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Unit 5- sports coaching

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Unit 5- sports coaching
Roles (P1)
Innovator- someone who introduces new methods.
Friend- a person who someone has a bond of mutual affection.
Manager- a leader of a team who chooses the starting line ups.
Educator- someone who teaches people about a certain subject to help them in that subject
Roles (M1)
Innovator- Steve Bruce is a good example of an innovator because when he joined hull he changed the formation to 3 at the back with two wing backs which helped us gain promotion.
Friend- Steve Bruce is also a good example of a friend because there have never been any complaints of him being selfish or any of the players falling out with him.
Manager- He his also a good manager because he got hull promoted and at the moment he has currently go hull 10th in the premier league
Educator- He is a good educator because he has had experience from the premier league so when he got hull promoted he would of been able to use this.
Innovator- Dave Brailsford is a good innovator because he got team GB to improve everything by 1% and then when they were racing it would make them better.
Friend- He is a good friend because no one in team GB dislikes him and they all get along with him.
Manager- He is a good manager because team GB won pretty much all of the races in the olympics. He tries to get 100% out of his cyclists so he can improve.
Educator- He is a good educator because he does a lot of research into cycling techniques and gives the cyclist regular feedback to tell them what to do to improve and what they are doing right.
Roles (M1)
Innovator- He is a good innovator because he uses advanced training and analysis techniques and he sits down with each individual player and gives them different targets.
Friend- He is a good friend because no one dislikes him. Cory Patterson was home sick and wanted to go back home so he ended his contract to let him go home.
Manager- Every week he turns up to games and gives the players their roles and tactics. He will also look at players in training to see if they have any weaknesses and he will try to improve them.
Educator- If he sees a player he will give them things to improve them and he will tell them what they're doing well.
Legal obligations- This is basically following the rules of your sport and not doing anything that would go against those laws.
professional conduct- This means that you have to follow the rules and regulations of a sport
Health and safety- This is making sure that no one is in danger of anything and is in safe hands.
Knowledge of coaching environment- This your knowledge of the game and how developed you get over the years due to experience.
Responsibilities (P1)
Responsibilities (M1)
Legal obligations- Steve Bruce is good with legal obligations because he has never broken the rules or done anything to upset the FA.
Health and safety- He would have to be good with health and safety so none of his players would get injure due to stupid reasons. For example he wouldn't let players do stupid tackles in training.
Knowledge of coaching environment- He has good knowledge of the game and is well experienced because not only has he been a manager for a long time he also was a football player so he has very good knowledge of the game.
Responsibilities (M1)
Legal obligations- He has to make sure that none of his cyclists take performance enhancing drugs so they do not break the rules.
Health and safety- He has to make sure that none of his cyclist are under risk of getting injured and he has to make sure they do not do too much or too little.
Knowledge of coaching environment- He would have good knowledge of cycling because he is the coach of team GB and sky. He also used to be a cyclist so he knows all of the rules.
Roles (M1)
Responsibilities (M1)
Legal obligations- He has to make sure if his players are going out on a night they do not get into fights so they do not break the rules and get banned. He could prevent this by making sure a member of staff goes with them to make sure they are not drinking too much.
Health and safety- He has to make sure that if one of his players is injured he brings them off so they do not injure themselves anymore.
Knowledge of coaching environment- He has good experience because he coached a team in Australia and he used to be a player so he has good knowledge of the game. So he will have different tehcniques from Australia.
Skills (P1)
Communication- The ability to get a message across using verbal or non-verbal hand signals.
Organisation- This is being able to plan and be ready for events that may be happening in the future.
Problem solving- This is being able to think on your feet or reflect after an event on how you can improve the next session.

Skills (M1)
Communication- Steve Bruce has good communication because in a game he has to use verbal/ non-verbal to get his players to do what he want or if they are not in there right position he will shout them and tell them to get in the right position
Organisation- He will have to be very organised because if he is not players might not know what they are doing in training and if they're in a game they might not know what to do or what their role is. So if George Boyd came on as a sub and he was playing up front and Steve Bruce wanted him at left wing he would have to tell them where he wants them.
Problem solving- He would have to be good at problem solving because if there is a player who isn't playing up to standard he might have to have a word with him and find out what is wrong and if he can help him. For example if Sone Aluko was playing bad because he was home sick he might have to sell him.

Communication- David Brailsford would have to be good at communication because he would have to tell his cyclists what he wants them to do to improve their cycling abilities. For example if Bradley Wiggins had a weakness hen would make sessions for him to improve it.
Organisation- He will have to be organised because if he isn't his cyclists might not know what they're and he might not know what he is doing. For example he will have to set sessions specific to his cyclists needs.
Problem solving- He will have to be good at problem solving because if there is something wrong with one of his cyclists he might have to find out hat it is and help them solve it.
Skills (M1)
Communication- Craig Sandercock will have to be good at communication because he will have to make sure that his players understand what their roles are in a game and what he wants them to do. For example if he wanted to give new instructions he will have to do it through hand signals or give them to a substitute.
Organisation- He will have to be well organised because if he isn't then his training sessions could go wrong and players could end up doing reckless tackles and end up seriously injuring someone. So he would have to make it safe.
Problem solving- He would have to be good at problem solving because if two of his players don't like each other he will have to see what the problem is and try to solve it. For example if a player didn't like another one he would either have to sell one of the players or get them to be alright with each other.
Skills (M1)
Roles (D1)
Innovator- All three of the coaches that i have chosen are similar at being an innovator because they have all had top flight experience and they have all been abroad so they they have different techniques. I think Steve Bruce is the best innovator because in his first season back in the premier league he avoided relegation and got into the FA cup final
Friend- They also are similar friends because they are all friends with the players because they have never been in fights/ arguments with their players. The best friend would be Craig Sandercock because he hasn't fallen out with any of his players.
Manager- They are all similar at managing as well because they are all manager/coaches for teams so they know what they're doing. I think the best manager would be Steve Bruce because in two seasons at Hull City he gained promotion to premier league then avoided relegation and got to the FA cup final
Educator- They are all similar educators as well because each of the sports they manage/coach they have all played before at a professional level so they have a good understanding of their sports. The best educator would Dave Brailsford because during the olympics team GB won most of the cycling events.

