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Planning and Delivering Sports Coaching - Unit 5

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Learning Outcome 3 - Plan and Deliver a sports coaching session
Sport Coaching - Unit 5
1 - Aims and objectives
SMART Targets
Why is it important to set targets?
Roles and Responsibilities
In pairs, produce a list of things a sports coach needs to know about the participants prior to a sport coaching session?
In pairs, produce a list of resources that are needed for a sports coaching session?
Risk Assessments
What is a risk assessment and why are they important for coaches?
Observation Analysis
Lesson Objectives
Aim - To provide an overview of the essential coaching session components

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Performance Analysis
Effective Demonstrations
Goal Setting
Fitness Assessments
LO1 - Will be able to identify the vital components of a sports coaching session
LO2 - Will be able to explain what is required in each component
LO3 - Will be able to implement knowledge into the design of a session plan
In pairs, write down a typical coaching session aim and describe how you will achieve this aim!
All participants will be able to complete a 40 yard pass
Introduce participants to the pass through demonstration and point out the coaching points e.g. look up, clip ball. Observe participants and gradually increase the distance of the pass
Warm up/cool down coach
Health and safety
Athlete development
Individual targets
Assistant coaches
Facilities e.g. sports arena
Equipment e.g. basketballs
Facility and equipment hire
Coaching charges
Probability X Severity

1 Very unlikely 1 Injury unlikely
2 Unlikely 2 Minor injury- first aid
3 Possible 3 Injury requiring hospital treatment
4 Likely 4 Major injury
5 Extremely likely 5 Possible death or permanent disability

1 – 5 Low risk = No immediate action necessary but keep under review

6 – 10 Moderate risk = Action should be taken to rectify any faults

11 – 15 Medium risk = Action required within 3 months

16 – 20 High risk = Urgent action is required to reduce the risk to acceptable levels

21 – 25 Extremely high risk = Immediate action must be taken. Possible prohibition of use

Scoring the hazard
Classifying the risk
Emergency procedures
A coach needs aware of all the emergency procedures for the facility and he/she should also inform the participants of these procedures

Fire drill/Evacuation
First aid at the facility
Location of telephones or use of mobile phones to contact emergency services
Risk assessment implementation

Contingency plans
Consider everything that could go wrong
Check equipment
Available facility
Number of participants
Needs of participants
Alternative plans
Be prepared
Session plan activity
In pairs, look at the two session plans and highlight the positives and negatives of both!
Components of a session
In order for your session to be successful, you must include the following components;
Warm up
Main body
Cool down
Warm up
Your coaching session should start with a warm up that will physically and mentally prepare the participants for performance
Initially increase body heat and respiratory and metabolic rates
Sport/activity specific stretches and mobilization of joints
Mini game rehearsal of main body
Main body
This will include a variety of activities that will enable you to ensure aims are met
Includes technical drills and skill practices
Can be competitive/simulated match
Maintains a level of high intensity
Sequencing crucial in this stage - Changeable
Coaching techniques LO2 e.g. observation analysis
Cool down
Coaches need to ensure spend an appropriate amount of time cooling down
Gradually bring participants back to pre-exercise state
Prevents muscle stiffness
Prevents injury
Improves flexibility
Should be controlled and determined by the coach
Feedback to participants
Verbal feedback
Sport-analysis software
Objective data
Improved performance
Good or bad coaching?
Good or bad coaching practice?
Assignment 3
Complete your session plan with the components mentioned in this lesson included!

Proof read your work
Ensure all components are included
Ensure you provide detail for;
Warm up, main body and cool down activities
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