South African Coaching Framework update

Report
South African Coaching Framework
Provincial Coaching Commissions
3 November 2012
Overview of South African Coaching Framework
THE SA COACHING FRAMEWORK
Declaration at 2011 Conference
South African Coaching Framework: vision and phases
Vision: An effective, inclusive, cohesive and ethical
coaching system that promotes transformation and
excellence in an active and winning nation
Phase 1:
Laying the
base
(2010-2012)
Phase 2:
Phase 3:
Making an Transforming
impact
the system
(2010-2014) (2014-2018)
Foundations
Identity
Mindset
Foundations
Identity
Mindset
3 pillars and 12 building blocks
System
Coaches
Impact
Long-term participant
development and policy
objectives
Long-term coach
development
Data management
Readiness and
engagement of partners
in coaching
Coach education,
development and
qualifications
Registration and
licensing
Resources: coaches;
education; National
Federations; national
and provincial partners
Coaching workforce
Research and
development
Leadership;
coordination and ways
of working
Coach developers
Impact evaluation
2 keystones
System
Coaches
Impact
Long-term participant
development and policy
objectives
Long-term coach
development
Data management
Readiness and
engagement of partners
in coaching
Coach education,
development and
qualifications
Registration and
licensing
Resources: coaches;
education; National
Federations; national
and provincial partners
Coaching workforce
Research and
development
Leadership;
coordination and ways
of working
Coach developers
Impact evaluation
Participant development model
Train to Win
Train to
Compete
Sport for life
Train to Train
Physical
Literacy
Learn to Train
FUNdamentals
Active start
Coaching development model (draft)
Children
Participation
Paid and
unpaid
coaches
Coaching
Assistant
Coach
Senior coach
Master coach
Unpaid
coaches
Pre-coaches
Talent
High performance
NF levels and NQF
Pre-coach
Volunteer
Coach
Coach: NF Award
aligned with, but not
on, NQF at Level 5
Assistant Coach: NF
Award aligned with, but
not on, NQF Level 4
Pre: Induction modules
aligned with, but not
on, NQF
Professional
volunteer
coach
Professional
coach
Master Coach: NF
Award and Diploma
Level 6 or degree
Level 7
Master Coach: NF
Award and degree
Level 7
Senior Coach: NF
Award and National
Diploma at Level 5
Senior Coach: NF
Award and National
Diploma Level 6
Coach: NF Award and
National Certificate at
Level 5
Coach: NF Award and
National Certificate
Level 5
Core functions
Creating the
vision
Managing
competition
Shaping the
environment
Guiding
practice
Reflecting and
learning
Building
relationships
and influencing
Coach developers (CD)
LTCD
LTCDD
Master
Master CD
Senior
Senior CD
Coach
CD
Coaching Assistant
South African Coaching Framework: vision and phases
Vision: An effective, inclusive, cohesive and
ethical coaching system to meet the needs of
South Africans in an active and winning nation
Phase 1:
Laying the
base
(2010-2012)
Phase 2:
Phase 3:
Making an Transforming
impact
the system
(2010-2014) (2014-2018)
National leadership structure
Implementation
Group
(Feb 2012-March 2013)
South African
Coaching
Commission
(March 2013-2016)
South African
Sport
Coaching
Council
(March 2016)
South African Coaching Commission
SASCOC
South African
Coaching
Commission
Coaches Rep
Group
Coaching
Standards
Sport coaching
for children
and youth
High
performance
coaching
South African Coaching system
Government policy
(SRSA, Departments and national organisations)
National
funded
programmes
SASCOC
South African Coaching Commission leading to South African
Sport Coaching Council
Provincial
Sports
Councils and
Coaching
Commissions
Provincial
funded
programmes
Provincial
coaching
networks
National Federations
System
Coaches
Impact
(Plan, Structure, LTPD,
Resources)
(LTCD, LTTD, Workforce
planning; education)
(Research; Licensing;
impact)
Immediate priorities -national
Support for coaches of London 2012 Olympic and
Paralympic athletes (OPEX)
Establishing a core structure at national and provincial
level with reference points/completing the Framework
Conducting research on coaching workforce and
participant-coach needs
National federation mapping, planning, readiness;
examples of best practice
Securing investment and agreeing success measures
Provincial
Provincial Sports Confederation
Coaching Commission
Terms of reference
1.
Coordinate the development of sport coaching at provincial level, based on the needs of sport participants and
their coaches and using the South African Coaching Framework as the key point of reference
2.
Develop short, medium and long term plans for coaching, taking account of provincial and national priorities
3.
Support federations in the roll-out of their sport specific coaching programmes.
4.
Create a register of coaches and organisations that form the coaching network in the province
5.
Develop the coaching network in the province through communication, forums, workshops, support for coaches
and marketing
6.
Prepare annual programmes for the support and development of coaches, working in partnership with the
provincial department and other stakeholders
7.
Undertake research and impact evaluation projects.
8.
Provide advice to SASCOC on the further development of sport coaching in South Africa, based on an informed
analysis of local, regional and provincial needs.
9.
Provide reports to PSC and SASCOC
Provincial Coaching Commissions
(NB :Working closely with NFs)
Federations
and their club
and
community
networks
District
Municipalities
and their
local
networks
Universities
and other
educational
providers
Department
of sport
Provincial
coaching
network
Academies
Department
of Education
and the
school
network
Immediate priorities -provincial
Provincial Structure, Coaching Commission and
Network
Willing-Ready-Able ( July- 1 September) and
2012-2014 Priorities (1 October)
Securing investment and agreeing success
measures
Capacity developer and school sport programme
Conducting research on coaching workforce and
participant coach needs
National Conference 2012: 100 targeted places
per province

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