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All Coach Level Three Units (Bundled)

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All the British Aikido Board Online Learning Coaching Level 3 Units.

This bundle is designed to allow students who have completed Coach Level 2 and wish to move on to Coach Level 3 (and has not prevously taken any of the units seperately)
Please remember you need to wait one year from passing coach level 2 before to can take the Coach Level 3 Assessment.

Release December 2023

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What Will You Learn?

  • All the units required for coach level 3
  • Fit for Putpose
  • Why students train.
  • The principles of training and identifying the relative importance of different components of fitness.
  • How the body works.
  • Diet in performance.
  • Importance of Warm Up and Cool Down.
  • The training session.
  • Lesson planning.
  • Individual profiles.
  • What is Equity and Equality.
  • Barriers to Participation.
  • Language, Terminology & the LGBTQ+ Community.
  • Inequitable Behaviour.
  • The Legal Side.
  • Plan for Change.
  • How to mentor a Aikido Coach,
  • What is Mentoring
  • What does a mentor do
  • Barriers to mentoring
  • Skills a mentor needs
  • Range of mentoring experiences
  • Mentoring prompts
  • The CLEAR mentoring process
  • Mentoring sessions
  • Personal Development Plan
  • The REVIEW Process
  • The SOAP Process
  • Main Points when Mentoring
  • Distinguish between the term’s skill, practice and technique.
  • Explain the difference between learning and performance.
  • Identify the factors that influence how skills are learnt, maintained and remembered.
  • Use learning theories and models to enhance skill development.
  • Design coaching sessions to enhance skill acquisition.
  • Devise coaching strategies to help performers become more skilful.
  • Investigate strategies to analyse performance.
  • Investigate the tools of analysis.
  • How to run a large Aikido Course at Association or National Level.
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