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We offer a variety of different workshops for coaches and parents to suit your educational, or continued personal development needs. If you are interested in any of the workshops below, please register you interest [METHOD OF DOING SO]. If you would prefer a bespoke 5C workshop, or CPD programme creating for your club, please [METHOD OF CONTACTING] and we will be happy to oblige.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_tabs interval=”0″][vc_tab title=”5Cs” tab_id=”1439999165736-6″][vc_column_text]The following workshops aim to provide participants with a rationale to the 5C coaching process, examine the role of the coach, or parent, provide a background to each of the Cs, and help participants examine and develop specific C related strategies to develop the 5Cs, relevant to their players/child.

  • Introduction to the 5Cs for coaches: 1 hour interactive workshop
  • Introduction to the 5Cs for parents: 1 hour interactive workshop
  • Introduction to the 5Cs on the pitch: 2 hour interactive workshop inclusive of practical delivery that is aimed specifically at coaches.
  • The 5Cs: Full day workshop, aimed at coaches, that seeks to personalise the 5C coaching process to your club. Each participant will be given the opportunity to practice on the pitch delivery and receive feedback upon their integration of the psychological skills in training, as well as being taken through the 5C reflection and evaluate process. Participants will be supported with their own learning dairy to help record their personal thoughts, feelings and examples of best practice, which they pick up on the day.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Commitment” tab_id=”1439999175231-2-4″][vc_column_text]The following workshops focus on developing an understanding about commitment, its behaviours and providing practical strategies to foster commitment on and off the pitch. Specifically the workshops focus on how to build the internal drive of the youth players to work hard, approach difficult challenges and persist in the face of difficulty, all aimed at personal development. All workshops can be tailored to suit delivery within the Foundation Phase (8-11 years) or Youth Development Phase (12-16 years).

  • The Committed Player: 1 hour interactive workshop focused on educating coaches about the fundamentals of commitment.
  • Developing the Committed Player: 3 hour interactive workshop focused of educating coaches about what makes a committed player, developing their own commitment behaviour profiles, examining commitment coaching strategies and creating their own commitment coaching practices. Coaches will be supported through the workshop through their personal learning journal to help record their personal thoughts, feelings and examples of best commitment practice.
  • The Committed Child: 1 hour workshop focused on educating parents about the fundamentals of commitment.
  • Understanding the Committed Child: 3 hour interactive workshop focused on educating parents about what makes a committed player, a parent’s role in helping fuel their child’s commitment, the behaviours they would expect to see from a committed child and practical examples on how to foster commitment in their child. Parents will receive a supporting learning diary to support them throughout the workshop and help reflect on how they promote and value commitment in their child.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Communication” tab_id=”1439999175856-3-0″][vc_column_text]The following workshops focus on developing an understanding about communication, its behaviours and providing practical strategies to foster communication on and off the pitch. Specifically the workshops focus on how coaches and parents can help their players provide information, support and encourage their teammates both verbally and non-verbally, as well as raising awareness about how they can better receive this information. All workshops can be tailored to suit delivery within the Foundation Phase (8-11 years) or Youth Development Phase (12-16 years).

  • The ‘HELPA’ Player: 1 hour interactive workshop focused on educating coaches about the fundamentals of communication.
  • Developing the ‘HELPA’ Player: 3 hour interactive workshop focused of educating coaches about what makes an effective communicator, developing their own communication behaviour profiles, examining communication coaching strategies and creating their own communication coaching practices. Coaches will be supported through the workshop through their personal learning journal to help record their personal thoughts, feelings and examples of best communication practice.
  • The Supportive Child: 1 hour workshop focused on educating parents about the fundamentals of communication.
  • Understanding the Supportive Child: 3 hour interactive workshop focused on educating parents about what makes an effective communicator, a parent’s role in helping encourage their child’s communication, the behaviours they would expect to see from an effective communicator and practical examples on how to best develop communication skills. Parents will receive a supporting learning diary to support them throughout the workshop and help reflect on how they promote and value communication in their child.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Concentration” tab_id=”1439999176127-4-2″][vc_column_text]The following workshops focus on developing an understanding about concentration, its behaviours and providing practical strategies to develop concentration on and off the pitch. Specifically the workshops focus on identifying where a player should be placing their focus on at any given moment during the game, help their them maintain their focus for longer, and to manage distractions that can hinder performance. All workshops can be tailored to suit delivery within the Foundation Phase (8-11 years) or Youth Development Phase (12-16 years).

