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    • Certificate in Coaching Basketball Safe and ethical practice CJ Lee England Basketball Coach Tutor/Assessor
    • Heath & Safety in Coaching
      • Learning outcomes of this session are to:
      • To help the coach establish and maintain a safe session
      • To understand the coach’s role in Safeguarding & Protecting Children and vulnerable groups
    • What is RISK ASSESSMENT?
      • A risk assessment is simply a careful examination of what, in your work, could cause harm to people, so that you can weigh up whether you have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm. Workers and others have a right to be protected from harm caused by a failure to take reasonable control measures.
      • For more information go to www.hse.gov.uk
    • FIVE STEPS TO RISK ASSESSMENT!
      • Step 1
        • Identify the hazards
      • Step 2
        • Decide who might be harmed and how
      • Step 3
        • Evaluate the risks and decide on precautions
      • Step 4
        • Record your findings and implement them
      • Step 5
        • Review your assessment and update if necessary
    • RISK ASSESSMENT cont…
      • When thinking about your risk assessment, remember:
      • a hazard is anything that may cause harm, such as spills, electricity, working from ladders, balls on the court etc;
      • the risk is the chance, high or low, that somebody could be harmed by these and other hazards, together with an indication of how serious the harm could be.
      • Group task: 5 mins
        • Identify some of the risks & hazards you could encounter in a basketball coaching context.
        • What might you do to reduce these risks?
    • Basketball Safety
      • Risk Assessment can be covered in the under the four headings as follows: -
          • The context – facilities & equipment.
          • The game of basketball – both playing & training.
          • The players involved.
          • The staff involved – coaches/leaders/officials/organisers
    • Basketball Safety
      • In groups list the factors you need to consider under the following headings: -
          • The context – facilities & equipment. For example, NOPs & EAPs
          • The game of basketball – both playing & training. For example, play to the rules.
          • The players involved. For example, medical issues & duty of care
          • The staff involved – coaches/leaders/officials/organisers
          • For example, Safe coaching practice
    • The Context
      • Facility Provider – NOPs & EAPs
      • Playing Courts
      • Backboards, rings and nets
      • Basketballs
      • Discipline
      • Player’s equipment
      • Working procedures
    • The Game of Basketball
      • The Rules
      • Inured Players
      • Progression
      • Competitive play & Matching players
      • Fitness
    • The Players
      • Medical Issues
      • Hydration!
      • Safety Education
      • Working with School & Young People
      • Player to player duty of care
      • Do not play through injury
    • The Coach & Officials
      • Safe Coaching Practices
      • Practice Area
      • Drills
      • The Coach taking part
      • Insurance
      • Staff/Student Ratio
      • Accidents
      • Emergency Action Plan
    • Safeguarding & Protecting
      • Safeguarding isn’t an ethical consideration, it’s the law (Every Child Matters, Children’s Acts)
      • It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure the safety of children
      • The coach has a role to play
      • Training & guidance available from various sources
    • Forms of abuse
      • Physical abuse
      • Sexual abuse
      • Emotional abuse
      • Neglect
    • Forms of abuse
      • Physical abuse
      • this could show as physical hurt or injury and in the sports situation might occur when the nature and intensity of training disregards the child’s immature and growing body.
    • Forms of abuse
      • Sexual abuse
      • through adults, both male and female using children to meet their own sexual needs.
    • Forms of abuse
      • Emotional abuse
      • this could be due to a persistent lack of love and affection and in the sports situation might occur when the child is subjected to unrealistic pressure or is bullied in order to consistently perform to high expectations.
    • Forms of abuse
      • Neglect
      • to cover failure to meet the child’s basic needs like food and warm clothing
    • Who’s in charge
      • Working within a club
        • to the Senior Coach or Club Chairman
      • Working with a school
        • to the Head Teacher
      • Working with a local authority scheme
        • to the Scheme Manager Working at a tournament, or camp director
      • Children are away from home
        • with the Camp/Tournament Director
    • Indications of abuse
      • Indications that a child is being abused could include:–
      • An injury for which the explanation seems inconsistent.
      • The child describes what appears to be an abusive act involving him/her.
      • Unexplained changes in behaviour – e.g. Becoming quiet, withdrawn or displaying sudden outbursts of temper.
      • Inappropriate sexual awareness.
      • Unexplained and suspicious injuries.
    • Reporting Abuse
      • React calmly so as not to frighten the child.
      • Tell the child they are not to blame and that they are right to tell.
      • Take what the child says seriously.
      • Keep questions to an absolute minimum.
      • Reassure the child.
      • Make a full record of what has been said.
    • Policy
      • There should be a child protection policy in place where you carry out your work
      • Be familiar with the policy
      • Raise awareness about safeguarding & protecting
      • Good intentions and bad practice
      • The Child is at the centre of child protection, but it also protects the coach
      • Seek advice & extra training
      • All matters of concern should be disclosed to the Chief Executive of your Home Country Basketball Governing Body.
    • Coaching Ethics
      • Player/Child-centred
      • Player/Child development
      • Inclusive practice
      • Winning isn’t everything
      • Role model
      • Code of Practice
      • Appropriate presentation
      • Appropriate language
      • Professional Development
      • Personal Development
      • Appropriate content
        • LTPD/LTAD
        • Age & stage
        • Aspirations
    • Psychological & Physical Load
      • Too much physical load and you risk overloading your pupils, injury and lack of enjoyment; too little physical load and you will rob the performer from developing the necessary agility, balance, coordination and speed (ABCs) required to enjoy all physical activities.
      • Characteristics of physical load:
        • Improve physical condition of players
        • Help players better assimilate techniques and tactics
        • Avoid fatigue and burnout
        • Help players perform better during games
    • Psychological & Physical Load
      • By the same principle too much psychological load can lead to confusion and mental fatigue; too little psychological load will prevent players from learning how to deal with stressful situations, problem solving and therefore may cause boredom and lack of commitment.
      • Characteristics of psychological load:
        • Improve players commitment to their sport
        • Novelty, variety and complexity
        • Stressful competitive situations
        • Opportunities to evaluate performance