|1.||Conceptually map coaching practice within athlete-centred coaching philosophy;|
|2.||Critically reflect on the high performance athlete/coach relationship;|
|3.||Analyse complex systems theories that apply to planning in high performance coaching; and,|
|4.||Propose a long-term training plan that incorporates medium and short-term training and competition progressions for athletes and teams.|
|Case Study||High Performance Case Study - critically respond to a case study of a current issue in coaching a high performance athlete or team.||30%|
|Journal||Personal reflections - about the application of coaching theory to student’s own sport setting in response to unit themes, issues and discussions.||40%|
|Presentation||Create a long-term coaching plan - design a strategically aligned long, medium and short-term training plan for your athlete/team.||30%|
Coaching better every season: A year-round system for athlete development and program success.
Gilbert, W. (2016).
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