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Female football coaches coaching to success
Organisation: Chichester College
Type of Organisation: College of Further Education
Curriculum: 8. Leisure, travel and tourism
Community Development
Level: Non-Level Specific
Implementation Year: 2015
Funding Source: Internal
External Recognition: Learning Consortium Report
   
Further Information:   Applicability 

 

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PDF document Chichester Case Study Details.pdf

PDF document Excellence in Teaching, Learning & Assessment.pdf

Description:

A college achieves gender equality success by supporting women football coaches to deliver coaching in local communities

Chichester College decided to increase the number of female footballers in the local area by recruiting, training and developing female coaches at College. These coaches would then work in local communities by offering free football coaching sessions at the local football club. As a result of this initiative female coaches received training alongside their male counterpart in FA coaching qualifications.

The college offered free football coaching along with after school girls football sessions in local schools which culminated in a Saturday club which was run on a permanent basis to continue providing both playing and coaching opportunities. This project was a collaboration of a local Charter Standard club, Sussex FA, the local council and the local University.

 

Purpose:

To increase the number of female footballers in the local area
To engage the local community


To encourage peer and independent learning and open up academic routes into both further and higher education

 

What Worked Well:

Benefits for Learners: It provided an avenue for learning for reluctant learners. It encouraged peer and independent learning and opened up academic routes into both further and higher education. 

Benefits for Staff: Working with local schools, improving the physical literacy of children, staff development

Benefits for Organisation: It provided an avenue for engaging with the local community. It allowed the organization to engage with reluctant learners. It promoted gender equality to the local community.

 

Further Information: 

This can be used for any activity sporting and non-sporting. The key to success is the links that are built and the enthusiasm of the students.

For more information: Sally.challis-manning@chichester.ac.uk

Who is it for?

Teachers, Heads of Department and Deputy / Vice Principals

 

 

Categories: 

Assessment for Learning
Classroom practice
CPD
Employability

 

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