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Developing a Coaching Philosophy
Type: Theory Workshop
FALCC Accreditation Level/s: 2&3
FALCC Accredited Hours: 2
Anyone can attend this FALCC event, but only Level 2 and 3 coaches will gain CPD Hours for their FALCC Membership. These FALCC hours will count towards the 2016-2017 season only (1st August 2016-31st July 2017).
Time: 19:00 – 21:00
Open to: Everyone
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Have you ever thought about why you coach the way you do, or why you have certain beliefs around your coaching and football?
This two hour theory workshop will provide you some thought provoking activities and exercises to look at answering these questions you may ask yourself as a coach. Led by our County Coach Developer, Mark Haining, coaches will be able to look at behaviours they display, and their own values and beliefs which may influence how they coach and how they view football as a sport.
If you have never thought about what your coaching philosophy is, this workshop will enable you to look it is, what makes a coaching philosophy and how to begin to construct your own.
The session will provide:
- An opportunity to look at your behaviours and reasoning behind why you, as a coach, do the things in the way that you do
- An opportunity to think about your club and the history, traditions and values of it and how you can implement this into your sessions.
- Discussions around values and beliefs and the impact they will have on your coaching philosophy
- Information on developing your own philosophy
- A chance to meet like minded people, share ideas and reflect
What you will Need:
- Note taking materials (Recommended)
Candidates Aged 18 or Under
In keeping with our commitment to keeping the game safe and in line with FA Safeguarding Policies if you are aged 18 or under you are required to supply the name and contact details of an adult next of kin or carer who will be included in any correspondence we may have with you.
Equality & Diversity Monitoring
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When booking, learners are encouraged to respond to these questions about themselves, however, participation is entirely optional and you are not obliged to self declare your characteristics. The information we receive is only used for monitoring and statistical purposes and will remain anonymous.
The Equality and Diversity Monitoring form can be downloaded here
Terms and Conditions
All course booking are subject to Oxfordshire FA's Course Booking Terms and Conditions:
You are fit to participate and acknowledge that you do so at your own risk
Oxfordshire Football Association Ltd, its staff, or any authority which provides facilities, is under no liability in respect of any injury, which you may sustain
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Oxfordshire FA Course Booking Terms & Conditions
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