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Talent Identification iin sports .pptx

  1. 1. Amity school of Physical Education and sports sciences SUBJECT CODE:– PEDU 208 SUBJECT:- Sports Training SUBMITED BY:- MR. YASHASVI ROLL NO:– A3013821069 SUBMITED TO:- Dr. Rajesh Dhauta Presentation on Talent identification
  2. 2. Coaching plays a significant role within the realm of talent identification infact it Has been suggested that key issues within the talent identification stage include having “many highly qualified and well educated coaches” and “a guarantee that these highly qualified and well educated coaches and worked with beginners and not only high level athletes.” Introduction
  3. 3. Talent Definition Talent is the adequate aptitude or ability in one direction, above the normal average. Someone who has talent is able to do some thing without trying hard.
  4. 4. Importance of talent identification • Discovery of the great talent • Recognition of the hidden talent • By recognizing the talent at the early stage the children can show their talent at their extreme • Talent identification helps in finding a big asset for the country
  5. 5. Components of Talent Identification Themaincomponents ofTalentID canbedividedintothefollowing categories: • Physiological • Physical • Psychological • Technical/Tactical • Results • Intangibles
  6. 6. Stages of pursuit of excellence
  7. 7. TALENT SELECTION Ongoing process of identifying at various stages :- individuals who demonstrate prerequisite levels of performance. TALENT DEVELOPMENT Providing athletes with a suitable learning environment so that talent can be realised. TALENT IDENTIFICATION Recognizing current participants with the potential to become elite performers Talent Detection Discovery of potential performers who are not currently involved in the sport in question
  8. 8. Steps for talent and its Promotion
  9. 9. Step I Aim: screening of children for basic training stage Screening done on the basis of :- 1.Health and physique 2.General physical performance capacity 3.Motives interests mental capabilities 4.Interests of parents etc.
  10. 10. Step-II After 3-4 years of basic training Aim:- selection for a group of sports (Advance training stage ) Selection based on the following A. Physique and Motor abilities B. Ability to tolerate load C. Performance D. Cognitive emotional and personality traits
  11. 11. Step-III After 3-4 year of advance traning Aim:- selection for a sport (high performance traning stage ) Selection based on the following :- 1.Physique 2.Performance and the potential for performance 3.Talent indicators 4.Cognitive ,emotional and personality traits
  12. 12. Dimensions of family dynamics during three phases of development (talent identification)
  13. 13. • Athlete increases commitment to one sport • Parents show great interest in child-athlete's sport • Parents demonstrate different behaviour toward each of their children • Younger sibling or twin shows bitterness and jealousy toward their older sibling's achievement Sampling Year (6-13 years) Specializing Year (13-15 years) Investment Year (15 and over)  Older sibling act as a role model of work ethic.  Parents provide opportunities for their children to enjoy sport  All children within a family participate in various extra- curricular activities  Parents recognise a "gift" in the child-athlete.  Athlete makes a commitment to one or two sports  Parents emphasize school and sport achievement to their child-athlete Parents make a financial and time commitment to their child-athlete  Parents develop growing interest in the child athlete's
  14. 14. Key factor for talent identification
  15. 15. Observation is the major key factor • Parents should be very observant of their child from a young age itself, to spot their areas of liking! Studies show that 90% of the human brain develops before the age of twelve. • Once these years pass away, the scope for enhancement of natural talents in children reduces greatly. • It is vital that the most is made out of the period before the age of twelve.
  16. 16. There are two relevant quotes which are ideal to describe the importance of this “Make hay while the sun shines” and “Strike while the iron is hot
  17. 17. Thank you

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