Junior CPD Coaching Qualification

Mon, 28 Mar

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GEMS World Academy

Junior CPD Coaching Qualification

Our Junior CPD Coaching Qualification allows students to learn the basics of track & field athletics in a format that will allow them to apply their learning to a coaching environment. This UK CPD accredited course looks great on your CV and is recognised by universities.

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Time & Location

28 Mar, 8:00 AM – 08 Apr, 8:00 AM

GEMS World Academy , E44 - Al Barsha - Al Barsha South - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

About the Event

Our Junior CPD Coaching Qualification allows students to learn the basics of track & field athletics in a format that will allow them to apply their learning to a coaching environment. This UK CPD accredited course looks great on your CV and is recognised by universities.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES 

Coach & Athlete Frameworks

• Introduction to Coach & Athlete development models

• To understand the role of a junior coach within the larger framework

• To know the expectations of the role of a junior coach

Course Expectations

Outline current course content and address any expectations from

participants

Coaching Ethos & Philosophy

• Gain an understanding of why each participant wants to coach

• Appreciate why other people coach

• Introduce an initial philosophy or set of principles to coach by

Coach & Athlete Welfare

• Introduce awareness of welfare policies

• To know how to behave as a coach in a position of trust

Communication & Coaching Styles

• To know the 3 main coaching styles: Commend, Cooperative &

Submissive

• When to use what and how to address and become relatable to different

groups of athletes

Instruction & Demonstration

• To know how to effectively instruct and demonstrate using the KISS

principle

• To understand Visual, Audio & Kinaesthetic learning styles

• To be able to teach a skill in a controlled environment and then

implement it into an athlete’s performance.

Observation, Intervention & Corrections

• Introduce the concept of a coach’s eye

• Be able to identify technical mismatches

• To know why and when to intervene

• To know how to intervene – Instruction or Teachable moment

• To know what variables are able to be manipulated in an athlete’s

performance

Feedback

• To understand how feedback should be structured

• To know the difference between Direct and in-direct feedback

• To be able to implement effective feedback

• To be able to say what you see

Components of a Session

• To know the different components that make up a session; Brief,

warm-up, Skill Practice, Performance, Cool Down

• To understand how each of these components link up and compliment

one and other

• To understand and implement the RAMP protocol in relation to athlete

warm ups

• To be able to create appropriate warm ups for different groups of

athletes regardless of age, ability or event specific training

Health & Safety

• To be able to identify hazards within a training environment and adapt

training sessions as need be.

Setting Up for Sessions

• To understand how to set a session up and ensure options are

available for all abilities within the group.

• To have an appreciation of the area required for an exercise to run and

how this might impact other coaches

Grouping Athletes

• To introduce different methods of grouping athletes; Chronological age

Vs Bio-banding Vs Skill level/ability

• To know and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of the different

methods of grouping athletes

Movements Patterns

• To be able to identify the fundamental movement patterns

• To be able to correctly instruct and deliver coaching points to develop

fundamental movement patterns

• To be able to relate fundamental movement patterns to athletics event

specific skills

Movement Skills

• To be able to identify and understand the components that make up

movement

• An Introduction to plyometrics and appropriate implementation and

progressions

• To be able to teach movement drills whilst highlighting areas where

components an athlete may excel or need improvement

• To demonstrate knowledge of how the components of movement skills

complement each other in practice

Understanding Technical Models

• To be able to identify Movement Patterns and Movement skills within

event specific technical models

• To understand the fundamental technical models and teaching points of

key athletics events: Sprinting, Endurance Running, Horizontal

Jumping, High Jump, Javelin and Shot Putt

• To be able to demonstrate and coach technical movements related to

each event

• To be able to identify key technical mismatches for each of the

specified events

Anatomy Through Stretching & Mobility

• To be able to identify major muscle groups in the body

• To understand the difference between mobility & flexibility and where

each sit within a training session

• To be able to lead athletes through a series of stretching and mobility

exercises appropriate for a specified point within training session or for

a specific immobility.

Applying Knowledge to Practice

• The coach will demonstrate a knowledge of all the above points and be

able to implement them to a satisfactory level to pass the junior

coaching course.

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  • Junior Coaching Qualification

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    One week access to the Junior CPD Coaching Qualification

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