The Coaching Process
Examine the day to day activities of coaches, consider the interpersonal nature of coaching, and examine the personal and contextual influences on the coaching process.
A minimum of a second class Honours degree (2.1 preferred) or equivalent in a relevant subject. You must also have five years' appropriate work experience in coaching, and evidence of successful completion of sport-specific coaching qualifications is expected.
The objectives of the module are to:
- investigate and critically appraise existing models of the coaching process.
- use established methods to analyse personal practice and compare with coaching models.
- reflect on and critically evaluate coaching behaviours and interpersonal nature of coaching using appropriate research and theory.
- construct working models of coaching process.
Delivery and assessment
The module is delivered entirely online through pre-recorded presentations, learning materials, asynchronous discussion and tutorials.
Assessment will be a practical analysis task and evidence-guided professional reflective essay.
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