“For the attention of those booking, the both managers courses have been centrally located to allow the Education & Coaching Program to undertake training and assessments of new volunteer manager instructors. This will allow the development of the program and the allocation of the successful instructors to individual regions allowing the program to supply locally based courses to reduce the impact on clubs.
The structure will be issued once this process has been completed and hope that you will support the initiative in creating a structure that supports clubs in their regions.”
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.
DBS Enhanced Disclosures are required prior to registration for Managers if working in hockey other than adults-only recreational or university hockey. Further details are in the Education Programme registration procedures.