Evidence Based Coaching Practice
Postgraduate | UND-HLTH6014 | 2024
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- 14 July 2024
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- 13 weeks
- Start dates
- 22 July 2024
Evidence Based Coaching Practice
About this subject
On completion of this course students should be able to achieve the following learning outcomes:
- Critically appraise literature and contemporary concepts relevant to research in coaching and leadership
- Design a substantial research-based piece of scholarship using specialised knowledge and technical skills.
- Display appropriate standards of technical and ethical conduct in professional practice and research
- Communicate using advanced communication skills that support knowledge transfer to specialist and non-specialist audiences
- Evidence based decision making
- Research design
- Statistical analysis
- Research communication
Strong theoretical knowledge and evidence based decision making should be adopted by practitioners to optimise athletes and/or teams for success. This course aims to provide students with a research-based learning experience, which involves the opportunity to investigate an area of relevance to the industry. Students will research a topic of interest, critically analyse relevant theories, concepts and/or data, and communicate the outcomes and its application in a meaningful way to a variety of audiences. Students will apply knowledge and skills developed in previous courses to address a specific area of interest, with the results of their enquiry communicate to broad audience.
- Literature Review (20%)
- Project Proposal (60%)
- Practical Exam/Quiz (20%)
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The University of Notre Dame Australia is committed to delivering an excellent student experience, alongside a high standard of teaching, research, and training. As a leader in ethical education, Notre Dame aims to develop students’ critical reasoning and their ability to make ethical decisions—crucial skills to progressing their careers and leading purposeful lives. At Notre Dame, students navigate their future with an ethical education online.
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