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  • DEVELOPING COACHES

  • Scope of Presentation Available resources Structure for growth

    technical & coaching staff structure

    coach education and officiating education

    The need for trained coaches

    Coaching along the athlete development pathway

    Components of a coach developmentprogramme

  • Scope of Presentation

    Establishing a coach education/training programme

    Retention, upgrading/updating, recognition

  • Reason for Existence of NSAs Development of the

    sport Participation High performance Sporting environment

    (events, competitions, facilities, equipment, apparels, coaching, officiating, etc)

  • Potential Growth Areas

    Governance - Strong leadership and good management practices

    Technical development coaching and officiating development

    MARCOM marketing and communications

  • Technical Development

    Technical capabilities as software for sport development

    Coaching as essential input to the athlete development pathway

    Officiating provides platform where the sport is played

  • Coaching Development Plan

    Objectives more and better coaches quality coaching ( a broader issue)

  • Athlete Development Pathway

    From introduction to the sport to retirement from the sport

    Learn to play

    Free play

    Training to train

    Training to compete

    Compete Play

  • Coaching along the Pathway

    Coaching programmes to cater for the athlete development pathway

    Suitable coaching programmes Fun, less structured, low competitive emphasis, modified sports for kids, late specialisation sports vs early specialisation sports, progressively competitive, recreational programmes

    Coaching structure (staffing) to facilitate proper implementation of coaching programmes

  • Sport Development & Coaching Programmes

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    Self-directed programmes

    Community recreational programmes

    Affiliates programmes

    School programmes

    Club programmes

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    Late vs earlyspecialisation sports

    Gerontologyand sports

    Fun, less structured,low comp. emphasis,

    modified sports

    Learn to play

    Free play

    Training to train

    Training to compete

    Compete Play

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  • Coach Development Pathway

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    NCAP Level 1 NCAP Level 3 Beyond L3NCAP Level 2

    Key knowledgeSound basic skills

    Reasonably competent

    In-depth knowledge,Advance skills,Vast experience

    Integrated knowledge-training principles

    -sports scienceIntermediate skills

    Experience

    Play sportApplied research,

    Innovation,MentoringC

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    SpaceFun, less structured,

    low comp. emphasis,modified sports

    Late vs earlyspecialisation sports

    Gerontologyand sports

    Learn to play

    Free play

    Training to train

    Training to compete

    Compete Play

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    Path

    way

  • Coach Education

    Coach education curriculum should mirror the coaching programmes and the athlete development pathway

    Competencies of coaches should be developed to match the athletes skills level, age, gender, abilities-disabilities, recreational vs competitive route

  • Coach Education

    3 Main Components Coaching

    theory/principles Sport specific

    technical knowledge and skills

    Practical experience

    Exercise physiology Principles of training Strength & conditioning

    Sport psychology Biomechanics Nutrition Athletic injuries Skills acquisition

  • Continuing Coach Education (CCE)

    What is CCE? CCE consists of educational and coaching

    activities that serve to maintain, develop, or increase the knowledge, skills, professional performance and relationships that a coach uses to provide services for the public or the profession

  • Establishing a Coach Education/Training Programme

    Strategic Planning Vision, mission, key thrusts, desired outcomes,

    deliverables Levels of expertise required

    high performance, broad base, industry Number of coaches required at different

    levels short term and for the next 5 years

  • Establishing a Coach Education/Training Programme

    Available resources SSCs Coach Education team (Coaching

    Development Department), and funding support existing local coach education/training

    programmes programmes under the International Federation

    or Regional Federation programmes in the universities/polytechnics potential partners

  • Upgrading/Updating, Retention, Recognition of Coaches

    Continuing Coach Education (CCE) programme generic knowledge and skills sport specific knowledge and skills

    Contractual terms and incentives Recognition Programmes

  • Structured for Growth creating a living/organic system

    Employment of key technical personnel (technical director, coaches, coach educators) to provide for stability and continuity

    Involvement of technical personnel in decision-making - change agents

    Provide leadership by technical personnel on sport development plans, strategies and policies -implementers

