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Unit 14 - Carrying out a sports-related project

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Transcript of Unit 14 - Carrying out a sports-related project

Ethical considerations
ensuring the welfare and safety of participants
informed consent
health screening questionnaire
participant confidentiality
ways of reducing errors and risks
There are a lot of ways that you can reduce the chance of errors in your project. These include:

contingency planning for the weather.
making sure that resources are available.
changing your project so that it is in line with available resources.
make sure that you are familiar with equipment and methodology.
Potential errors and risks
There are lots of potential risks and errors to your project. These include:
Bad weather conditions.
Lack of resources.
Lack of familiarity with equipment.
Lack of familiarity with the research techniques.
Lack of familiarity with the methodology and resources available.
Unit 14 - Carrying out a sports-related project
Impact of other project constraints
When you plan your sports-related project, you should think about all of the different factors that can affect its validity, reliability and practicality.
Validity
This refers to the accuracy of your results
i.e. do the results truly reflect what you have been trying to measure?
Reliability
This refers to whether, if you carried out the sports-related project again, you would get the same or similar results
Practicality
You need to make sure that your project is practical. This means that the project should be something that you will be able to complete, given the resources that you have available.
Ensuring the welfare and safety of participants
When you are conducting your sports-related project, the welfare and safety of your participant is always the most important thing to think of.
There are lots of ways to do this, including making sure that you:
know all of your testing procedures.
know how all of the equipment works.
have done all of the health and safety checks.
have informed all of the participants what will be expected of them and that they have asked any questions about what they are doing
Informed consent
You might need this if you are asking people to take part in a training programme, you need to ask participants to read and sign a document that includes:
a description of the investigation
the procedures to be followed
an outline of any possible risks or benefits for the participants
an offer to answer any questions they may have
an instruction that they can withdraw at any time
a section that says you will maintain confidentiality at all times
a bit where they sign to say that they are happy to take part
and a section where they say there is no other reason why they should not take part
Health screening questionnaire
As part of your project you might need to ask the participants to complete a health screening questionnaire.
Store this with your informed consent form and do it before you start the project.
Participant confidentiality
All data relating to your participants should remain confidential, you should keep paper-based or other physical data locked away somewhere safe. Electronic data should be stored on a password protected computer.

Individual participants can see their own data but not anyone elses
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