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- Event Date
- Haven Banks Outdoor Education Centre
Every child deserves to enjoy their sport. This workshop will raise your awareness of the telltale signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise in your coaching career. Updated to include content on Anti-radicalisation and Adults at Risk.
• Vulnerable Children and Adults
Some children might be at greater risk of abuse than others (eg disabled children, children in care or talented young people in sport), while some adults are vulnerable and may be at a greater risk of abuse. We have worked with the CPSU to develop some new scenarios that take into account additional vulnerabilities these groups may encounter and how we can ensure their voice is always heard in sport.
We have worked with the Police Prevent team to help develop new guidance and scenarios that will help coaches understand the warning signs that a young person may be being radicalised. We have also included information on how anyone with concerns can contact the NSPCC anti-radicalisation hotline.
You Will Be Able To:
- Identify and recognise good coaching practice and the implications for your coaching
- Explore your values and feelings in relation to child abuse, and recognise their potential impact on your response
- Recognise and respond to possible signs of child abuse
- Take appropriate action if concerns about a child arise
- Event Date
- 07/09/2019 - 28/09/2019
With a level 1 qualification you will be able to assist in coaching sessions and support with other delivery such as lead a No Strings
session, our popular pay and play programme for all. Once completed the Level 1 course will give you the confidence and skills to start
your coaching journey. On the course you will cover topics such as:
• The role and responsibilities of a coaching assistant
• The principles of hitting technique and providing an accurate demonstration
• The mechanical principles of movement and providing an accurate demonstration
• Fundamental singles and doubles tactics and how to communicate these to players
• The principles of warm up and cool down and be able to plan and deliver them appropriately relating to a coaching scenario
• Delivering fun and engagement games and session ideas
- Event Date
- The Edgemoor Hotel
Active Devon will facilitate an afternoon of networking, discussion and action planning. Learn more about the next big LTC Campaign, including the insight from Sport England. Hear about the practical opportunities for people with LTCs to get active locally; and how we can partner and collaborate to achieve more impact for people in Devon.
Sport England and the Richmond Group of Charities are launching a new nationwide campaign on 2nd September 2019, the campaign will run through to the 16th October and be targeted at people with LTCs.
- People who are doing a little physical activity (<30mins) AND those who are doing almost none at all.
- Male and female, 30 years old – 64 years old (and beyond if possible)
- Broad range of health conditions and different levels of severity.
The aim of the campaign is to create a unified physical activity campaign which challenges misconceptions and finds a strong emotional platform to engage and motivate sustainable behaviour change across health conditions.
- Decrease inactivity and have a positive impact upon outcomes
- Embed physical activity messaging and support into business as usual for those with audience reach
- Use the campaign to build momentum for greater long-term impact
- Event Date
- Culm Valley Sports Centre
Do you want to increase attendance at your activity sessions?
Would you like to make a significant impact on the life of a person with Parkinson’s?
People with Parkinson’s need to exercise more, and with more intensity.
Research shows exercise may slow down the progression of Parkinson’s.
You will receive a certificate from the Parkinson’s Excellence Network.
Be on a register of activity providers trained in the needs of people with Parkinson’s.
These are advertised at local Parkinson’s support groups and provided to patients at clinics.
- Event Date
- 05/10/2019 - 07/12/2019
The Level 2 Certificate in Coaching Badminton enables you to coach independently. By the end of the course candidates will be able
Understand the role and responsibilities of the coach
Apply the correct biomechanical principles of hitting technique and provide an accurate demonstration of defined badminton
Apply the correct biomechanical principles of movement to a wide range of movements performed in badminton
Understand and apply key singles and doubles tactics, develop sets of progressive tactical practices to develop disciplinespecific hitting and movement skills and effectively communicate with players tactically
Recognise and interpret the significance of hydration and nutrition in badminton performance
Apply knowledge of anatomy, physiology and kinesiology to badminton
Recognise the mental processes required to cope with stresses in badminton
Understand substance misuse in sport and badminton
Plan, Deliver & Review a series of badminton coaching sessions