|1.||Recognise the multi-dimensional issues that shape coaching thinking and behaviour including; sport science, communication, professional development, diversity, excellence, professionalisation of coaching, and ethics;|
|2.||Recognise, understand and apply sport coaching theories;|
|3.||Have developed and consolidated their concept of what sport coaching is, including the development of a personal coaching philosophy;|
|4.||Be able to identify and compare decisive figures and influences that have shaped the history of sport coaching in both Australia and internationally;|
|5.||Be familiar with the governing structure and mandatory requirements of sport coaching in Australia and internationally;|
|6.||Possess a fundamental understanding of sport science and sport coaching research skills; and|
|Project||Development of short, medium and longer versions of Coaching Philosophy||30%|
|Report||Practice Integrated Learning - A written report comparing the science vs art of coaching||20%|
|Report||Genealogy of coaching – A written report tracing the historical & philosophical roots of a well known coach||20%|
|Test||Online quizzes x 3 (10% each)||30%|
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