Flashcards in Assessment 1 Deck (53):
What is a non-instructional session?
Sessions the maximise client participation through providing minimal instruction.
What are needs?
Something that is necessary
What are examples of participant needs?
Competition or performance targets, assist with self improvement, lifestyle adjustment, social opportunities and fitness targets
What are the types of assessments?
Interviews, medical history, past performance, physical ability test.
Why would you refer someone to a GP?
If they had a simple injury that isn't too serious and would be an easy fix.
Why would you refer someone to a sports physician?
If they had a strain, sprain, overuse injury or chronic pain. Anything sports related.
Why would you refer someone to a chiro?
If they had a condition related to the skeletal system including spinal and joint alignment and manipulation
Why would you refer someone to a podiatrist?
If they had a foot, ankle or lower leg injury
Why would you refer someone to a physiotherapist?
If they had an injury that required movement, exercises and techniques to heal.
Why would you refer someone to a psychologist?
If they have trouble expressing their emotions and thoughts or have anger or other emotional issues.
Why would you refer someone to an exercise physiologist?
If they had a bad injury and needed exercise prescription and exercise programs to assist in rehab.
Why would you refer someone to a dietician?
If they needed menu planning and nutritional education to improve their health
Why would you refer someone to a massage therapist?
If they had soft tissue injuries then the massage therapist could use their hands and series of strokes and kneading techniques to relive pain
Why would you refer someone to an occupational therapist?
If they had an accident/injury and needed assistance in restoring physical function.
Why would you refer someone to an osteopath?
If they had a soft tissue or general muscular or skeletal injury related to muscles, ligaments and tendons.
What are the types of demands?
Physical, emotional, physiological, disability requirements, group demands and individual demands
What is group cohesion?
Teamwork, to be cohesive a group needs to work together in unity and all members need to feel included and part of the group.
What do you have to do when planning/preparing for a session?
The number of participants, the needs and expectations, their ages, skill level and ability, previous experience, the location, the date and time, the type of session (one off activity or continuous and the equipment available
Why do you need to check equipment?
In case there are and breaks or issues and the equipment can't be used or if the balls are flat or if there aren't enough for the planned activity
Why does every activity require close supervision by a professional?
So no one get injured, especially if it is an activity outside of school then a suitable professional needs the be there.p
Why do risks need to be assessed?
So that you can be thoroughly prepared for each activity and take all the precautions so that no one get hurt.
Why is warm up necessary?
To gradually increase body temp, increase blood and oxygen supply, increase flexibility and increase proprioception
What is conditioning
The main events of the session and should address the needs of the participants
Why is cool down so important?
It aids recovery, returns heart rat, breathing and blood pressure to normal and removal of waste products from muscle tissue.
What are external factors?
Factors that may disrupt or influence the running of a session that you cannot control but can prepare for. Such as Weather, time of day, environmental variables and participant variables.
What should you do if an external factors ruins the session planned?
Modify the session so that it suits wherever you can move to.
Why is important to provide positive feedback?
It will assist participants to improve their performance and potentially be more successful
What is the feedback sandwhich?
What was done well-something to improve-another positive thing.
What do you have to ensure about your feedback?
That it is meaningful, provide areas for improvement and ways to correct the problem rather than just evaluation their performance
What do you have to hold back on?
Feedback, it can be annoying and demotivating for some participants. Don't correct after every kick or throw let them correct themselves
What are some motivational strategies?
Creating short and long term goals, leading by example, having open communication + talking often, build rapport (connection), making it fun and varying the sessions
Why is it important to evaluate the session?
So that an instructor can judge if the session was successful and identify changes or improvements for future sessions
What should an instructor do at the conclusion of a session?
Seek and acknowledge feedback from participants and other staff
What are KPI's and why are they used?
Key Performance Indicators are used to measure performance, success and productivity in specific areas of an organisation.
What are the factors effecting work objectives?
Competing work demands
Resource and materials availability
What are some support and resolution strategies to manage stress?
EAP (employee assistance programs)
What is professional development?
Leading new skills or knowledge that can help an individual advance themselves through personal or career development
What are examples of professional development?
Internal or external training
Work experience/exchange opportunities
Workplace skills assessment
RCC (recognition of current competence)
Quality assurance assessments and recommendations
What are ethical standards?
Standards set by society and are seen as the right thing to do.
What are ethical standards are responsibilities?
Harassment (sexual or otherwise)
Abuse (sexual, physical, emotional)
Inclusive/non discriminatory practices
What are the benefits of physical activity for work performance?
Better energy levels
Better immune functioning
Improved mental health
Fitness, flexibility and cardiovascular health
Promotes social health
What are types of work goals/objectives?
Team and individual learning goals
What does SMART stand for?
What are signs of stress?
Absence from work
Alcohol or substance abuse
Poor work performance
What are budgetary targets?
The set amount of money to spend on each task or objective.
What are production targets?
Used in manufacturing. Set the number of a product that a company wants to produce within a certain amount of time.
What are Team and individual learning goals?
The ability of a team or individual to learn required skills or knowledge
What is team participation?
Creating interaction within the workplace to develop better working relationships and creates an honest and successful work environment.
What are reporting deadlines?
The ability to complete a task within an allocated timeframe or by a due date
What are sales targets?
Represent a target for a number or value of products to sell.
What sorts of KPI's are there?
Monitoring time to answer calls
Operating within reporting protocols
Scores tools such as a net promoter
What are the basic aspects of legislation?
Work health and safety, OHS
Equal opportunity and anti discrimination
Privacy and confidentiality
Working with children requirements