Coaches in the Competition - Introduction (Comp-Int) stream usually have previous coaching experience or are former athletes in the sport. They are work with athletes and teams taht are club based and competing in regional and provincial competition.
Athletes in the Competition – Introduction (Comp-Int)
context are moving from the FUNdamentals
to the Learning to Train
and Training to Train
stages of Long-Term Athlete Development.
Many sports have integrated the Competition Introduction multisport modules into their technical packages. To find out which Multi-sport Competition Modules you require please consult your Provincial Sport Organization.
The Competition – Introduction context consists of six modules, focused on training coaches who are working with athletes in the learning to train and training to train stages of long-term athlete development. There are no prerequisites to take Competition-Introduction, and you do not have to take the modules in any order.
The six modules can be offered stand alone, or grouped into a Part A or Part B workshop (each 2 day workshops, 8 hours each day including breaks). You do not have to take Part A before you take Part B
Part A Workshop: Includes Introduction, Making Ethical Decisions, Planning a Practice, and Nutrition.
Part B Workshop: Includes Teaching and Learning, Design a Basic Sport Program, and Mental Skills
Click below for more information about the modules
Making Ethical Decisions
Planning a Practice
Teaching and Learning Module
Design a Basic Sport Program Module
Basic Mental Skills Module
Dates and Registration
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