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St.Maarten Sports Federation NSTCP Program 2011

St.Maarten Sports Federation NSTCP Program 2011

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  • 1. October/December2011Endorsement: Sport Lab And Fitness Institute (SLAFI)St.Maarten Sport Federation ( SMSF)COACHES Project NATIONAL SPORT TECHNICAL COACHING PROJECT[Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document.]<br />DIRECTOR<br />Mr. Franklyn CUFFY <br />SUB DIRECTOR<br />Mr. Aartwichgt BELL<br />COORDINATOR <br />Mr. Patricio BRIDGEWATER <br />FINANCIAL MANAGER<br />Ms. Kemmelie PAULA<br />DIR COMMUNICATION & NETWORK<br />Mr. Ives DANIEL <br />DIR OF COACHES<br />Mr. Tom BURNETT<br /> <br />MISSION<br />THE MISSION OF SLAFI, National Sport Technical Coaching Program (NSTCP) is to provide national coaches with the knowledge sport sciences and skills to plan, conducting, ethical aspects of coaching at all levels of competition and across multiple sports. The programs will focus on specializing coaches to educate the technological aspects to improve sports performance across a wide range of sports. The program will present theoretical foundations and practical applications for the further growth of sport and the Olympic and international sports standards. The intended result is for NSTCP coaches to complete their training, and curb the national sport development to a higher and consistence standard. They will be a national sport technician to their specific sports federation.<br />Program Structure<br />The National Sport Technical Coaching Program (NSTCP) is a certify and demanding coaches’ educational program consisting of lectures, projects, tutors, coaches presentations, group work, field trips, project planning and implementation. The program will consist of three (3) modules scheduled for two 2 months, the coaches will be having their academic lectures at the University of St.Maarten, then coaches will travel to Dominican Republic (international) and work with an international coach to their specific sport on the field, coaches will return back to St.Maarten and work with a tutor to develop a personal project that will be implemented for the benefit of their respective sport, finalizing the program with an examination. The NSTCP is open to coaches from all sports listed as follows:<br />Sports & Fitness Organizations<br />KINGDOM GAMESOthers Others TRACK & FIELDBOXINGPOOL BILLIARDBASEBALLCRICKET BODY BUILDINGBASKETBALLTAE KWONDOCYCLING SWIMMINGTENNISFENCING SOFTBALLTABLE TENNISGOLFSOCCERJUDOTRIATHLON VOLLEYBALLJUJITSU SAILING FITNESS DRAG RACING <br />Application Process<br />Applicant Profile:<br />Specific Coach (Kingdom Programme)<br />Coach / Instructor (Dutch or Registered)<br />International coach (abroad)<br />Specific Coach <br />The applicant with a sport scholarship must be a coach with the following characteristics. He or she must: <br />Coach to a specific sport association/federation of a sport for the kingdom Games Programme;<br />Must have a Dutch nationality <br />Having a official level II national coach recognized by the respective national/international association/Federation;<br />Must be active and able to prove two years coaching practical experience as a coach at national/international level<br />Must be fluent in reading, writing, and speaking in English, (speaking Spanish will be plus.)<br />The coach must be committed to returning and making an important and sustainable contribution to his or her sport of the Kingdom Games Programme movement through application of the knowledge and experienced gained from the program. They coaches will be selected on the basis of their background criteria’s.<br />Coach <br />Requirements: Level I & II and one (1) year coaching at national level. <br />Having a Dutch nationality or register <br />Certify level I & II coach of a respective association federation <br />Must be active and able to prove two years coaching practical experience as a coach at national/international level<br />Must be fluent in reading, writing, and speaking in English, (speaking Spanish will be plus.)<br />The coach must be committed to returning and making an important and sustainable contribution to his or her sport of their respectable sport on St. Maarten.<br />International coach<br />Requirements: Level I & II and one (1) year coaching at national level. <br />Must be member of their national sport federation <br />Certify level I & II coach of a respective sports federation <br />Must be active and able to prove two years coaching practical experience as a coach at national/international level<br />Must be fluent in reading, writing, and speaking in English, (speaking Spanish will be plus.)<br />The coach must be committed to returning and making an important and sustainable contribution to his or her sport of their respectable sport on to their country. .