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Analysing the professional development activities of Sports Coaches' during the COVID-19 pandemic

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  • ABradshaw

    You may have spotted this on Twitter but if not this is a really interesting quick survey that will get you thinking about what you engaged with from a CPD viewpoint during lockdown and what worked for you - I've just completed it and it really got my reflecting, a useful exercise in itself!! 

    Click on this link -  Covid 19 CPD survey

    The detail of the project led by  Anna Stodter and  Simon Phelan is:

    Online professional development opportunities for sports coaches have been growing steadily over the last decade, however the recent COVID 19 social distancing restrictions have seen a meteoric rise in the quantity of such activities offered to coaches (i.e. Online seminars, Panel discussions, Lectures, Discussion forums, etc). The purpose of this study is to investigate what influences coaches’ decisions to engage with (or not) online continued professional development (CPD) opportunities throughout the COVID isolation. In doing so, the research team aim to make sense of what learning opportunities are most valued by coaches, and which mechanisms are perceived to be the best suited for developing effective coaching knowledge.

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