Innovator- Steve Bruce and Dave Brailsford are different innovators because they manage/coach different sports so they will use different techniques in training to help their players/cyclists get better.
Friend- Steve Bruce and Craig Sandercock Are different friends because Steve Bruce will probably shout at his players if they're no playing well whereas Craig sandercock might not because rugby players might not like being shouted at and could end up falling out with him.
Manager- Craig Sandercock and Dave Brailsford are different managers because they coach different sports so they will use different tactics and different techniques on how to improve their players abilities.
Educator- Steve Bruce and Craig Sandercock are different educators because Steve Bruce has been managing longer so he will have more training methods and more experience whereas Craig Sandercock hasn't been managing as long so he won't have as much experience but he will still have good experience because he used to play rugby.
Compare and contrast
Responsibilities (D1)
Compare and contrast
Legal obligations- Steve Bruce and Craig Sandercock have similar legal obligations because they both have to make sure their players behave and if their players go out on a night they have to make sure they do not drink too much.
Health and safety- Steve Bruce and Dave Brailsford are similar at health and safety because they both have to make sure that their players/ cyclist are not in any harm in training so they do no get injured.
Knowledge of coaching environment- Craig Sandercock and Dave Brailsford are similar knowledge of coaching environment because they both played their sport when they were younger and now they manage it so they have very good knowledge of their sports.

Legal obligations- Steve Bruce and Craig Sandercock would also have different legal obligations because Steve Bruce would have different rules under the FA and Craig Sandercock would have different rules in rugby.
Health and safety- Steve Bruce and Dave Brailsford would have different health and safety rules because Steve bruces players would be able to go out on a night after a big game as long as they didn't drink too much but Dave brailsfords cyclist wouldn't be able to go out on nights until the end of the season because it will destroy their stamina massively.
Knowledge of coaching environment- Craig Sandercock and Dave Brailsford would have different knowledge of their sport because the y do different sports so Craig Sandercock would have better knowledge of rugby and Dave Brailsford would have better knowledge of cycling.
Skills (D1)
Compare and contrast
Communication- Steve Bruce and Dave Brailsford would have similar communication skills because they would both have to tell the players/cyclists what they want to do in training and what they want them to do to improve their abilities. They would use verbal
Organisation- Steve Bruce and Craig Sandercock would both have similar organisation because they would both have to set up training and both have to tell the players what they want them to do in training.
Problem solving- Craig Sandercock and Dave Braislford would have similar problem solving because if there was a problem they would have to find out what it was and sort it out.

Communication- Steve Bruce and Dave Brailsford would have different communication because in a game Steve Bruce would be able to communicate with his players but when Dave Brailsford cyclists are cycling he would not be able to communicate with them.
Organisation- Steve Bruce and Craig Sandercock would have different orgainsation skills because in training Steve Bruce would have to set up his training sessions differently to Craig Sandercock because they manage different sports.
Problem solving- Craig Sandercock and Dave Brailsford would have different problem solving techniques because Craig Sandercock wouldn't want to get to angry with his players because they might want to leave but Dave Brailsford wouldn't really have many problems because there wouldn't be anything to argue amount because they all get a chance to play whereas some players in rugby might not get played.

Techniques (P3)
Fitness assessment- doing various fitness tests to find out what there strengths and weaknesses are to see if you can improve them
Goal setting- Setting smart targets for yourself which are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time bound.
Effective demonstration- being able to show something by modeling it yourself or through a video which shows the correct way of doing something
Techniques (M1)
Fitness assessment- Steve Bruce would use fitness testing to find how fit his players are and the standard that they are performing at.
Goal setting- Steve Bruce would use goal setting by setting goals on signing players and setting one at the start of the season on what he wanted to achieve.
Effective demonstration- Steve Bruce would use this in training to show his players how he wanted a certain training drill doing.
Techniques (M1)
Fitness assessment- Craig Sandercock would use fitness training to see how fit his players where and what they are performing best at and if they have any weaknesses he will try to improve them.
Goal setting- He will goal setting by setting a target for himself to achieve at the end of the season.
Effective demonstration- Craig Sandercock would use effective demonstrations in training to show his players what he wants them to do in training or maybe in a game.
Techniques (M1)
Fitness assessment- Dave Brailsford would use fitness assessment to see how fit his cyclists are and see what he needs to do for them to improve their fitness.
Goal setting- Dave Brailsford would use goal setting to set himself a target for him to achieve at a certain point in his career.
Effective demonstration- Dave Brailsford would use effective demonstration to show his cyclists how he wants them to do a training drill or a cycling technique
Techniques (D2)
Fitness assessment- All 3 of the fitness coaches i have talked about would have to be good at fitness because they will have to asses the fitness of their players so they can see how fit they are and see what they can do to improve their fitness. I think this is important because they will have to do something to improve their fitness and make them better
Goal setting- All 3 of coaches would also have to be good at goal setting because they need to set themselves goals that they want to achieve. This is important because it will help coaches to try and reach their goal and do anything to achieve it.
Effective demonstration- They will also have to be good at effective demonstration because they will need to show their players what they want them to do for a certain training drill and how they want them to play in a game. This is important because they want their players to do the right technique and not the wrong technique.

Evaluation
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