Coaches Academy II
ALONG THE COURSE, THE PARTICIPANT WILL FIND AN EVOLUTION OF THE LEARNING PROCESS THEORIES, EMPHASISING THE COACH-PLAYER RELATIONSHIP, UNDERSTOOD NOT AS A UNIDIRECTIONAL TRAINING AND FROM TEACHER TO STUDENT, BUT AS A TWO-WAY EXCHANGE WHERE BOTH OF THEM INTERACT AND AGREE ON INTENTIONS AND FOCUSES ON THE PRACTICE. THIS EXCHANGE GOES FROM FEEDBACK TO THE PLANNING OF SPECIFIC, MASSIVE, VARIABLE AND CONTINUOUS PREFERENTIAL SIMULATION SITUATIONS, BY THE USE OF CONSTRAINTS.
Along the years, football has evolved both in its game dynamics, as well as the use and understanding of the sciences that different agents, especially coaches, have relied on to support the actions aimed at optimising the game and its players. Initially, it was based on the application of general training theories, supported by the traditional sciences (mechanistic, behavioural, etc.), for training plans originating from individual sports. Nevertheless, the athlete was "forced" to adapt to game contexts and scenarios, not only related to the technical and tactical needs of the game, but also to the way of learning and interpreting (training) it.
This programme enquire into a new perspective regarding the approach to the developmental processes of athletes immersed in football, which include theories that are based on current sciences (complex dynamic systems, ecological theory, etc.), which have proven to be interesting when creating new training plans. In this aspect, they adjust to the individual (intrapersonal dynamics) and collective (interpersonal dynamics) coordinative needs, giving the coach the possibility of incorporating pedagogical tools in search of awakening the player's curiosity and interest in the game.
ENGLISH - SPANISH
Form yourself with renowned experts who know perfectly the peculiarities of the club.
Paco Seirul·lo & Methodology team
TRAINERS / SPORTS COACHES
Understand the practice and competition system as a whole, in order to integrate all the elements and factors that intervene in the process.
As coaches, become self-aware of the information we have in our practice and competition environment, in order to optimise our pedagogical exchange.
Know the optimal conditions of the learning environment in order to optimise the player.
Use video feedback in practice settings as an indispensable resource for motor learning and to develop self-awareness.