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Copy of Unit 13 Leadership in Sport

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Unit 13 Leadership in Sport
P1, M1, D1
P2 & M2
P3
P4
P5 & M3
P6
P7


Qualities: eg knowledge of sport skills, knowledge of rules and laws, understanding the mental needs of participants, understanding the physical needs of participants
Know the qualities, characteristics and roles of effective sports leaders

Characteristics: eg objectivity, patience, persistence, empathy, approachable, consistent, goal focused, committed, discreet, forgiving, attentive, empowering

Roles: eg organiser, motivator, guardian, teacher, instructor, psychologist, trainer, role model
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P1 describe four qualities, four characteristics and four roles common to effective sports leaders

M1 explain four qualities, four characteristics and four roles common to effective sports leaders

D1 analyse four qualities, four characteristics and four roles common to effective sports leaders
P2 Describe four psychological factors that are important in the leading of sports activities

M2 Explain four psychological factors that are important in the leading of sports activities
Cohesion eg group/team cohesion, size, stability, similarity, membership, Tuckman’s stages of group development (forming, storming, norming and performing), development of cohesion in a group/team, social loafing and the Ringelmann effect;

Personality eg theories, confidence, self concept, Profile of Mood States (POMS);

Motivation eg extrinsic, intrinsic;

Stress eg stress management, anxiety and arousal
Know the importance of psychological factors in leading sports activities
Hazard;

Who might be affected;

Likelihood of occurrence;

Severity;

Risk rating;

Measures to minimise;

Considerations eg risks relating to locations, activities, equipment, participants, leaders
Be able to plan a sports activity
Produce a risk assessment
Include all the following;
P3 produce a risk assessment for a selected sports activity
P4 produce a plan for leading a selected sports activity
P5 lead a selected sports activity, with tutor support

M3 independently lead a selected sports activity
P6 review the performance of participants, within activity, identifying strengths and areas for improvement

Formative and summative;

Feedback (from participants, supervisor, observers);

Strengths and areas for improvement; development eg plan, SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-bound) targets, opportunities, potential barriers
Review Participants’ performance;

Formative and summative;

Feedback (from participants, supervisor, observers);

Strengths and areas for improvement; development eg plan, SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-bound) targets, opportunities, potential barriers
Review Own performance;
P7 review own performance in the planning and leading of the sports activity, identifying
strengths and areas for improvement.

M4 review the performance of participants and self,
explaining strengths and areas for improvement.

D2 justify suggestions made relating to development
of participants.
M4 & D2
Plan: participants eg age, ability, gender, numbers, specific needs, medical consent;

resources eg equipment, time, environment, staff ratio,

expected outcomes;

other considerations eg legal requirements
Produce a plan in groups of no more than 4
Lead the Activity
DEFINE THE MEANING OF EACH ONE

SAY WHAT A LEADER HAS TO DO TO FULFIL EACH ONE
PROVIDE AN ACTUAL EXAMPLE OF SPORTS LEADERS
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