Coaching professionalism 180

Module code JXP 180
Qualification UPOnline
Faculty Faculty of Education
Module content

Coaching professionalism aims to introduce students to the principles that underpin coaching practices. The module will cover the importance of developing coaching philosophies, roles undertaken by a coach and skills needed in order to coach effectively. The aim of this module is further to equip students with skills of coaching holistically, on the sports field, during practice sessions, competitions and beyond for life. Coaches are influential in creating positive and achievement-oriented sport environments and the development of a sound philosophy is the key to successful coaching.

Module credits 8.00
NQF Level 05
Prerequisites JLO 180, JLZ 180
Contact time Fully online
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Humanities Education
Period of presentation UPOnline Short Intake

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