When we think about coaching, we tend to focus on athlete development. However, learning is not restricted to players. In order to continue to support player’s performance, coaches must develop their knowledge and skills, including:
Professional knowledge. Know the sport and how to teach it.
Interpersonal knowledge. Ability to connect and communicate effectively with others.
Intrapersonal knowledge. Know yourself and how to improve own performance.
The opportunities for coaches to learn are many and varied and may or may not be relevant and indeed useful. e.t.c coaching consultants helps sports training providers, their staff and independent coaches determine what they need to learn and how to navigate the various opportunities that exist through its' industry leading professional development planning program.
e.t.c offers access to virtual and in-person classrooms and practical learning opportunities. Our systematic and proven approach broadens the scope of coach learning well beyond the traditional X’s and the O’s. Coaches gain access to essential coaching insights and skills required to nurture coach and athlete/client relationships, support positive participation experiences and drive performance improvement.
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