UKCC Level 1 Coaching Course, November 2014
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The UKCC Level I Award in Coaching Volleyball (QCF) introduces learners to the basic ‘How
to’ skills of coaching volleyball. Learner coaches are provided opportunities to develop these
skills over a three day hands on delivery programme and are given an action plan for further
Learners must be aged over 16 at the time of registration.
The next course will be held at: The Ashcombe Volleyball Centre, The Ashcombe School,
Ashcombe Road, Dorking, Surrey. RH4 1LY
Saturday 1st November 2014 9:00 – 17:00
Saturday 8th November 2014 9:00 – 17:00
Saturday 22nd November 2014 9:00 – 17:00
Attendance on all three days is required.
Course Fee: £175.00
The UKCC Level 1 Award in Coaching Volleyball (QCF) is suitable for those who are new to coaching, but who have some knowledge of the game and would like to learn how to apply that in a coaching environment. The qualification allows coaches to act as assistant coaches – a role which gives them the opportunity to focus on their own development and gain experience whilst working with a coach who is already qualified at Level 2 or higher.
The standard UKCC Level 1 is a three day course consisting of 3 modules and a final assessment. We also offer some four day courses consisting of the same 3 modules and an additional 1 day Sitting or Beach Volleyball bolt on module, and a final assessment.
£150 – 210.00
What resource will I receive?
All candidates will receive a high quality resource file to support the qualification. This will include an induction pack and a coach handbook to support the core learning outcomes along with a candidate pack which contains all of the assessment tasks.
What will I learn?
At the conclusion of the course, this award will enable a coach to:
- Have knowledge and understanding of the core coaching skills
- Be able to plan and deliver sessions including warm up, cool down; fundamentals, postural control and ball handling
- Have knowledge and understanding of game flow situations including attacking, defending and transition
- Have knowledge of service and service reception
- Monitor and evaluate coaching sessions
- Demonstrate competence against UKCC/National standards for coaches