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Hyfforddiant Mewnol

I archebu lle ar unrhyw un o'r cyrsiau hyn, dilynwch y cyfarwyddiadau gais a ddarperir ar gyfer pob cwrs.

Football - FAW Football Leaders Football - FAW Football Leaders external link will open in a new window

Our FAW Football Leaders Award requires all candidates to complete 5 Online Modules prior to attending an 8 hour 'Practical Day'.

The FAW Football Leaders Award aims to provide a basic introduction to the organisation of football practices in a fun, safe environment with an emphasis on engaging with the young players of today. Completion of the 5 Online Modules is an essential requirement for all candidates and these must be completed in full, 72 hours prior to attending the practical day of the Award.

Please Note: Failure to complete the modules prior to the deadline will result in your account being frozen and being removed from the course practical day.

Dydd Sul 28th Ebrill 2019 am 8 awr

£75.00

Cardiff University, Llanrumney Site, Mendip Rd, Llanrumney Open map for postcode CF3 4JN

Ian Hughes, 01633 282911, ian.hughes@welshfootballtrust.org.uk

Sesiynau Hyfforddi

Dydd Sul 28th Ebrill 2019, 09:00 AM - 17:00 PM

Syt i Ceisio

To enrol on the course please visit: https://www.fawcourses.com/products/28-april-2019-faw-football-leaders-award1806

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Rugby Union - TAG Leaders Rugby Union - TAG Leaders external link will open in a new window

To meet the needs of the U7/U8 player, tag rugby has been introduced as a game that will develop the fundamental skills of passing, evasion and basic decision-making.



The tag game meets the needs of the player for their age and stage of development. Too often the children are expected to meet the requirements of the full game that is inappropriate for their stage of development.



Research has concluded that children learn and develop better in an environment, which is based on fun.



Tag Rugby, is designed as a small sided modified version of the full game, maximises involvement, promotes fun and is simple for the players and coaches to understand.



If Children are to enjoy and take part in rugby they need too:

Take an active part in the game
Develop their rugby skills
A game for all players regardless of their ability
Develop their personal skills
Feel the benefits of being a sports person
Understand the laws of the game
Feel their success through development
The tag game is designed to encourage the development of the player and focuses on participation rather than the result of the game.



Children need to learn that participation and cooperation is vital for their development but also appreciate the values of being a member of a team.

Dydd Llun 13th Mai 2019 am 3 awr

£20.00

Taffs Well RFC, Maes Gwyn Taff's Well, Taff's Well Open map for postcode CF15 7JD

Jon Evans, 07584 488306, jevans@wru.wales

Sesiynau Hyfforddi

Dydd Llun 13th Mai 2019, 18:00 PM - 21:00 PM

Syt i Ceisio

To enrol on this course follow the link: https://www.wrugamelocker.wales/course-and-cpd-bookings.aspx?

Then select the relevant course and region (Blues).

Deadline: 09/05/2019

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Safeguarding & Protecting Children - UK Coaching Safeguarding & Protecting Children - UK Coaching external link will open in a new window

This workshop is a 'Minimum Standards for Active Coaches' requirement for many governing bodies of sport*. The 'Minimum Standards for Active Coaches' are seen as the basic standards every coach needs to meet to carry out their role safely and effectively. It can also be attended by all those responsible for organising children's sport (eg within governing bodies of sport, local authorities, sports and leisure centres, and sports clubs) and those who lead or deliver children's sport programmes (eg coaches, leaders, instructors, development officials, administrators, volunteers and parents).

Duration: 3 hours

This course will help you:
identify and recognise good coaching practice and the implications for your coaching
explore your values and feelings in relation to child abuse, and recognise their potential impact on your response
recognise and respond to possible signs of child abuse
take appropriate action if concerns about a child arise.





"The 'Safeguarding and Protecting Children' workshops and resource meet the key safeguarding learning needs of coaches and other sports staff and volunteers. The NSPCC and its Child Protection in Sport Unit fully support the new workshop and resources to help organisations and individuals to act to make sport the best it can be for current and future generations."

