Coaching Process UKCC Certificate in Coaching Rugby League Level 2 Aims • To develop an awareness of how people learn • To develop an awareness of coaching as a process and the need to have knowledge of all the elements of the process. • To identify the how & what skills. 2 How do people learn? Reading Discussing Writing Hearing Articles Guided Discovery Workshops Courses Observing On Line • Visual • Audio • Kinaesthetic Doing Books CD’s / DVD’s Trial & Error 3 Learning Cycle Having an experience Planning the next steps Reviewing the experience Concluding from the experience 4 © David Kolb (1984) Group Task • How do you know what stage of development a player is at? Group 1 - Beginner Group 2 - Intermediate Group 3 - Advanced • What can you do as the coach to help their development? 5 Learning Environment Levels and stages of learning a new movement skill BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED Learning Environment Role of the coach Coaching Strategies Coach should provide demonstrations and Help the player explore and self-discover how offer simple explanations to introduce and to perform the task explain activities. Help the learner refine and apply the skills into game scenarios Help the learner personalise the movement task Coach provides more delayed positive, specific and corrective feedback, and greater emphasis is placed on using open questions to encourage C&YP to analyse their own performance and identify areas for improvement. Young People (YP) need to become less reliant on feedback from the coach, coach should maximise the opportunities for YP to take responsibility evaluating performance and setting new personally relevant targets and goals. 6 Coaching • Think of a coaching session you have delivered or observed. • Tell me what the coach does? 7 Coaching What? • Grip, carry, catch & pass • Protective falling • Tackling • Kicking • Ball Retrieval • Evasion • Support & Decision Making • Play the Ball • Dummy Half Pass • Scrummaging • Team Organisation How? • Instruction • Demonstration • Observation & Analysis • Feedback • Safety • Fun / Enjoyment 8 Session Structure What are the components of a session? • Introduction • Warm Up • Game / Skill Development • Cool Down • Review & Feedback 9 Practical Session • What Warm Up – Stuck in the Mud (grip & carry) Pick up a stationary ball, grip, carry, try scoring Pass & Catch including in Development 1 Protective falling, play the ball progressing to dummy half pass • How – Safety Introduction Demonstration Fun /enjoyment 10 Safety • What do you need to consider in regards to the venue, playing area? • What do you need to consider in regards to the players? • Look at page 17 in your portfolio and complete the Health & Safety Checklist • Everyone to take out technical cards 1,2,3 & 8 for 11 practical delivery.
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