BEGINNING YOUR COACHING JOURNEY - WHO WE ARE (Webinar)
Type: Online Webinar Workshop
Date: Wednesday 21st April 2021
Time: 19:00 - 20:00
Open to: All coaches - ideally suited to those who are starting out, or recently qualified as a coach
The workshop will be presented online via Microsoft Teams. You will receive a link to the meeting on the afternoon of Wednesday 21st April 2021.
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 developments, for both yourself as a coach and for your players.
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.
Once you have 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 that embeds your coaching values.
- An introduction to the different reflective straategies 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
Due to safeguarding requirements, if you are under the age of 18 and would like to join this webinar, we will require consent from your parent/guardian before you can join. Please send this through to Development@OxfordshireFA.com.
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
Oxfordshire FA are required to compile anonymous information on those individuals accessing its services and activities. Monitoring allows us to understand the makeup of those accessing our programmes and meet the needs of individuals if activities need adapting.
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
You are fully aware that photographs and footage may be taken by authorised OFA staff, and give your permission for this material to be used for promotional, marketing and internet purposes.
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Oxfordshire FA Course Booking Terms & Conditions