BI Coach Level 1

Who is it for?

This is the second step on the coaching qualification ladder in Ireland. The course is designed for those people who have a basic level of badminton experience and knowledge, who wish to coach at school or club level.

Delivery & resources:

The course is normally delivered over 2 weekends (32 hours contact time) plus independant study and practical assignments. The material for the course will be given to candidates in electronic format. Resources consist of the following:

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Theme

Details

Module 6

Movement cycle, Movement patterns

Start phase, approach phase, hitting phase, recovery phase, forehand forecourt, backhand forecourt, forehand rear court, backhand rear court

Module 7

Hitting/stroke skills, Backhand forecourt shots, serving, Forehand forecourt shots, Mid-court shots, Forehand overheads, Backhand corner

 

 

Introduction, biomechanics, grips, forehand low, forehand flick, forehand high, backhand low, backhand flick, forehand net shot, forehand net flick, forehand net kill, backhand net shot, backhand net lift, backhand net kill, backhand block off body, backhand drive, forehand drive, forehand clear, forehand smash, forehand drop shot, forehand pull drop shot, backhand clear, backhand pull drop shot

Module 8

Tactics - singles tactics, doubles tactics, mixed tactics

Introduction, singles introduction, serve and return, rallying, doubles introduction, women’s serve and returns, women’s doubles rallying, men’s doubles serve and return, men’s doubles rallying, mixed introduction, mixed doubles serve and return, mixed doubles rallying

Module 9

Physical

Components of fitness, warm up, cool down

Booking:

  1. Find a suitable date and location on the Coaching Calendar
  2. Please click here to download and send the application form
  3. Make payment to confirm place (click pay now to view membership discounts)

Payment options: bank details for tranfer linked here, online click pay now, cheques payable to 'Badminton Ireland'

Contact: coaching@badmintonireland.com

What does it qualify me to do?

The course provides coaches with the fundamental knowledge and skills to coach badminton. You will also be able to coach club badminton and the award is recognised within the BI Clubmark programme. Areas covered include; What to coach: technical, physical, tactical elements, and How to coach: coaching principles, coaching styles, coaching methodology, planning, and evaluation.

Outcomes and assessment:  

Candidates must be able to demonstrate basic coaching competencies through effective planning, delivery, review and evaluation of linked coaching sessions. All work must be complete and submitted to Badminton Ireland within 3 months of the end of the 4 days contact time.