The Development of an Undergraduate Competency-Based Coach Education Program

in The Sport Psychologist
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This article discusses the development of a university undergraduate competencybased coach education program in Canada, namely the Baccalaureate in Sport Intervention (BIS) at Laval University in Quebec City. It addresses program development in three phases: (a) design (b) implementation, and (c) evaluation. It discusses how decisions made regarding the program relate to current research on coaching, coach education, and sport psychology. This article offers an example of how competency-based training for coach education can be implemented within a university setting in a way that addresses some of the primary concerns in the literature on coach education.

The authors are with the Department of Physical Education at Laval University, Québec (Qc) Canada G1K 7P4. E-mail: guylaine.demers@fse.ulaval.ca; andrea.woodburn@fse.ulaval.ca; claude.savard@fse.ulaval.ca.

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