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Name and describe the sources of information for coaches.

NSO-national sporting agency, an association that distrutbes information to coaches, participants and officials. eg.AFL,Basketball Victoria
ASC-Australian Sports Commission, helps assist current coaches & new coaches to find the info they required. They also conduct their own coaching courses.

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What is an NSO?

national sporting agency, an association that distrutbes information to coaches, participants and officials. eg.AFL,Basketball Victoria

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What is the ASC?

ASC-Australian Sports Commission, helps assist current coaches & new coaches to find the info they required. They also conduct their own coaching courses.

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why is it important for a coach to be accredited?

It is important for a coach to be accredited

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What are the polices are procedures for coaches?
RERPFS

Risk Management
Equipment
Ratio of coach to participants
Provision of first aid
Facilities and location
Security

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polices are procedures -Risk Management

A plan of action to reduce risks associated with a particular sport.
-it should include a contingency plan
-can assist coaches in legal issues

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polices are procedures -Equipment

the type of equipment available and the standards to which they are used and the maintenance required.
-should be regularly checked.

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polices are procedures -Ratio of coach to participant

it is the coaches job to be aware of the level of supervision required to ensure duty of care.
-the more dangerous the sport the high the ratio.

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polices are procedures -Provision of first aid

All coaches should have a basic understanding of first aid and how to respond in an emergency situation.
-not all sporting associations require a first aid certificate ,

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polices are procedures -Facilities and location

It is important that you consider the facilities at your disposal as this will effect the type of session you run
-look at availability, hygiene, storage.
-easily accessible for participants

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polices are procedures -Security

As a coach you need to ensure that the environment and facilities are safe and secure.
-do a ground check
-maintain a visual on all participants (especially when working with children)

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Name the 8 coaching styles
FOMCCDDH

Friendly and approachable
Directive regarding non-negotianble issues
Motivational, supportive & encouraging
Critical friend
Disciplinarian
Casual
Organised and efficient
Humours when approaite

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coaching styles - Friendly and approachable

When a group doesn't need discipline to stay on task , allows you to gain insight about when you need to be friendly while remaining professinal.

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coaching styles -Directive regarding non-negotinable issues

being decisive in instruction, being clear and leaving no oppurnity for misinterpretation. Can be used in activities that require step by step instruction.

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coaching styles -Motivational, supportive & encouraging

When the group is not feeling driven. This could be after a series of losses, or when to do something new

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coaching styles -Critical friend

often referred to as mentoring. coaches and players work together to achieve the same thing. Valuable when the main aim is enjoyment.

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coaching styles -Disciplinarian

it is used when safety is a concern, when strict procedures are required. You should still remain respectful.

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coaching styles -Casual

When fun and social factors are the aim. A casual coach is relaxed.

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coaching styles -Organised and efficient

takes time to carefully plan all aspects of their coaching session. Each session is well thought out, doesn't waste time.

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coaching styles -Humorous, when approaitee

When the aim is enjoyment and fun. Allows individuals to feel comfortable. good to use when working with children.

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Name the 6 legal responsibilities a coach has to look after

WUUIIS

working with children check
unsafe equipment
unlawful behaviour
injuries and illness
improper use of information
suspected physical and sexual abuse

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legal responsibilities- Unsafe equipment

forsee any possible dangers. any faulty or or unsafe equipment should be placed away.

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legal responsibilities- Injuries or illness

-respond to emergency situations
-coaches should have access to telephone amp first aid info. INJURY REPORT FORM needs to be completed. f

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legal responsibilities- Unlawful behaviour

as a part of duty of care you may need to deal with discrimination, equal opportunity, racial vilification, bullying or sexual harassment.

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legal responsibilities- Suspected physical and sexual abuse

if you suspect abuse you need to to report to the victorian child protection service for further investigator.

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legal responsibilities- Improper use of information

you have a duty to protect personal info of participants and insure it is kept confidential.
Privacy Act 1988

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legal responsibilities- Working with Children Check

Any adult working with children under 18, it has to be up to date.

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Name the 7 Ethical Responsibilities a coach needs to be aware of.

PIMDICR

Physical and verbal abuse
Innaporoate relationships
Maintaining professional standards of behaviour
Drugs in sport (ergogenic aid)
Inclusive practices
Cheating
Reporting ethical breaches

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Ethical Responsibilities- Physical and verbal abuse

-identify and deal with innapporiate behaviour.
-harrasment is any behaviour that is not wanted, it is usually ongoing whereas abuse could be once.

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Ethical Responsibilities- Innaporiate relationships

-that participant comes first when making judgements
-any sexual relationships between coach n playe may be seen as unethical.