The World Academy of Sport (WAoS) delivers learning programmes for sports and event participants - athletes, managers, administrators, officials and coaches - through a series of tailored educational programmes.
FIH Academy Educator Programme (103)
15 November - 17 November 2015
Introduction

The FIH, in partnership with World Academy of Sport, is initiating a series of educational programmes under the banner of the FIH Hockey Academy.

The aim of the FIH Hockey Academy is to provide a simplified education structure and resource for nations and continents to be able to develop coaches, officials and managers from grass roots through to a high performance / international level. All nations will have the opportunity to access the programme pathway at an appropriate level.

Benefits of attending
  • Exposure to best practice educational techniques to train and assess course participants
  • Opportunity to become certified as a WAoS / FIH Hockey Academy Trainer or FIH Hockey Academy Coach Educator
Who should attend?

Trainee Coach Educators should:

  • be nominated by your home Federation or Continental Federation
  • have appropriate knowledge, skills and experience to deliver courses
  • have a genuine interest in wanting to develop other coaches
  • hold experience of presenting information to adult groups
  • adopt an interactive rather than lecturing approach
  • be open-minded, adaptable to change, welcome feedback and be willing to self-reflect
  • agree to deliver a specified number of training days per year (2 per year as a minimum)
  • have successfully completed the FIH Academy Online Programmes 
Programme outline

This Educator Programme has been divided into six three-hour modules.

 Module 1: FIH Hockey  Academy training process and  styles of delivery

 Module 2: Role of the Educator and client population

 Module 3: Learning, competency and assessment

 Module 4: Reviewing learning and facilitation skills

 Module 5: FIH Hockey Academy education programmes

 Module 6: Risk management