(Anne Tiivas, Director of the Child Protection in Sport Unit)

Dydd Mercher 15th Mai 2019 am 3 awr

£30.00

National Indoor Athletics Centre, Cyncoed Road, Cardiff Open map for postcode CF236XD

Gareth Power, 029 2020 5283, info@thesportshub-cardiff.com

Sesiynau Hyfforddi

Dydd Mercher 15th Mai 2019, 18:30 PM - 21:30 PM

Pre-Requisites

Age 16+

Syt i Ceisio

Bookings can be made via the following link:

https://estore.cardiffmet.ac.uk/short-courses/cardiff-school-of-sport-health-sciences/sport-cardiff-workshops-courses/safeguarding-protecting-children?token=d3d8f03cdfbadadeb52f09f263ac9980

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Mental Health Awareness for Sport & Physical Activity Mental Health Awareness for Sport & Physical Activity external link will open in a new window

This three-hour workshop, delivered by MIND has been developed with support from UK Coaching, is designed for coaches, sport administrators, volunteers and front of house staff.

This is a practical workshop that will:

Give you 3 CPD points.
Help you understand common misconceptions about
mental health and how stigma and discrimination impacts on people with mental health problems.
Help you appreciate the barriers that stop people with
mental health problems getting active.
Enable you to talk confidently about mental health and
know where to signpost people who need support.
Identify practical actions you can take to make your
service more inclusive and accessible for everyone.

Dydd Mercher 22nd Mai 2019 am 3 awr

£30.00

Cardiff Metropolitan University (Room V0.03), Cyncoed Road, Cardiff Open map for postcode CF236XD

Gareth Power, 029 2020 5283, sportcardiff@cardiffmet.ac.uk

Sesiynau Hyfforddi

Dydd Mercher 22nd Mai 2019, 18:30 PM - 21:30 PM

Pre-Requisites

Age 18+

Syt i Ceisio

Book by clicking on the button below

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First Aid - Emergency First Aid* First Aid - Emergency First Aid* external link will open in a new window

* N.B. This course is awarded through the Football Association and is officially titled "The FA Level 1 Introduction to First Aid in Football", which is what will appear on certificates. However, this course is suitable for people involved in other sports and is not exclusively for those involved in football.

This course will provide you with the knowledge, practical skills and confidence to attend a conscious or unconscious player, ensuring that appropriate care is given until the emergency medical services arrive and takeover, or until an alternative healthcare professional(s) assumes responsibility. It is a practical guide to dealing with the essential components of saving a life, both in training and matches.

Content
The role of the first aider
The jaw thrust as an airway opening technique
The A-E approach of the injured footballer (inclusive of the unconscious footballer)
Emergency action planning for football
Preparation for action for sudden cardiac arrest in the young
Recognition, BLS with AED
Breathing for every player during BLS, compression only CPR is not recommended for those first aiders with a duty of care to respond to players during matches and training (this is different context to the lay person attendance in a different environment)
The FA concussion guidelines
Dispelling the myths of first aid in football
The football specific first aid kit and record keeping


Who is it for?

This short course is applicable to coaches, team managers, parents, teachers, volunteers and carers who have the responsibility for the provision of basic life support and who may be the only persons present until the ambulance arrives.


Currency of qualification

Due to the nature and responsibility associated with first aid provision, and in line with current UK guidelines, the currency of this certificate for use as a first aid qualification will be limited to three years.

Dydd Llun 17th Meh 2019 am 3 awr

£37.50

National Indoor Athletics Centre, Cyncoed Road, Cardiff Open map for postcode CF236XD

Gareth Power, 029 2020 5283, info@thesportshub-cardiff.com

Sesiynau Hyfforddi

Dydd Llun 17th Meh 2019, 18:30 PM - 21:30 PM

Pre-Requisites

Age 16+

Syt i Ceisio

Bookings can be made via the following link:

https://estore.cardiffmet.ac.uk/short-courses/cardiff-school-of-sport-health-sciences/sport-cardiff-workshops-courses/emergency-first-aid?token=d72ebf9d7c069213c5f4c34a39de359ftoken=070e7df3265f86f8dbdd267e97c95002

