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  • 1. COACHDEVELOPMENTMODELDeveloping Hockey across Great BritainThis Coach Development Model is an interactive tool designedfor individuals, schools, hockey clubs & local authorities. It detailsthe experience, training & qualification standards expected &clarifies how these standards change depending on the coachslevel & the environment in which they coach. The Model hasbeen developed in partnership with the England Hockey Board,Scottish Hockey & Welsh Hockey Union to be used as a checklistfor employment or a supporting tool for aspiring coaches to use intheir personal coaching pathway progression.Coach Development Model is of England Hockey Board, Scottish Hockey & Welsh Hockey Union.

2. User Instructions: Click on the flag graphic at any time to return to this instruction pageCoaching Assistant:Adult Participation Once you arrive in a section, you may click on the tabs Essential Skills & Experience Required A basic understanding of LTPD principlesalong the foot of the page to explore that section, Ability to assist in the delivery of coaching sessions that will enable adult hockeyplayers to improve their performance & support goal setting process Ability / Willingness to work under supervisionor click on the home button to return to the main table Clear & appropriate communication skills Ability to organise small groups safely Click website links throughout to visit ROLE &ESSENTIALDESIRABLE ESSENTIALDESIRABLESUPPORTING COACHING HOME DESCRIPTOR SKILLS & SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS STRUCTURES ENVIRONMENTSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE & TRAINING & TRAINING Words which are underlined may be clicked upon for more info. Any recognised first aid qualification across any sector.Pop-up boxes will describe something brief &If you are unsure, please contact your relevant Home Nation.can be closed afterwards by clicking on the cross.Items with a longer explanation will be shown on a new page, butyou may return to where you left off by pressing the return button Click on buttons like these to access the Home Nation specific info By clicking on parts of the main table which follows this,you can navigate to the information relevant to you Please click here to begin englandhockey.co.uk scottish-hockey.org.ukwelsh-hockey.co.uk 3. Please click on a section of the matrix below to explore further ENVIRONMENTCHILDRENYOUTHADULTPERFORMANCEHIGHINCLUDING TALENT 5-11 YRS12-18 YRSPARTICIPATION DEVELOPMENTPERFORMANCECoaching Assistant Coaching Assistant Coaching AssistantCoaching Assistant Coaching Assistant COACHINGat junior club, school at junior clubin any adult at player pathway /at International level ASSISTANT or participation or schoolclub session talent ID sessionsor National League sessionsCoach CoachCoach Coach at junior club, school Coach COACH of junior club team, at player pathway / in National or or participationof club team school team talent ID sessions Premier League club sessionsROLE Head CoachHead Coach Head Coach SENIOR Head Coach of National U21at junior club orat junior club orHead Coach COACH at National squad or school withschool withat a large club Age GroupNational or50+ children 50+ childrenPremier League club Director of Coaching Director of CoachingHead Coach MASTER Head Coach for juniorfor juniorDirector of Coaching GB Youth orCOACHGB or National programmes inprogrammes infor a large club National Age GroupSenior squads club or school club or school squads CHILDREN PARTICIPATING INSCHOOL / CLUB ACTIVITY OVER 18S INVOLVED IN CLUB, ATHLETES PARTICIPATING IN ATHLETES COMPETINGJUNIOR CLUB OR SCHOOL THAT IS NOT PERFORMANCESESSIONAL HOCKEY FOR PERFORMANCE PLAYER/AT ELITE LEVELHOCKEY ACTIVITYCLUB/PLAYER PATHWAY LINKED PARTICIPATION PURPOSES CLUB ENVIRONMENTSVIEW LICENSING & REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTSenglandhockey.co.uk scottish-hockey.org.ukwelsh-hockey.co.uk 4. Coaching Assistant:Children 5-11 YearsRole & Descriptor Assist higher qualified coaches, delivering aspects of coaching sessions under supervision Acquire & demonstrate basic coaching competencies (generic - the how) Deliver fundamentals of hockey & introduction to core hockey skills Adhere to Home Nations Policies, Procedures & Code of Ethics ROLE &ESSENTIALDESIRABLE ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SUPPORTING COACHING HOME DESCRIPTOR SKILLS & SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS STRUCTURES ENVIRONMENTSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE& TRAINING & TRAINING 5. Coaching Assistant:Children 5-11 YearsEssential Skills & Experience RequiredBasic Knowledge / Understanding of:Long Term Player Development (LTPD) LTPD principlesis a generic, conceptual framework for athlete development in sport that can be used as a basison which to re-align, or make more consistent,existing systems & structures. For a comprehensiveAbility / Willingness to: document on LTPD research please click here Assist in the delivery of coaching sessions that will enablechildren to achieve their potential & personal goals Work under supervision, in a team environment Organise small groups safely Communicate