This pioneering programme empowers coaches to make life-changing differences and deliver outstanding coaching.

What makes real coaching unique?

Developing coaches who...

The inspiring 5 foundation modules support all coaches and volunteers working with 4-11 year old children to create and develop essential learning behaviours. The modules explore:

  • The power and influence of the coach and the life-changing difference they can make
  • Understanding and developing the whole child
  • Developing Fundamental Movement Skills
  • Creating healthy competition and using competition as a tool for learning
  • The power of language
  • Behaviour management

What's included:

5 x 3 hour training modules

Market leading resources for each module including:

  • First FUNS Books and A4 Cards (coaches working with 4-7 year olds) OR FUNS for everyone Folder and A6 Cards (coaches working with 8-11 year olds)
  • Raising the Bar Folder and Student Cards
  • Learn to Compete, Compete to Learn
  • Multi-ability posters

Contact us 

For further information please contact Create Development on 020 8863 0304 or email info@createdevelopment.co.uk

"real coaching addresses the real focus for any coach, regardless of what sport, age group or ability level they work with, which is creating a fun, high quality and engaging experience with their participants." Gary Laybourne, Coach Core Programme Manager, The Royal Foundation
"This has been the best educational experience of my life." Dan Garbutt, Chance to Shine Coach
"I liked the culture created in the sessions for each coach to speak honestly about experiences, problems faced and solutions, without fear of judgement." Gareth Isaac, Chance to Shine Coach
"The Tutors are really knowledgeable and engaging. They gave great examples to help embed the learning. The active sessions meant we were able to learn as we went along." Laura Joyce, Chance to Shine Coach

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