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Transfer from the old System All coaches who are active will be transferred on the database from their old qualification and eligibility to the new structure and subsequently informed of their new status. The global transfer date is January 1st The Level I syllabus covers all event groups and emphasises the practical skills of coaching.
At the same time, the Level I Course provides a theoretical base which is sufficient to allow coaches to continue learning, either through their own efforts or within the structure of the CECS. To make the most efficient use of resources and ensure the optimum application and activity, Level I Courses will be conducted at locations within the countries of Member Federations, using WA accredited Level I Lecturers and standardised course materials.
The course structure and timetable for Level I Courses are flexible provided certain specified requirements are met in order to adapt to local conditions.
The norm will be for a day residential course. A day residential course with blended learning E-Learning is in production. In addition to elements specific to the events group, the Level II syllabus contains core elements which are common to all events.
On completion of a Level II course, a coach will be expected to be able to identify and coach the basic competition model for each event within an event group. The coach will also be expected to be able to plan and implement a series of appropriate micro-cycles and their respective training sessions within the context of an annual training plan. The course structure and timetable for Level II Courses are flexible provided certain specified requirements are met in order to adapt to local conditions.
The norm will be for an eight-day residential course. A seven-day residential course with blended learning E-Learning is in production. Entry to Level II is open to coaches who pass the Level I assessment procedures, have completed a minimum of one further year of practical coaching experience and have been recommended by their national federation. As with Level II, the Level III syllabus includes event specific elements but more of the common core elements are now studied with a specific application to the event group context.
On completion of the Level III Course, coaches will be able to identify and coach high level and advanced competition models for their specific event or events. These plans should lead to the achievement of potential, elite performance and competitive results.
Entry to Level III is open to coaches who pass the Level II assessment procedures, have completed a minimum of one further year of practical coaching experience and have been recommended by their national federation.
ASA Level 1 Coaching