Roles and Expectations of Coaches: Training to World Games
Please view the Lunch and Learn webinar "Roles and Expectations of Coaches: Training to World Games" and then complete this quiz with at least an 8/10 correct to receive continuing education credit for the course.
Program (EX. Centre County)
Full Name (First and Last)
Which is not one of the 3 main responsibilities of a coach?
True or False - Head Coaches are not responsible for Crisis Management Plans?
What is the Athlete to Coach ratio for training and competition?
The 3 C's of Communication are?
Clear, Concise, Concrete
Concise, Conditional, Consistant
Clear, Concise, Consistent
What are the 5 components of practice?
Warm-up, Skills, Competition, and Cool down
Skills, Warm-up, Competition, Review, and Departure
Warm-up, Review, Skills, Competition, and Cooldown
True or False, During the Cool Down athletes perform activities that increase their heart rate and warm up the body? Such as Jumping Jacks, or high knees.
THe "N" in KNOW your Safety stands for:
Neat and tidy appearance
No participation without proper equipment/attire
In order to attend World Games as a Head Coach you must take which of the following courses:
Special Olympics 101
Principles of Coaching
USA Games/Word Games Coaches must manage the following:
Athletes that are not from their program
All of the above
How often do you have to take Continuing ed?
Once every three years
Once every Four Years
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