This course is designed to give managers, coaches, trainers and athletes into the importance of concentration, attention and focus and the part they can play in sport. The ability to concentrate in the present time and to focus on the task as an individual performer or a member of a team is very important in achieving peak performance in sports. As most games or competitions can last from several minutes up to several hours depending on the sport, the ability to concentrate becomes more vital. During game time the athlete or player will switch his or her attention and concentration on and off repeatedly with the ebb and flow of the competition. Turning concentration on and off makes it more difficult to get into a rhythm. Total concentration occurs when an athlete becomes totally involved in the task, feels that time is suspended, and loses the sense of being separate from his or her surroundings (Edger 2011).
This course discusses all the aspects of attention span, concentration and focus needed for sport and it teaches the coach how to help athletes and players become better at concentrating and focusing on the performance.
The following topics are covered in this course:
This course is delivered in modular format.
As soon as you gain entry to the course all the course content is accessible.
The course will contain a series of topics. We encourage participants to study them in the order presented.
Course Assessment must be attempted before the final 5 days of enrolment.
Assessment for the course is by MCQ. This MCQ contains 20 questions.
Each question will have 4 possible answers.
Some questions will have more than one correct answer.
A MCQ can only be attempted ONCE. It is your responsibility to ensure that mobile phones are turned-off and you should seek to be alone for the duration of the MCQ.
The MCQ for this course can take up to 45 minutes.
In the case of failing an MCQ arrangements will be made to allow a second attempt.
As soon as you have submitted the Course MCQ, you are asked to email email@example.com to let us know that you have completed the course.
Certificates will be posted out within 10 days of successful course completion
Each participant is enrolled for 60 days and are given this period in which to complete the course and the end of course assessment.
Emails will be sent automatically to participants with the final 15 days of the course to remind them to complete the course or to ask for an extension.
If one has problems with completing the course in 60 days, they are asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org for an extension. The request must arrive before the 5th last day of enrolment.