Year 4-7) are not eligible
•Coaches to have completed Level 1 Youth or Senior Course
•Necessary to have been coaching for a minimum of 3 years

LEVEL 2 COURSE OUTLINE

The program includes practical sessions and formal presentations from experts in their fields. The level 2 course is a combination of practical and education sessions, and will take place throughout a full season.

 

 JUNIOR CLUB COACH COORDINATOR COURSE

ECU Joondalup

19th & 20th November 2016

We are calling for coaches to express their interest in attending the 2016 Club Coach Coordinator Course, if you are interested in attending please complete the online form below,

 

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORM (as above)


Course Description


This course will provide information and skills that will equip the candidate with the knowledge and confidence that will enable the Club Coaching Coordinator to make a significant difference to the coaching program, coaches and to the value that is placed on coaches in the club or school.

This course adopts an approach that will enable the participants to facilitate positive interactions when dealing with coaches and officials within the club or school environment. Coaches will learn about various strategies in influencing others when achieving shared goals in the coaching environment.

The course gives plenty of practice in developing interpersonal relationships and a positive coaching environment.

 

Course Objectives

This course focuses on how the Club Coaching Coordinator can act as a facilitator and mentor in the process of improving the coaching program, personnel and the club culture

The course objectives are to:
1.Provide an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the Club Coaching Coordinator;
2.Improve the Club Coaching Coordinator’s communicative competence;
3.Demonstrate the benefits of a coaching trademark and a sound coaching philosophy
4.Introduce Club Coaching Coordinators to coach assessment and assessor training;
5.Provide an understanding of mentoring in the self improvement of coaches;
6.Improve the Club Coaching Coordinator’s competence and confidence in developing a positive club culture;
7.Improve the process of the recruitment, selection and retention of coaches