Class Multi-scope Professional Football Coach

  • Presentation


    In this curricular the students will learn the multi-professional scope of the football coach and the ethical and communicational assumptions for an adequate intervention in training and competition.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    1. The role of the 2nd grade coach as a pedagogical leader in the training of practitioners and
    in the process of sports development;
    1.1 The responsibilities of the 2nd grade coach;
    1.2 Profile and general skills of the 2nd grade coach.
    2. The pedagogical intervention of the 2nd grade coach in training and competition.
    3. Sports and professional ethics;
    3.1 The importance of coach education as a factor of sports development;
    3.2 Being a coach: knowing how to be.
    4. Parents in the sporting practice of children and young people;
    4.1 The role of parents;
    4.2 Basic strategies to deal with parents.
    5. Sports coaching.
    6. The mission and functions of Team Manager and Sports Director.

  • Objectives


    This curricular unit aims to:
    1- Know technical and pedagogical abilities and responsibilities of the 2nd grade coach.
    2- Identify sport training as a pedagogical and teaching process inseparable from educational
    3- Know how to identify the essential ethical behaviors and the appropriate profile of the 2nd
    grade coach.
    4- Recognize the important role of parents in the sporting practice of children and young people
    and to know strategies to deal with different types of parents with a positive attitude.
    5- Identify the main communication and methodological assumptions for an adequate
    intervention in training and competition.

    6- Identify and distinguish the functions of sports agents, with direct and indirect intervention in
    Soccer training and competition.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    In this Curricular Unit the transmission of content will be accomplished through power point exposure,
    visualization of practical examples, reading of articles, group dynamics, role playing and debates.

    Inivation in assessement:

    The evaluation consists of a conference organization, including poster, registration, schedule, forms of dissemination, photographic
    coverage, etc. and participation as a speaker, with a theme inserted in the curricular unit.

  • References


    Allen, J., Bell, A., Lynn, J., Taylor, J., & Lavalle, D. (2012). Identifying Excellent Coaching
    Practice along the Sporting Pathway. School of Sport, University of Stirling.
    Cassidy, T.; et al. Understading sports coaching: the social, cultural and pedagogical
    foundations of coaching practice. New York: Routledge, 2009.
    Côté, J & Gilbert, W. (2009). An Integrative Definition of Coaching Effectiveness and Expertise,
    International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 4(3), 307-323.
    Gilbert, W., Nater, S., Siwik, M., & Gallimore, R. (2010). The Pyramid of Teaching Success in
    Sport: Lessons from Applied Science and Effective Coaches. Journal of Sport Psychology in
    Action, 1, 86-94.
    IPDJ (2008). Programa Nacional de Formação de Treinadores
    Meinberg, E.; (2002). Training: a special form of teaching, Revista Portuguesa de Ciências do
    Desporto, 2 (4), 115 ¿ 123.


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