6/7 Hours Price: £60.00
ROLE OF THE MANAGER
Identifies and describes the role and responsibilities of the Manager.
“The Manager as a Leader” – how to be an appropriate role model with emphasis on being a positive example.
“The Manager as an Organiser” – dealing effectively with parents, organising game day, liaison with players, parents, officials, away travel.
Principles of effective communication: how to be a good listener, acting as a go between, helping establish good discipline, non-verbal communication.
Paper work; game sheets – filling in and where they go, registration forms, transfer forms, player cards, coaching/manager qualifications and cards, code of ethics forms.
ORGANISING A GAME
How to effectively organise games including friendlies, internationals, developing and maintaining contact list, dealing with referees, time keepers, goal judges, Man of the Match awards etc
Helping to provide a proper and safe environment: The Child Protection Act, safety in the dressing room, hall way, in the building, first aid, mixed gender teams, bus, medical forms – medication. Emergency Action Plan
MANAGERS COURSE PRE-REQUISITES
Attendees must be at least 18 years old on the first day of the course.
This one day course is open to non-skaters.
A current DBS* check that will be no more than three years old during the season is required.
*Those working only in adult-only hockey do not require a DBS check
All participants will be expected to undertake the following pre requisite for the attendance on this course.
Certified Emergency First Aid Course (Details in Appendix B of the Coaching Protocols)
UK Coaching Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop ((Details in Appendix C of the Coaching Protocols)
FOR ATTENDANCE ON THIS COURSE THE ABOVE CAN BE COMPLETED AFTER ATTENDANCE ON THE COURSE BUT PRIOR TO REGISTRATION AS PRODUCTION OF THE CERTIFICATES WILL BE A REQUIREMENT.