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Level 2 Intermediate Club Coach - Canberra

 

 

This is a two day Accredited Athletics Coach course designed to develop fundamental skills and drills, and understanding of the basic technical models for the events required for participation in athletics at club and school competition.

The event groups covered include: • Sprints & relaysHurdlesMiddle & Long Distance up to 5000m – excluding steeple chase • Jumps – excluding pole vault • Throws – excluding hammer • Race-walking.

In addition the Level 2 Intermediate Club Coach Course covers the Skills of Coaching, Planning and Training Principles and Components of Fitness. Once you have completed the Level 2 Intermediate Club Coach course and have coached for 50 hours as a level 2 Intermediate Club Coach, coaches may choose to progress to Level 2 advanced event group coach to specialise and further their knowledge in a specific event group. 

 

Course Curriculum

  • Developing the Skills of Coaching

  • Analysis and Evaluation

  • Warm Ups and Recovery

  • Conditioning and Circuit Training

  • 100m and 200m

  • 400m

  • Block Starts

  • 800m and 1500m

  • Sprint Hurdles

  • Intermediate Hurdles

  • Relays

  • Training Principles and Components of Fitness

  • Biomotor Abilities

  • Coaching Long Distance

  • Shot Put, Javelin and Discus

  • Long Jump and Triple Jump

  • High Jump

  • Race Walking

 

Expected Competencies 

2-ICC-1: Monitor and adapt the training environment to ensure inclusive, enjoyable, challenging, and safe activity for athletes who have established the fundamental skills in running, jumping, and throwing.

2-ICC-2: Evaluate and identify appropriate activities in accordance with the physical, emotional, and social maturation of the athletes in their program. 

2-ICC-3: Vary training activities to maintain a stimulating and engaging training environment. 

2-ICC-4: Provide suitable feedback on performance to groups and individuals during a training session. 

2-ICC-5: Communicate effectively in group and individual situations.

2-ICC-6: Use appropriate methods, drills and activities to instruct appropriate technical models to athletes in all of the following event groups: Sprints, Block Starts, Relays, Sprint Hurdles, Middle Distance, Long Distance, Long Jump, Triple Jump, High Jump, Discus, Shot Put, Javelin, and Race Walking.

2-ICC-7: Plan and evaluate a training session and make appropriate adjustments for subsequent sessions. 

2-ICC-8: Plan and implement a variety of activities that will develop the components of fitness into training sessions. 

 

VENUE:
Saturday
- University of Canberra Building 24 (Seminar Room 2)
Sunday - Woden Athletics Track

Date: October 5 and 6

COST: $330

PRE REQUISITES: Level 1 Community Athletics Coach, Level 1 Run Leader, or Level 2 Intermediate Recreational Running Coach. 

Event Details

Event Date:

Saturday 5 October 2019 to Sunday 6 October 2019
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