<br />Module I<br />The first module will be two weeks and take place on the campus of the University of St.Maarten. The module will consist of lectures, projects, guest speakers, participant presentations, group work, and project planning on the development of national coaching programs in their respective sport. <br />SPECIFIC TOPICS COVERED: (20hrs)<br />Coaches Code & Ethics (USM)<br />Coaching Principles Management relationships (USM)<br />Coaches First aid exercise (AMB DEPT)<br />Sports Medicine: Taping and Bracing (AMB DEPT)<br />Exercise Physiology: Understanding the Athlete (USM)<br />Exercise Physiology: Muscle Physiology (USM)<br />Exercise Physiology: Recover and Regeneration (USM)<br />Sports Nutrition: Competition Preparations<br />Strength and Conditioning: Core Stability/ planning and Periodization (USM)<br />Strength and Conditioning: Practical Application of Strength and Conditioning (GYM)<br />Module II<br />The second module will conduct in Dominican Republic whereby this will enables the coach to develop their coaching skills during an apprenticeship in their respective sport. The apprenticeship is designed so that the coaches have the opportunity to outline a Dominican National Team coach or an equivalent high-level club or university coach. The second module will give coaches the opportunity share and learn from new methods or applied technologies being utilized in their sport and acquire knowledge and information that can be shared upon returning to their country to further develop their sport. Coaches will continue to work on their projects during the apprenticeship and communicate with their assigned tutor. Upon completion of the apprenticeship, the participants will be required to prepare a brief report on their experience. <br />EXAMPLES OF APPRENTICESHIP SITES AND LECTURES (Dom rep 25hrs) :<br />DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Centro Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte campus <br />San-Pedro de Macorís Baseball Profesional ballpark sites <br />Anti-Doping Measures<br />Coaching Feedback/Exercise Physiology: Environmental Factors and Performance lectures <br />Strength and Conditioning: Exercise gym <br />Module 3<br />The third module will continue at the University of St. Maarten. The module will consist of a continuation on the development of the coach’s personal project and of the coaching education program through practical application of coaching methodologies taught by the ICECP Sport Performance Certify international sport technician.<br />SPECIFIC TOPICS COVERED: (12hrs)<br />Coaching Feedback (USM)<br />Peak Performance (USM)<br />Sport Psychology: Mental Preparation for Athletes and Coaches (USM)<br />Sources, Interpreting Research, Public Speaking, Making Effective (USM)<br />PowerPoint Presentations and SWOT Analysis project examination. (USM)<br />During the third module coaches will undergo an analysis of their projects by the expert board (made up of the University of St. Maarten, SMSF, and international coaching experts ICECP). The Coaches will receive recognition for the conclusion of the program based on the completion and/or implementation of their project. Successful Coaches will be awarded a Diploma of completion from the University of St.Maarten and the St. Maarten Sport Federation (SMSF), Dom Rep Olympic Committee after having undergone a public presentation of their projects<br />The last four days of the module will be dedicated to the coaching of the participants on their projects by their tutors, and will include a presentation by the participants on their proposed projects. There will be one tutor per three participant coaches. <br /> <br />2011 Program Dates and Cost<br />Program Dates: Application Deadline: 18, Octobers 2011 University of St. Maarten<br />Module I: 1st to 19th November 2011, University of St.Maarten (USM) <br />Module II: 20th to 27th November 2011, Dominican Republic Designated Apprenticeship Site <br />Module III: 29th November to 10th December 2011, University Of St. Maarten<br />SIX (6) WEEKS, 57 HOURS <br />UNIVERSITY CAMPUS: 30 HRS<br />GYM FACILITY: 2 HRS<br />DOM REP: 25 HRS <br />Program Cost: The program fee is USD 1,307,00 which includes the cost of tuition, shared abroad accommodation, meals, health insurance, and international transportation including the cost of air travel tax from St.Maarten to Dominican republic, . Accepted coaches will be provided with one (1) Polo uniform, one (1) T-shirt and a bag and project material of the NSTCP.<br />APPLICATION EVALUATION:<br />Location St. Maarten Sport Federation Office <br />Cannegieter Street, St. Maarten <br />From: 9:00am to 12: 00 pm: Mondays/ Wednesdays & Thursdays <br />The following payments procedures:<br />FIRST PAYMENT and registration must be made by the 18th of October, 2011: amount USD 457,- at The University of St. Martin (USM) <br />SECOND PAYMENT must be made by the 2nd of November, 2011: amount USD 425,- <br />THIRD PAYMENT and final payment must be paid before the 17th of November, 2011 amount USD 425,- <br />Contact: <br />Mr. Franklyn CUFFY<br />Director NSTCP <br />Cell 599-553 3510 <br />Email: info@cuffynstcp.com <br /> <br />Ms. Kemmelie PAULA <br />Financial Manager NSTCP<br />599-580 5578 / 599- 587 1551<br />Email: info@paulanstcp.com <br />NSTCP WEBSITE: www.info.nstcp.com<br />