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UGA KINS 2010 - Careers in Coaching

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Careers in CoachingDefinitionCoach: to carryCoaching involvesComplex decision makingExtensive data collection and analysisManagementInteraction with a range of personnelLevels of CoachingYouth sportMiddle/high schoolCollegeElite AmateurProfessionalStages in Playing/Coaching CareerDiversified Early Playing Experiences: recreational teamsCompetitive Sport ParticipationFocus on one competitive team“Apprenticeship of Observation”PathwaysPlaying experienceFormal educationCoaching experienceFormal EducationMost elite coaches in North America have a post-secondary education2/3 have a graduate degreeAccredited coach education courses and programsKINS 2010 1st Edition Lecture 29 Outline of Last Lecture I. Professionals in Health and FitnessII. ACSM CPT Certificationa. Domains I-IVOutline of Current Lecture I. Definition of CoachII. Levels of CoachingIII. Stages in Playing/Coaching CareerIV. PathwaysV. Formal EducationCurrent LectureCareers in CoachingDefinition- Coach: to carry- Coaching involveso Complex decision makingo Extensive data collection and analysiso Managemento Interaction with a range of personnel Levels of Coaching- Youth sport- Middle/high school- College- Elite Amateur- Professional These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute. Stages in Playing/Coaching Career- Diversified Early Playing Experiences: recreational teams- Competitive Sport Participationo Focus on one competitive teamo “Apprenticeship of Observation” Pathways- Playing experience- Formal education- Coaching experience Formal Education- Most elite coaches in North America have a post-secondary education- 2/3 have a graduate degree- Accredited coach education courses and


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