advertisement

UK Coaching Certificate

50 %
50 %
advertisement
Information about UK Coaching Certificate
Education

Published on February 7, 2008

Author: Paola

Source: authorstream.com

advertisement

United Kingdom Coaching Certificate:  United Kingdom Coaching Certificate The history of the UKCC:  The history of the UKCC Background:  Background UK Vision for Coaching (1999) A Sporting Future for All (2000) Government’s Plan for Sport: Published March 2001 ~ 60 organisations directly involved in development Key message ‘action on coaching a priority’ Coaching Task Force (CTF):  Coaching Task Force (CTF) Established June 2001 Chair: Andy Worthington Membership Sports Councils Governing Bodies LAs Equity partners Sports organisations scUK Conclusions:  Conclusions Not enough paid opportunities Too much reliance on volunteers No proper career structure Lack of nationally recognised and/or transferable qualifications Recommendations:  Recommendations National Coaching Certificate (NCC) NGB National Directors of Coach Education NGB Regional Talent Development Coaches Coachmatch 45 County Coach Development Officers Come into Coaching Review of sports coach UK Core strands identified:  Core strands identified UKCC (previously NCC) 45 Coach Development Officers 3000 Community Sports Coaches Research DCMS Spending Review (2002) £28 million allocated to coaching 3 year investment UKCC Sports:  UKCC Sports Defining the UKCC:  Defining the UKCC What is the UKCC?:  What is the UKCC? … an endorsement of sport specific coach education programmes against agreed criteria … Key features Principles Five levels of coaching UK-wide dimension Slide12:  Training provision Quality assurance of training provision UKCC principles:  UKCC principles Coach & participant centred Based on national standards Vertical & horizontal progression Quality assurance Flexible Centrally co-ordinated Stakeholder ownership Build on existing good practice The UKCC level descriptors:  The UKCC level descriptors Stages of consultation:  Stages of consultation Three stages Endorsement concept defining what the UKCC is Endorsement criteria agreeing what the criteria are Competence & Knowledge Framework (CKF) identifying what skills & knowledge are required at each level of coaching Endorsement criteria:  Endorsement criteria Two sections Training provision Quality assurance of training provision Four criteria Two criteria per section Each criterion have sub-criteria Section 1: Training provision:  Section 1: Training provision Criterion 1 … coaching qualifications that meet the needs of coaches within the sport at each appropriate level Criterion 2 … sufficient resources to effectively underpin the successful delivery and assessment of the coaching qualifications Section 2: QA of training provision:  Section 2: QA of training provision Criterion 3 … an organisation identified as having an awarding function with the specific role and responsibility of quality-assuring the outcomes of the qualification(s) at each level Criterion 4 … training providers approved by the awarding body to deliver the endorsed programme and particular qualifications within the programme Qualification development:  Qualification development UKCC Qualification Guidance Levels 1-3 Minimum requirements for coaching qualifications Minimum assessment requirements at each level Benchmark statements Levels 4 & 5 To develop learning programmes Where are we now & where are we going?:  Where are we now & where are we going? Current status:  Current status Confirmation of UKCC Qualification Guidance (Levels 1-3) December 2004 Confirmation of benchmark statements (Levels 4 & 5) December 2004 Confirmation of UKCC Endorsement Criteria December 2004 Ongoing developments:  Ongoing developments Endorsement criteria (SkillsActive) Endorsement process (SkillsActive) Resources & services to sports Research Sustainable funding of programmes Home Country issues Communications So, how will it work?:  So, how will it work? A five level framework for coaching Coach education programmes endorsed against agreed criteria Qualifications based on National Occupational Standards Competence-based qualifications Quality assured assessment and delivery are integral What does the UKCC mean for sport?:  What does the UKCC mean for sport? Development of high quality qualifications & infrastructure Fundamental review of current coach education programmes, practices and procedures Delivery plan development for future coach education Commitment from sports to deliver So, it’s all about …:  So, it’s all about … Quality coach education programmes & practices Supporting the development of coaching as a profession Requiring a commitment to change Contributes to the step change necessary to achieve the … UK Vision for Coaching The way forward:  The way forward Aspects of UKCC endorsed coach education programmes implemented during 2006 Entire coach education programmes endorsed in 20 sports by end of 2006 All delivery of coach education in 2007 to be UKCC endorsed programmes (across 20 sports) Implications of the UKCC:  Implications of the UKCC Implication 1:  Implication 1 Vertical & horizontal CPD local programme delivery/facilitation? Implication 2:  Implication 2 Establishment of systems to provide “Coach Development Process” to targeted coaches within each local structure Implication 2 (cont):  Implication 2 (cont) Who is involved? How many coaches are to be targeted? What links between local, regional & national NGB programmes? Support to new entrants to coaching (SSP/CSP) Roles of club officers/other coaches? Who selects the coaches? Implication 3:  Implication 3 Support to clubs to address any gaps in coaching provision UKCC level descriptors vs coaching needs of future Local club, school & player pathway needs How many will carry on? How many will not do necessary retraining? Recruitment of new coaches Who does what? The UKCC levels:  The UKCC levels Implication 4:  Implication 4 National marketing campaign launch in January 2005 National governing body focus Regional/CSP focus Managing the step-change & expectations Implication 5:  Implication 5 Transfer from existing NGB qualifications to new UKCC endorsed qualifications Existing mapped against new What are the gaps? How are the gaps filled? Who will organise & deliver these gap fillers? Who undertakes the mapping with coaches?

Add a comment

Related presentations

Related pages

The UK Coaching Certificate (UKCC - sports coach UK

sports coach UK supports UK partners to recruit, develop and retain sports coaches to achieve their participation and performance goals.
Read more

Sports Coach UK

sports coach UK supports UK partners to recruit, develop and retain sports coaches to achieve their participation and performance goals.
Read more

UK Coaching Certificate - The Official Website of British ...

UK Coaching Certificate . Are you looking to improve your Coaching? Are you a Coach but have no specific qualifications? Then the UK Coaching Certificate ...
Read more

UK Coaching Training Courses by The Coaches Training Institute

We provide coaching training courses from CTI coaches so you can become a leadership, executive and life coach. Contact us today to kickstart your new career!
Read more

UK Coaching Certificate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The UK Coaching Certificate (UKCC) is a recognised qualification endorsement scheme provided by Sports Coach UK. Its aims are to enable governing bodies of ...
Read more

Course - Undergraduate Certificate in Coaching ...

The Certificate in Coaching is offered as a part-time programme of study and provides students with the vital communication and inter-personal skills ...
Read more

Henley Professional Certificate in Coaching

Which date would you like to book? Henley Professional Certificate in Coaching is running on the following dates. Please select which date would work best ...
Read more

Coaching Certificate - Training Program

Coaching Certificate Program is for learning and performance professionals who want to develop successful coaching competencies and skills. The ...
Read more

Sports Coaching UK Coaching Certificates - Equestrian ...

EQL awards UK Coaching Certificate qualifications on behalf of The British Equestrian Federation (BEF). The British Equestrian Federation offer these ...
Read more

Coaching and Leadership at ICE - University of Cambridge ...

Studying coaching and leadership at ICE provides students with the vital communication and interpersonal skills necessary for establishing and maintaining ...
Read more