clearly & appropriately Influence, enthuse & motivate children ROLE &ESSENTIALDESIRABLEESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SUPPORTING COACHING HOME DESCRIPTOR SKILLS & SKILLS &QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS STRUCTURES ENVIRONMENTSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE & TRAINING & TRAINING 6. Coaching Assistant:Children 5-11 YearsDesirable Skills & Experience Collecting, maintaining & managing information Recognise & respond to childrens needs / work with players individual requirements Hockey playing experience Basic understanding of the rules of the relevant Home Country Small GamesMini game formats differ across the Home Nations. For more information & relevant resources please contact your Governing Body ROLE &ESSENTIALDESIRABLE ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SUPPORTINGCOACHING HOME DESCRIPTOR SKILLS & SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS STRUCTURESENVIRONMENTSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE& TRAINING & TRAINING 7. Coaching Assistant:Children 5-11 YearsEssential Qualifications & Training Required UKCC Level 1 Certificate in Coaching Hockey orif U18, Foundation Coaching or Introductory Award Enhanced CRB / Disclosure checked(Disclosure Checks = Scotland) Ascertains the suitability to anindividual to work with children or vulnerable adults. These canbe arranged through your Home Nation Governing Body. ROLE &ESSENTIALDESIRABLE ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SUPPORTING COACHINGHOME DESCRIPTOR SKILLS & SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS STRUCTURES ENVIRONMENTSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE& TRAINING & TRAINING 8. Coaching Assistant:Children 5-11 YearsDesirable Qualifications & Training Safeguarding & Protecting Children workshop First Aid qualificationAny recognised first aid qualification across any sector.If you are unsure, please contact your relevant Home Nation. Core Skills / Foundation Skills workshop Introduction to Fundamentals of Movement workshop Zone Hockey if working within appropriate area ROLE &ESSENTIALDESIRABLEESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SUPPORTINGCOACHING HOME DESCRIPTOR SKILLS & SKILLS &QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS STRUCTURESENVIRONMENTSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE & TRAINING & TRAINING 9. Coaching Assistant:Children 5-11 YearsSupporting Structures Support & planning from level 2 coach Online resources Parents, teachers, welfare staff, administrators Local & Regional agencies (such as local authorities, CSPs ) Coaching AgenciesThese are organisations whose products orservices can support you on your coaching Home Nation Playing Syllabusjourney. Each Home Nation will have additionalagencies, some GB wide agencies are:Sports Coach UK: www.sportscoachuk.org DVDs (of player & coach)Sportplan: www.sportplan.net Home Nation Staff ROLE &ESSENTIALDESIRABLE ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SUPPORTING COACHINGHOME DESCRIPTOR SKILLS & SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS STRUCTURES ENVIRONMENTSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE& TRAINING & TRAINING 10. Coaching Assistant:CLICK A LINK TO VIEW PATHWAYChildren 5-11 YearsCoaching Environments Clubs Holiday Hockey Camps Fun Days Primary Schools Sessions leading up to Festivals & Tournaments Club / School Link Sessions ROLE &ESSENTIALDESIRABLE ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SUPPORTING COACHINGHOME DESCRIPTOR SKILLS & SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS STRUCTURES ENVIRONMENTSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE& TRAINING & TRAINING 11. Coach:Children 5-11 YearsRole & Descriptor Plan, deliver & review coaching sessions Demonstrate sound coaching competence (generic - the how) Deliver fundamentals of hockey & introduction to core hockey skills & tactics Demonstrate sound technical & tactical competence (the what) Support & supervise Coaching Assistants where applicable Adhere to Home Nations Policies, Procedures & Code of Ethics ROLE &ESSENTIALDESIRABLE ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE SUPPORTING COACHING HOME DESCRIPTOR SKILLS & SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS QUALIFICATIONS STRUCTURES ENVIRONMENTSEXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE& TRAINING & TRAINING 12. Coach:Children 5-11 YearsEssential Skills & Experience RequiredExperience of: Playing Hockey Working with children - minimum of 20 hours within the last yearKnowledge / Understanding of:Long Term Player Development (LTPD)is a generic, conceptual framework for athlete LTPD principles development in sport that can be used as a basis on which to re-align, or make more consistent, Supporting & supervising other coaches existing systems & structures. For a comprehensive document on LTPD research please click hereAbility to: Recognise & respond to childrens needs / work with players individual requirements Work & operate in a team environment Collect, maintain & manage information Observe, analyse & improve player performance Exhibit sound communication & interpersonal sk