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All Coach Level 2 Units (Bundled)

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All the British Aikido Board Online Learning Coaching Level 2 Units.

This bundle is designed to allow students who have completed Coach Level 1 and wish to move on to Coach Level 2 (and has not prevously taken any of the units seperately)
Please remember you need to wait one year from passing Coach Level 1 before to can take the Coach Level 1 Assessment.

This bundles does NOT contain the scUK Child Safeguaring Protection Coaching Face to Face or UKCoaching Online Class Room.
Face to Face courses can be found locally run by your Council or Onlineclass cost £38:00

Link to the UK Coaching Safeguarding and Protecting Children Unit

UK Coaching Online Class Room

In Scotland we accept Child Wellbeing and Protection in Sport run by sportscotland

Release December 2023

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What Will You Learn?

  • Communication and Coaching Styles
  • Identify and explain the individual coaching styles
  • Explain the benefits of various coaching styles
  • Assess communication skills
  • Understand effective communication with performers
  • Deliver a coaching programme effectively
  • Evaluate coaching effectiveness
  • Managing Risks
  • Whatever activity we do in life comes with some risk, some more risky than others.
  • It is our responsibility as aikido coaches to provide a safe environment for the activity taking place,
  • providing a duty of care, in this case provide a safe dojo and training.
  • By the end of this course you should be able to:
  • Describe the potential safety hazards found in your coaching environmen
  • Understand the responsibilities of ‘Duty of Care’.
  • Conduct a safety check on facilities and equipment.
  • Offer guidance in the promotions of safe practice and prevention of injury.
  • Structure a coaching session which will reduce risk of injury.
  • Structure warm up and cool down to reduce risk of injury.
  • Explain appropriate emergency procedures including accident recording.
  • Monitor the health and safety of participants.
  • Inclusive Coaching 2023 (Previously Coaching Disabled People)
  • Coaching people with physical or medical impairments can be very different to coaching a standard class.
  • By the end of this course you should be able to have an understanding of the following.
  • Safety and Health Conditions.
  • Why people who are disabled or have health issues become involved in sport.
  • What makes a inclusive coach, and in particular, a good coach of the disabled or people with health issues.
  • The Inclusion Spectrum.
  • How you need to deliver a class differently to coach inclusively .
  • Coaching children and young people can be very different to coaching adults.
  • By the end of this course you should be able to have an understanding of the following.
  • Describe how children change physically during growth.
  • Understand the differences between psychological, social, physical and legal age.
  • Explain how children respond to exercise.
  • Explain how children acquire skills, including learning styles and coaching styles.
  • Understand children’s motives for participation in aikido.
  • Adapt aikido sessions to meet children’s individual needs.
  • Understand duty of care and child welfare issues, including behaviour management.
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