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Safeguarding & Protecting Children - UK Coaching Safeguarding & Protecting Children - UK Coaching external link will open in a new window

This workshop is a 'Minimum Standards for Active Coaches' requirement for many governing bodies of sport*. The 'Minimum Standards for Active Coaches' are seen as the basic standards every coach needs to meet to carry out their role safely and effectively. It can also be attended by all those responsible for organising children's sport (eg within governing bodies of sport, local authorities, sports and leisure centres, and sports clubs) and those who lead or deliver children's sport programmes (eg coaches, leaders, instructors, development officials, administrators, volunteers and parents).

Duration: 3 hours

This course will help you:
identify and recognise good coaching practice and the implications for your coaching
explore your values and feelings in relation to child abuse, and recognise their potential impact on your response
recognise and respond to possible signs of child abuse
take appropriate action if concerns about a child arise.





"The 'Safeguarding and Protecting Children' workshops and resource meet the key safeguarding learning needs of coaches and other sports staff and volunteers. The NSPCC and its Child Protection in Sport Unit fully support the new workshop and resources to help organisations and individuals to act to make sport the best it can be for current and future generations."

(Anne Tiivas, Director of the Child Protection in Sport Unit)

Dydd Mercher 10th Gorff 2019 am 3 awr

£30.00

National Indoor Athletics Centre, Cyncoed Road, Cardiff Open map for postcode CF236XD

Gareth Power, 029 2020 5283, info@thesportshub-cardiff.com

Sesiynau Hyfforddi

Dydd Mercher 10th Gorff 2019, 18:30 PM - 21:30 PM

Pre-Requisites

Age 16+

Syt i Ceisio

Bookings can be made via the following link:

https://estore.cardiffmet.ac.uk/short-courses/cardiff-school-of-sport-health-sciences/sport-cardiff-workshops-courses/safeguarding-protecting-children?token=5e57e261dc93d3b3a2353ed8eecd0779

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UK Coaching - Coaching Children (Ages 5-12) UK Coaching - Coaching Children (Ages 5-12) external link will open in a new window

This workshop incorporates the latest research on essential topics that are intrinsic in the coaching of children between the ages of 5 and 12.

This is an exciting chance for you to reconsider the emphasis of your coaching and enhance the experience of your young participants.

The workshop will be delivered in a practical way to provide you with all the innovative techniques and cutting-edge information you need to become a more effective coach.


To help you understand how your coaching fits into a much wider agenda than sport, you will:
•learn a mix of traditional and contemporary models of coaching based on the development of participants’ technical, tactical, physical, mental and social competencies
•take a detailed look at the ‘C’ system of coaching to equip you with new tools to improve your soft and personal skills.
•be introduced to the principles of Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU), cognitive considerations for coaching 5-12 year olds and understanding the importance of child physiology.
•learn fun and innovative practical techniques for keeping children engaged to blend with the pioneering academic theory.


You will receive a copy of Coaching Children 5-12: The Next Generation at the workshop to guide you in your future coaching.

The comprehensive 64-page book includes sections on:
•What is the holistic coaching of children?
•Why do we need to consider physical development?
•The importance of pedagogy, creativity and self-reflection.
•How age impacts on the joints, cardiovascular system, aerobic and anaerobic training, strength training, plyometric training, flexibility and mobility.
•Injury considerations and the importance of nutrition and hydration.
•Creating a learning environment that fulfils children’s psychological needs.
•An introduction to games-based assessment.

Dydd Iau 10th Hydref 2019 am 3 awr

£30.00

National Indoor Athletics Centre, Cyncoed Road, Cardiff Open map for postcode CF236XD

Gareth Power, 029 2020 5283, sportcardiff@cardiffmet.ac.uk

Sesiynau Hyfforddi

Dydd Iau 10th Hydref 2019, 18:30 PM - 21:30 PM

Pre-Requisites

Age 16+

Syt i Ceisio

Book via the button below

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