Who Is the Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course for?
The Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course has been designed for volunteer, casual, part-time, and full-time employees. It does not matter if your role involves working at the local basketball club or managing a College program, the Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course has the information and knowledge to help you do your role better now and into the future.
What is the Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course about?
The Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course covers a wide range of different topics that will help a Sports Administrator, Manager, or Coach to more efficiently, effectively and competently perform their duties day in and day out.
Some of the topic areas covered include:
- How to define the needs of a sports program
- Understanding How to identifying all the participants of a sports program
- Identifying the information sources vital to a program’s success
- What policies and procedures need to be discussed and how to develop these
- How to develop a program plan
- Who are your programs support personnel and how to identify how they can help
- And many, many more modules specific to program planning and management!
What to do better everyday? Working Smarter, Not Harder? Then registered for Functional Basketball Coaching’s Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course and get the edge…
What is the schedule for the Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course?
The Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course has been designed by sports professionals to be truly accessible for everyone. Understanding that often the rigid structure of a tertiary studies make it impossible for some individuals to undertake study. The Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course has been designed as a Short Course that can be undertaken by students at their pace in their own free time.
The Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course has been broken into Thirteen Modules that come together to help student compile a portfolio of resources relevant to their everyday work in the sports industry.
Students are encouraged to attempt one module each week and this should equate to an average time commitment of between three and five hours of work. Students however can choose to undertake the course at their own pace and complete the course faster or slower depending on their individual requirements.
What resources do you receive as part of the Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course?
The Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course comes with a number of resources for a Sports Administrator, Manager or Coach to sink their teeth into. Each module contains:
- Course notes
- Case Study
- Learning Activity
Each of these resources has been specifically designed to help with the daily needs of an individual responsible with the planning and managing of a sports program.
Learning Activities and Statement of Attainment
Each module within the Planning and Managing a Sports Program Course comes with its own Learning Activity to be completed to help define a student’s knowledge, understanding, and skills as a sport professional. Once all of the Learning Activities have been completed, these are submitted to Functional Basketball Coaching for review and feedback.
Each students work will be returned with feedback from one of Functional Basketball Coaching’s sports industry experts. Once all work has been deemed competent, a Statement of Attainment will be issued from Functional Basketball Coaching stating the individual has completed the course.
So if you are ready to take the next step in your progress to becoming a high achieving program Coach or Manager then Sign-up Now!
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