  • The Focused Player: 1 hour interactive workshop focused on educating coaches about the fundamentals of concentration.
  • Developing the Focused Player: 3 hour interactive workshop focused of educating coaches about what makes a focused player, developing their own concentration behaviour profiles, examining concentration coaching strategies and creating their own concentration coaching practices. Coaches will be supported through the workshop through their personal learning journal to help record their personal thoughts, feelings and examples of best concentration practice.
  • The Focused Child: 1 hour workshop focused on educating parents about the fundamentals of concentration.
  • Understanding the Focused Child: 3 hour interactive workshop focused on educating parents about what makes a focused player, a parent’s role in helping develop their child’s concentration, the behaviours they would expect to see from a focused child and practical examples on how to foster concentration in their child. Parents will receive a supporting learning diary to support them throughout the workshop and help reflect on how they promote and value concentration in their child.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Control” tab_id=”1439999176304-5-10″][vc_column_text]The following workshops focus on developing an understanding about control, its behaviours and providing practical strategies to foster emotional control on and off the pitch. Specifically the workshops focus on helping coaches and parents identify strategies that help the youth player remain positive, bounce back from mistakes and energise themselves for optimum performance. All workshops can be tailored to suit delivery within the Foundation Phase (8-11 years) or Youth Development Phase (12-16 years).

  • The Controlled Player: 1 hour interactive workshop focused on educating coaches about the fundamentals of control.
  • Developing the Controlled Player: 3 hour interactive workshop focused of educating coaches about what makes a controlled player, developing their own control behaviour profiles, examining control coaching strategies and creating their own control coaching practices. Coaches will be supported through the workshop through their personal learning journal to help record their personal thoughts, feelings and examples of best control practice.
  • The Controlled Child: 1 hour workshop focused on educating parents about the fundamentals of control.
  • Understanding the Controlled Child: 3 hour interactive workshop focused on educating parents about what makes a controlled player, a parent’s role in helping fuel their child’s control, the behaviours they would expect to see from a controlled child and practical examples on how to foster control in their child. Parents will receive a supporting learning diary to support them throughout the workshop and help reflect on how they promote and value control in their child.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title=”Confidence” tab_id=”1439999178944-6-6″][vc_column_text]The following workshops focus on developing an understanding about confidence, its behaviours and providing practical strategies to develop stable confidence on and off the pitch. Specially the workshops focus on identify strategies that help develop a positive attitude, build on personal accomplishments and encouraging praise and reinforce of others to create an environment that nurtures and values confidence. All workshops can be tailored to suit delivery within the Foundation Phase (8-11 years) or Youth Development Phase (12-16 years).

  • The Confident Player: 1 hour interactive workshop focused on educating coaches about the fundamentals of confidence.
  • Developing the Confident Player: 3 hour interactive workshop focused of educating coaches about what makes a confident player, developing their own confidence behaviour profiles, examining confidence coaching strategies and creating their own confidence coaching practices. Coaches will be supported through the workshop through their personal learning journal to help record their personal thoughts, feelings and examples of best confidence practice.
  • The Confident Child: 1 hour workshop focused on educating parents about the fundamentals of confidence.
  • Understanding the Confident Child: 3 hour interactive workshop focused on educating parents about what makes a confident player, a parent’s role in helping fuel their child’s confidence, the behaviours they would expect to see from a confident child and practical examples on how to foster confidence in their child. Parents will receive a supporting learning diary to support them throughout the workshop and help reflect on how they promote and value confidence in their child.

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