The success of Scotia bank/Pepsi School Football Academy will hinge on coaching and a programme for coaches at the Ministry of Education Sports Complex on Carifesta Avenue got underway yesterday afternoon with four sessions involving both theory and practical.
With the objective of the course being to prepare coaches for the Dutch C’ License Coaching course, Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation’s (TTFF) Rajesha Latchoo, who is conducting the programme, introduced the nine participants to the Dutch vision of coaching, methodology and terminology at a basic level to players.
The contents of the day one of the course included the teaching learning process, the 10 step model (principle of good coaching, role of coach, Dutch Vision), reading the game, organising a training session, practical warm-up phase, technical related learning phase and application phase.
Speaking Latchoo before the practical session, he stated that after the end of the day one session, the coaches/teaches will have a variety of competency.
The competency revealed are the coaches being able: to identify and develop personal and professional behaviours in themselves and players, to understand the main moments of football and relate it to team task and function, to identify the basic elements that make-up football, to recognize the main moments on the field and to understand the different phases of a training session and recognize coaching moments.
The coaching course continues tomorrow at the Ministry of Education Sports Complex from 10hrs.
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