05 16 2014

The Participants of Module 3 in India get on the Pitch

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It’s already day two of Module 3 in Mumbai. Today’s activities took mostly place outside. The Young Coaches prepared a little tournament for the morning. Unfortunately the 60 kids that were invited to come didn’t show up. Therefore the QPR and Leverkusen Coaches had to come up with a back-up plan.

Under the instruction of QPR’s Jesse and Martino the Young Coaches learned a couple more games to play with the kids. In the meantime Leverkusen’s Peter and Frederik prepared agility exercises that the Young Coaches can use while coaching elder kids in their community.

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Warm-up games

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More warm-up games

With an agility ladder made out of leaves and rocks the training got started. It was also good to see how the Young Coaches developed their skills since the last Module. Even the coaches from QPR joined the Young Coaches and taught about agility.

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After lunch – again at the Don Bosco-School – some of the kids showed up after all. Now the Young Coaches had to come up with activities for those kids. Due to the heat the organized tournament could not take place. Nevertheless the Young Coaches had some good ideas and the kids enjoyed themselves.

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Playful afternoon with some kids from the area

In the later afternoon the two coaches from QPR talked about seeking assistance when a child in a Young Coach’s community has problems. The Young Coaches named many foundations and other possible supporters. With that exercise they could learn from their peers about organizations they didn’t know before. During the second part the topic problem solving was discussed. They proposed a three-step model: realize – analyze – act. In groups of two, the Young Coaches had to give an example of a problem they actually faced or the might face during their work as a coach.

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Where can a Young Coach find support?

Tomorrow the Young Coaches will spend more time inside again, and learn about communication skills and give their feedback about the past modules they attended. We’re looking forward to it!

 

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