The sector requires that this unit be assessed in the context of badminton.
It may also only be awarded by an Ofqual-accredited awarding organisation that has agreement with the appropriate Governing Body(s) of Sport for badminton.
To complete this unit learners are required to evidence:
? the delivery of ten coaching session for badminton; five of which must be linked and progressive to a group, three linked and progressive to an individual and two observed sessions, which must include a group. The planned sessions must be of a minimum of 60 minutes sessions.
? the observed delivery of a minimum of two badminton coaching sessions, by an appropriately qualified assessor. These sessions must be observed for a minimum of 20 minutes.
All sessions must be drawn from the Level 2 technical syllabus developed for badminton.
Within this unit the following breadth of knowledge is expected to be assessed:
? Participant(s) – individuals, groups, people with particular needs
? Coaching methods – demonstration, explanation, questioning, peer tutoring, feedback and refinement, setting appropriate activities, command and response