Coromandel Instructors Training Course

Event Details

Sun 30 Nov 9:00AM
Whenuakite School, 1055 Tairua Whitianga Road, Whenuakite, RD 1, Whitianga, Eastern - Coromandel

Event Contact:

Sarah Leppard

Tel: 0276 344 728

Email: sarah.leppard@surflifesaving.org.nz

<p class="text"><span style="line-height: 1.4em;">The Instructors Course is the compulsory first step for Surf Lifeguards to gain the Instructors Award and become instructors for the Surf Lifeguard Award (SLA) and/or the Senior Lifeguard Award (SLA-IRBD). The course enables members to obtain relevant theory about instruction and teaching so it can be utilised when training members.</span></p> <p class="text">The Instructors Award/s are pre requisites for the relevant Examiners Award/s.</p> <p>Pre requisites:</p> <ul> <li>16 years of age for SLA, 18 for SLA-IRBD</li> <li>Current member of a SLS club</li> <li>SLA or SLA-IRBD</li> </ul> <p class="text">Duration: One day</p> <p class="text">Delivered by: Regional facilitators</p> <p class="text">Who should attend: Anyone interested in getting started as an instructor.</p> <p>Candidate requirements:</p> <p>To successfully gain either Instructors Award</p> <ul> <li>Fully participate in the course and complete the workbook.</li> <li>Successfully put 4 candidates through the relevant qualification.</li> </ul> <p class="text">Topics Covered</p> <ol> <li>Introduction to the Member Education Framework</li> <li>Planning</li> <li>Risk Management</li> <li>Learning Principles</li> <li>Being an Effective Instructor</li> <li>Effective Questioning</li> <li>Feedback</li> <li>Communicating with candidates</li> <li>Evaluating the Lesson</li> <li>Readiness for Assessment</li> </ol> <p class="text">Outcomes</p> <p class="text">At the completion of the qualification candidates will be able to:</p> <ol> <li>Prepare for lessons and implement lesson plans and sequences.</li> <li>Create a safe physical environment conducive to learning/training.</li> <li>Communicate with candidates/athletes.</li> <li>Identify and apply effective questioning techniques.</li> <li>Evaluate own instruction.</li> <li>Identify and apply learning styles and identify and reduce learning barriers.</li> <li>Prepare candidates for assessment.</li> <li>Identify the roles and responsibilities of an instructor.</li> </ol> <p><span>(Whenuakite School is located before the turn off to Hot Water Beach)</span></p> <table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" style="width: 999px;"> <tbody> <tr> <td width="302" valign="top"> <p><strong>Need more information?</strong></p> </td> <td width="697"> <p>Contact Sarah Leppard, Club &amp; Membership Development Manager, Eastern Region</p> <p><a href="mailto:sarah.leppard@surflifesaving.org.nz">sarah.leppard@surflifesaving.org.nz</a>&nbsp;<span style="line-height: 1.4em;">or 027 6344728</span></p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> Development

Description

The Instructors Course is the compulsory first step for Surf Lifeguards to gain the Instructors Award and become instructors for the Surf Lifeguard Award (SLA) and/or the Senior Lifeguard Award (SLA-IRBD). The course enables members to obtain relevant theory about instruction and teaching so it can be utilised when training members.

The Instructors Award/s are pre requisites for the relevant Examiners Award/s.

Pre requisites:

  • 16 years of age for SLA, 18 for SLA-IRBD
  • Current member of a SLS club
  • SLA or SLA-IRBD

Duration: One day

Delivered by: Regional facilitators

Who should attend: Anyone interested in getting started as an instructor.

Candidate requirements:

To successfully gain either Instructors Award

  • Fully participate in the course and complete the workbook.
  • Successfully put 4 candidates through the relevant qualification.

Topics Covered

  1. Introduction to the Member Education Framework
  2. Planning
  3. Risk Management
  4. Learning Principles
  5. Being an Effective Instructor
  6. Effective Questioning
  7. Feedback
  8. Communicating with candidates
  9. Evaluating the Lesson
  10. Readiness for Assessment

Outcomes

At the completion of the qualification candidates will be able to:

  1. Prepare for lessons and implement lesson plans and sequences.
  2. Create a safe physical environment conducive to learning/training.
  3. Communicate with candidates/athletes.
  4. Identify and apply effective questioning techniques.
  5. Evaluate own instruction.
  6. Identify and apply learning styles and identify and reduce learning barriers.
  7. Prepare candidates for assessment.
  8. Identify the roles and responsibilities of an instructor.

(Whenuakite School is located before the turn off to Hot Water Beach)

Need more information?

Contact Sarah Leppard, Club & Membership Development Manager, Eastern Region

sarah.leppard@surflifesaving.org.nz or 027 6344728