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As you would expect, the ‘return to play’ agenda is dominating coaching discussions following the limited loosening of lockdown measures.
The government has been setting guidelines and enforcing timelines, and policy-makers have taken up the baton, deliberating how different forms of coached activity can be phased in safely and in an appropriate manner.
The reality, of course, is that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Coaches must work through their own personal strategy. And so far, the return to coaching conversation has lingered on facilities without really considering the wider practicalities or needs of the coaching workforce.
There are some big questions that still need answering.
We must ensure that the voices of coaches on the front line are being heard: harnessing their creativity and their hands-on experience to help inform the policy-makers what methods and strategies work best.
We want to use the ConnectedCoaches platform, and this thread, to provoke an important discussion.
Coaches have a key role to play in the nation’s recovery and we would really value your thoughts and ideas.
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