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1 BC Ringette CI Introduction Ian Liversidge cell E mail CI – Intro - liversidge

2 Find six differences between the panels CSI – Intro - liversidge

3 CI – Intro - liversidge

4 BC Ringette CI Ethics Summary Review Pro’s and Con’s Right vs. Right Paradigms Justice vs Mercy Short term vs. Long term Truth vs. Loyalty Self Vs. Community (team) Select Choice / Option Implement …. Manage consequences CI – Ethics - liversidge

5 BC Ringette CI 40 Assets for Success 8 – 12 Year olds.. Ed Research The Swarm.. T Waiters Tag.. Bigaleow Straight Facts.. Sorry hockey If you let me play.. nike CI – Intro - liversidge

6 BC Ringette CI Long Term Athlete Development Model LTMD – (I. Bali) FUNdamentals Train to Train Train to Compete Train to Win Train to Retire.. Transition CI – Intro - liversidge

7 BC Ringette CI Long Term Athlete Development Model LTMD – (Ringette Canada) U7: Watch me Start U9 & U10: I AM Skating U12: I AM Playing U14 and U16: I AM on the Team U19: I AM a Competitor U20 (CWG): I AM Exceeding My Limit 18+ (Team Canada & NRL): I AM a Champion I AM Ringette CI – Intro - liversidge

8 National Coaching Certification Program

9 BC Ringette CI OPPS EAP Emergency Action Plan pg. 52 – 55 Information and responsibilities Task: Review the EAP Noting the specifics of your community facility CI – Practice Planning - Safety- liversidge

10 BC Ringette CI OPPS EAP Emergency Action Plan pg. 52 – 55 Information and responsibilities Task: Review the EAP Noting the specifics of your community facility CI – Practice Planning - Safety- liversidge

11 BC Ringette CI Risk Management CI – Practice Planning - Safety- liversidge

12 BC Ringette CI Practice Coaching 4 links in Teaching a skill Select the Skill.. LTDM Explanation / Demonstration Progressive practice Provide Feedback CI – Practice Coaching - liversidge

13 BC Ringette CI Dr. Smoll, a sport psychologist in Washington State suggested coaches need to learn a feedback sandwich. A positive statement, a constructive statement, and a positive statement. For example “Johnny, Great effort! Remember you need to follow through a bit more with the stick. Now keep that same great effort.” Dr. Smoll did a famous study where he taught half of the coaches in the baseball league how to use his feedback sandwich while the other half were left on their own. He found that the players who participated with better communicating coaches were more likely to play past the age of 17. His results were staggering … CI – Practice Coaching - liversidge

14 BC Ringette CI Summary Sport training is affected by growth and development Age 12 marks the median for male puberty 10 for female Skill based training always has a place “physical / biochemical” training is most / only affective post puberty Practice rest to work ratios are the best indicator of “training affect” Time Based Practice Analysis.doc Time Based Practice Analysis.doc CI – Planning a Practice Safety - Liversidge

15 BC Ringette CI Planning a Practice Part B CI – Planning a Practice Safety - Liversdgei

16 BC Ringette CI Traditional drill Consider changing the entrance and exit Can more game simulation be added.. or taken out … (tech / tactical / efficient) Is the rest / work ratio appropriate Are the goals of the practice met by the drill “teach the skill not the drill” CI – Strat and Tactics- liversidge

17 BC Ringette CI Given your perfect drill (summary / efficient drill) Plan the perfect practice. 7 Steps 1. Identify your main theme (tactics and or skill) 2. Develop warm up from preliminary skills 3. Insert progression ot the main theme drill 4. Bridge to appropriate review CI – Strat and Tactics- liversidge

18 BC Ringette CI Given your perfect drill (summary / efficient drill) Plan the perfect practice. 7 Steps 5. Add element of conditioning, goaltending instruction, fun, etc… 6. Check for Key Words, Key Execution Ponts and Coach placements 7. Check for documentation ie date training session number CI – Strat and Tactics- liversidge

19 BC Ringette CI Role of the Coach The Coach is.. Leader Manager Psychologist Counselor …… CI – Intro - liversidge

20 BC Ringette CI “If I had a choice to do the expedient thing and win the day’s battle or to do the principled thing and lose, I’d do the the principled thing because in the long run it will affect other things, it will come back to get you in different ways” General N. Schcwarzkoff CI – Ethics - liversidge

21 BC Ringette CI CI – Comm - liversidge My Coaching Belief, in a nutshell, are these: Keep winning an losing in perspective Lead By Example Go for respect over popularity Value Character as well as ability Work hard but enjoy what you do Don Shula “Everyone's a Coach”

22 BC Ringette CI CI – Comm - liversidge Things to Do: Use CC Number to complete MED Module online at If you do not have CC number ( First Clinic or so ) wait a bit then CAC to request a number. Complete MED Compete EAP Plan and Document Practice Plans

23 Six differences in place NOW CSI – Intro - liversidge

24 BC Ringette CI Introduction Bill Woodley cell Ian Liversidge cell E mail CI – Intro - liversidge


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