Calling all Coaches (again!)

Dear Colleague,

 

We still have a few free remaining places on our Sportivate coaches workshop, ‘How to Develop Engaging Sessions: A Guide for Developing Adults Through Sport’ workshop on Tuesday 28th August, we would like to open this up to any NGB staff or coaches that deliver NGB adult participation projects/programmes. All they need to do is click on the below link to register

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SportivateCoachCPD

 

Please see below for more information on what the workshop will entail

Event: How to Develop Engaging Sessions: A Guide for Developing Adults Through Sport (Sportivate)
Date: Tuesday 28th August 2012
Venue: Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead, NE10 0EF
Time: 18.00 – 21.00
Cost: Free

Who It’s For:
For anyone who works with participants who:

  • have never played sport
  • are returning to a sport that they have played before
  • are taking up sport for health and well-being reasons
  • have barriers to overcome to be regular participants; for example, costs, confidence or misconceptions about current sport offer.

 

Coaches Will Learn To:

  • develop an understanding of the three segments of Developing, Sustaining and Rejoining participation and explain their main characteristics
  • explain the relevance of the ‘C’ system of coaching to their own delivery of sessions
  • demonstrate how to include the ‘C’ system of coaching in their delivery using practical examples and relevant adapted planning material for both longer-term and session planning

 

The workshop is a certificated course from sports coach UK and all coaches will receive a certificate in ‘How to Develop Engaging Sessions: A Guide for Developing Adults Through Sport’

 

Please click here to complete the online registration form OR cut and paste the below link into your internet browser.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SportivateCoachCPD
For further information please contact Paul Thompson on 0191 4972325 or paul.thompson@tynewearsport.org

 

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