Good coaches, activators, leaders and instructors inspire people to get active and stay active. Good coaches also guide those on a journey of improvement, including those with talent, to progress faster and further than they could on their own. Additionally, the act of coaching brings individual and personal wellbeing to the coach and the participant as well as making valuable, social and economic contributions to society.
In short, good coaching has benefits for the people who participate and benefits for the people who coach. Good coaching is good for everyone!
At the moment, coaching predominantly supports the people who already have a regular sporting habit. These people are important, and improving their experience is a key aspiration. But for the first time, we also want to unleash the power of coaching for all of those people taking their first steps to becoming more physically active so that they too can benefit from the support that good coaches provide.
The Coaching Plan for England - Coaching in an Active Nation - Click here
The following 5 strategic approaches, associated tactics and success factors drive the implementation of the Coaching Plan for England:
- MAKING IT EASIER TO START COACHING
- FOSTER AN IMPROVEMENT CULTURE
- TRANSFER LEARNING INTO PRACTICE
- MEASURING THE CHANGE AND COMMUNICATE THE IMPACT
ENHANCE THE DELIVERY INFRASTRUCTURE
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This will also enable coaches to have increased opportunities for employment and lead towards more sustainable coaching roles.
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