Coaching Education Online Package-Updated Edition-K
Regular price $100.00
Online CourseCourse Components
The Coaching Principles online course includes the textbook Successful Coaching and a course-access instruction letter. The Sport First Aid online course includes the text Sport First Aid and a course-access instruction sheet. Please note: When you purchase this online course package, you will not have immediate access to your courses. Within three to five business days of placing your order, you will receive course materials from Human Kinetics that include textbooks and key codes for accessing your courses. There is a shipping charge.
The Coaching Education Online Package combines the online courses Coaching Principles and Sport First Aid into one convenient bundle.
Coaching Principles is built upon five main concepts—the principles of coaching, behavior, teaching, physical training, and management—and features content addressing leadership and coaching, sportsmanship, coaching diverse athletes, behavior management, drugs in sport, and the games approach to coaching. Coaching Principles is based on the fourth edition of Successful Coaching, written by renowned sport psychologist and Human Kinetics founder Rainer Martens, PhD. You will receive a copy of the textbook with your course materials. Coaching Principles provides the underpinnings of what it takes to be a successful coach, beyond the Xs and Os.
Through Coaching Principles, coaches are challenged to
- define who they are as coaches (their coaching philosophy, objectives, and style),
- enhance their communication and motivational skills,
- become more effective teachers and trainers, and
- improve their team, relationship, and risk management skills.
Sport First Aid
Unlike general first aid courses offered by local organizations, Sport First Aid specifically addresses conditions coaches encounter on the playing field. This fifth edition provides coaches with clear guidelines on what’s expected of them as first responders, as well as action steps for the care and prevention of more than 110 athletic injuries and illnesses.
The course is based on Sport First Aid, Fifth Edition, written by Melinda Flegel, and covers protocols for conducting emergency action steps and providing life support; conducting the physical assessment; administering first aid for bleeding, tissue damage, and unstable injuries; moving an injured athlete; and returning athletes to play. Revisions reflect the latest research and best practices from the American Heart Association and the American Safety and Health Institute.
Guidelines for using cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the Heimlich maneuver, and automated external defibrillators (AED) have been updated. The course also covers the latest information on treating concussions and heat-related illnesses and preventing and recognizing ac infections (MRSA). Strategies for greatly reducing athletes’ risk of injury or illness are also featured.
Sport First Aid is a potentially life-saving resource that coaches can rely on to make smart decisions when encountering emergency situations with athletes.
AudienceGeared toward high school coaches, serious club coaches, college and university undergraduate students, and advanced coaches at the youth level (those who coach athletes ages 14 and older), these courses cover the fundamentals of being a successful coach—on and off the field.
Table of ContentsCoaching Principles
Unit 1: Developing Your Coaching Philosophy
Unit 2: Determining Your Coaching Objectives
Unit 3: Selecting Your Coaching Style
Unit 4: Coaching for Character
Unit 5: Coaching Diverse Athletes
Unit 6: Communicating With Your Athletes
Unit 7: Motivating Your Athletes
Unit 8: Managing Your Athletes' Behavior
Unit 9: The Games Approach
Unit 10: Teaching Technical Skills
Unit 11: Teaching Tactical Skills
Unit 12: Planning for Teaching
Unit 13: Training Basics
Unit 14: Training for Energy Fitness
Unit 15: Training for Muscular Fitness
Unit 16: Fueling Your Athletes
Unit 17: Battling Drugs
Unit 18: Managing Your Team
Unit 19: Managing Relationships
Unit 20: Managing Risk
Sport First Aid
Unit 1: Your Role on the Athletic Health Care Team
Unit 2: Sport First Aid Game Plan
Unit 3: Anatomy and Sport Injury Terminology
Unit 4: Emergency Action Steps
Unit 5: Physical Assessment and First Aid Techniques
Unit 6: Moving Injured or Sick Athletes
Unit 7: Respiratory Emergencies and Illnesses
Unit 8: Head, Spine, and Nerve Injuries
Unit 9: Internal Organ Injuries
Unit 10: Sudden Illnesses
Unit 11: Weather-Related Problems
Unit 12: Upper Body Musculoskeletal Injuries
Unit 13: Lower Body Musculoskeletal Injuries
Unit 14: Facial and Scalp Injuries
Unit 15: Skin Problems
Unit 16: Sport First Aid Field Clinic