FA Level 1-2 Bridging Workshops
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Learn more about how looking back can help you move forwards as a coach.
Spending time reflecting on your coaching is one of the most valuable ways of improving your longer-term development plans, for both yourself as a coach and for your players.
It’s also one of the key topics on The FA Level 2 in Coaching Football, which includes a session dedicated to the why, where, when and how-questions that make up a coaching philosophy.
This workshop introduces the different reflective strategies you can start to use to create safe, fun and enjoyable football experiences for your players.
It also shows how you can use the plan-do-review and long-term player-development models to reflect on the impact your coaching behaviours can have on your players’ development. And then, once you’ve looked at how you can reflect on yourself as a coach, our tutors will take you through building a picture of a philosophy for your club, which embeds your coaching values.
What are the learning outcomes?
• An introduction to the different reflective strategies you can use to create safe, fun and enjoyable football experiences for your players
• How to use the plan-do-review and long-term player development models to reflect on the impact your coaching behaviours can have on your players’ development
• How to build a picture of a philosophy for your club that reflects your coaching values
|Date||Start Time||Finish Time|
|Mon 9 March 2020 ||6:30pm||9:30pm|
Venue: Noak Hill Sports Complex, Noak Hill Road, Romford, Essex RM4 1QJ