This course consists of three modules: Teaching and Learning, Design a Basic Sport Program and Basic Mental Skills.
Upon completing the Teaching and Learning module you will be able to:
Join us on Saturday, December 17 from 1-3pm in the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame Gallery for the book signing of The Hot Line by Geoff Kirbyson.
The Managing Conflict module will allow you to:
This session will provide coaches with a starting point on ways they can successfully begin to incorporate strength and conditioning with their athletes. The session will look at some of the specifics for developing speed and power in athletes and some of the differences for the development of e
Recognize certain signs showing that an athlete may need to improve his/her skills in areas such as goal setting, focus, and anxiety control. Develop an action plan that will enable the athlete to improve in these areas. Run simple guided activities that will enable the athlete to improve these
As coaches begin to take on more responsibility, they are expected to plan and execute tasks that go beyond the delivery of daily training and the management of the daily training environment. The 4-hour Manage a Sport Program module provides the coaches with the opportunity to plan and interact
A must-have for competitive coaches, this 4-hour dynamic and interactive introductory workshop will teach you how to prevent injuries and increase athlete performance through proven resistance training tools. Become a better coach by augmenting your plan with elements such as: