British Judo Online Learning & Information Portal

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Coach with confidence: Learn how to plan, deliver and evaluate coaching sessions effectively The ‘How to Coach: Plan, Do, Review’ eLearning module helps you understand the principles behind well organised coaching sessions. Learning about the principles of planning, delivering and evaluating coaching sessions will help you become a more effective coach and always enable your participants to progress and meet their goals. Within the eLearning, you’ll be able to: download a session planning template download an action planning template, which can help you reflect on your coaching practice and set goals for the future print out all the notes you make on the course, to support you in your future coaching. Plus, you will be able to print out a certificate confirming you have completed the course. Who is it for? The course is aimed at both Level 1 and Level 2 coaches who need to understand the principles of the coaching process (plan, do, review). It is also a good introductory course if you are thinking of becoming a coach as you’ll get a good idea of what’s involved in coaching. Read More

Pick up vital skills and confidence to encourage better behaviour Is lateness an issue with the participants you coach? Or perhaps you have someone who’s constantly distracting others, and their behaviour is becoming a challenge. There will always be times when the behaviour of participants makes demands on your coaching skills, and this can have a negative impact on your coaching session. The ‘Inspiring Positive Behaviour in Sport’ eLearning module helps you develop your skills in managing disruptive behaviour. It will also challenge you to think about what you deem acceptable behaviour from your participants. Within the eLearning, you’ll be able to print out all the notes you make in the module, to support you in your future coaching. Plus, you will be able to print out a certificate confirming you have completed the course. Who is it for? This course is the perfect continuing personal development (CPD) opportunity for UKCC Level 1 and 2 coaches, activators, leaders and College Sport Makers. Read More

Refresh and update your understanding of safeguarding at your convenience Developed in partnership with the NSPCC’s Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), the ‘Renewal: Safeguarding and Protecting Children in Sport’ eLearning course is a convenient way for you to refresh, consolidate and update your understanding of safeguarding at a time to suit you. An alternative to attending a face-to-face workshop, you can complete this fantastic course from the comfort of your own home – on a tablet or PC – so you can dip in and out to suit your lifestyle, while still keeping track of your progress. What’s more, the course includes two modules that cover two new topics: Positive Sports Parent - Ever witnessed a parent of one of your players heckle or make comments that are not helpful? Includes guidance for parents and coaches. By the end of this module, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to empower parents to contribute to enjoyable sporting experiences for all children and young people. Safe Communication with Digital Kids - Imagine you discover one of your team has left threatening messages on a young person's social networking page after a poor performance. Would you know what to do? This module will increase your confidence when it comes to communicating with children about sports sessions. You’ll learn how to take steps to keep children safe and protect yourself online, with information on: the risks and benefits of using social media how to use social media responsibly online grooming and entrapment online bullying online racism. Who is it for? The eLearning is suitable for you if you’re a coach, student, sports official, sport leader, parent or volunteer, aged 18 or over and have already attended the ‘Safeguarding and Protecting Children’ (SPC1) workshop. As it is a refresher course, it is not appropriate if you have not had previous safeguarding training or are under 18. Most governing bodies of sport recommend coaches refresh their safeguarding training at regular intervals (eg every three years)*. * Check with your governing body of sport for further information, and to ascertain whether or not it recognises completing the eLearning as an appropriate way to renew your safeguarding training. Read More

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