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Aim: By the end of this session student will Identify what psychological skills training programmes are and the assessments needed to complete them (P5 Links with assignment 4) Objectives: By the end of this session students will Identify what psychological skills programmes are. Describe the main phases used when producing a PST. Assemble a needs analysis for a member of the group.
What are the factors Environment: Personal that can affect cohesion. Leadership How can they affect Team team cohesion. Autocratic – ‘do this’, ‘do it like this’. What are the three Democratic – ‘How do you think main leadership styles? we can do this’. Laissez-faire – ‘here the problem/ you solve it’.
Question: - We all know that How do we get better at training helps our the sports we play? performance. However, often people train to improve their physical skills and forget about improving their psychological skills.
Have you ever turned These are all situations up to a game and where effective thought ‘I can’t be psychological training bothered today?’ programmes might have helped. This involves the acquisition and development of a range of skills. These are designed to improve performance over time.
Education: Teaching the athlete why PST is beneficial. Acquisition: Learning different psychological skills. Practice: Providing opportunities to use techniques in competition. What does each phase mean?
Before deciding on what the athlete wants to achieve during their PST programme, they need to carry out an initial assessment. This can be achieved through: Interviews - semi-structured interviews are often best. Questionnaires – levels of different psychological factors. (ACSI – Sheet) Performance profiling – (Practical team sports.)
The ACSI is a questionnaire that rates an athlete’s psychological skills. Coping Peaking Goal settling Mental preparation Concentration Confidence Achievement motivation Coach ability.
After the initial assessment has been completed, the needs analysis should be completed. This is a written document that outlines what the athlete’s main strengths and areas for improvement and some initial suggestions of what they can improve. From this analysis, you can start to put together the aims and objectives.
Working in pairs use the scale on the back of the sheet, calculate your skills. Now complete a needs analysis for your partner.
From your needs analysis what are the main strengths and area for improvements. What are the three main areas needed in order to compete a PST. What does each area represent.
Aim: By the end of this session student will Identify what psychological skills training programmes are and the assessments needed to complete them Objectives: By the end of this session students will Identify what psychological skills programmes are. Describe the main phases used when producing a PST. Assemble a needs analysis for a member of the group.