  • Technical Development Structure

    Vice President,Technical (Coaching & Officiating) Development

    Technical Director

    OfficiatingCoachEducation

    Coaching OfficiatingEducation

    High PerformanceManager

  • NSA COACHING COMMITTEE / COACHING STRUCTURE MODEL

    TECHNICAL DIRECTOR( )

    PANEL OF COACHES

    NATIONAL NATIONAL YOUTH

    CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE /

    CLUBS

    NATIONAL SCHOOLS

    SPORTS NICHE SCHOOLS

    MEN( )( )

    WOMEN( )( )

    BOYS( )

    GIRLS( )

    CENTRE A( )

    CENTRE B( )

    CENTRE C( )

    BOYS A( )

    BOYS B( )

    GIRLS A( )

    GIRLS B( )

    NORTH ZONE( )

    EAST ZONE( )

    SOUTH ZONE( )

    WEST ZONE( )

    COACH EDUCATION DIRECTOR

    ( )

    PANEL OF COURSE CONDUCTORS

    ( )( )( )

    NSA NCAP LEVEL 1

    NSA NCAP LEVEL 2

    NSA NCAP LEVEL 3

    NSA NCAP EPL

    Continuing Coach Education programme

    NATIONAL HEAD COACH (MEN)

    ( )

    NATIONAL HEAD COACH (WOMEN)( )

    ELITE DEVELOPMENT COACH

    ( )

    Vice President, Coaching

    Coaching programmes for athletes

    Coach education programmesfor coaches

    To be adapted based on the requirements of the sport. Some sports might not warrant a Technical Director.

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  • Technical Director providing leadership

    Sport development Provides strategic directions to the development of sport Develops sport development plans and programmes

    Coaching development Devises and implements a suitable coaching structure Draws up guidelines for the selection of coaches Works with head coaches to formulate overall plan,

    strategies and programmes for the development of coaches Coach Education

    Provides directions to Director, Coach Education, to develop coach education courses

    Develops technical manuals and educational resources

  • Technical Director providing leadership (cont)

    Conducts technical courses Implements coaching attachments, other continuing

    education courses, mentoring programme Application of sports science Officiating Development and Education

    provides directions for programmes implementation to support the development of the sport

    Administration Manages the budget Submits reports Maintains a register of coaches/technical officials

  • End of Presentation

    Thank You

  • Coach Education & Training in Singapore

    National Coaching Accreditation ProgrammeContinuing Coach Education ProgrammeNational Registry of Coaches

  • Scope of Presentation

    Historical background of coach education in Singapore

    NCDP2 NCAP Continuing Coach

    Education

    Elements for growth Professionalism

    Coaching philosophy Coachs Code of Ethics

    National Register Of Coaches

  • COACH EDUCATION IN SINGAPORE

    SSC Coaching plan implemented in 1976: Basic Certificate in Coaching (65-95 hrs)

    Module 1 (Theory - SSC), Module 2 (Technical/Practical - NSAs)

    Advance Certificate in Coaching (80-120 hrs) Module 1 (Theory - SSC), Module 2 (Technical/Practical - NSAs)

  • COACH EDUCATION IN SINGAPORE

    Implemented in 1978: Instructors Certificate (24-30 hrs)

    Basic Theory, Technical and Practical conducted by NSAs

    1987 : Coaching Plan Review Adopted the coaching manuals produced by

    the Coaching Association of Canada as teaching materials

  • COACH EDUCATION IN SINGAPORE

    1996 : revamped the SSC Coaching Plan Also saw the need to establish policies and

    procedures

  • COACH EDUCATION IN SINGAPOREEight position statements:

    National Coaching Development Plan (NCDP)Integration of CertificationPartnershipsExcellence in CoachingCoaching EmploymentValues and EthicsOpportunities for AllParental Awareness of Coaching

  • VISION

    SSC, in partnership with the National Sports Associations (NSAs), to produce competent coaching personnel and leadership that will deliver quality coaching to raise the level of sporting development towards developing Singapore to be one of the top 10 sporting