In the page you will information on the modules of the online course of Replay 2.0, a project financed by the EU program for education, training, youth and sport – ERASMUS+.
At the resources section of the University of Belgrade website you will find the link to the online course, comprising five modules each containing (1) text learning materials, (2) video learning materials, and (3) a quiz (quizzes).
You need to answer all the questions in the quiz correctly for each module to go to the next one. There are no restrictions on the number of attempts to finish each quiz. After completing the first module, the following module learning materials will show on the screen below the one you completed. To view how to use the course, read the user manual.
Good luck, and we hope you will enjoy studying all the materials!
The course has the following modules:
The purpose of this pre-module is for both the mentor and mentee to gain knowledge and understanding of the role of a mentor, the benefits of gaining a mentor for both the mentor and mentee as well as to provide some tips on how to build an effective mentor-mentee relationship.
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2. Children’s rights – Safeguarding and protecting children and young athletes
This material is made by a team of experts from Umeå University (Sweden).
📚 This module will cover what children’s rights in sports are and how to understand how rights can be implemented in the work as a coach to make the sport environment a safe place for young athletes. This module embrace how young coaches can develop a protective coaching practice and how to deal with risk situations that may occur in the sport context.
3. Inclusive Skills – Playing together to live together: make your coaching more inclusive!
This material is created by a team of experts from GEA Coop Sociale (Italy) and Big Bang Ballers (France).
📚 All the learning materials in this module aim to help coaches make their activities more inclusive – this means that they must open up their sports sessions to all, regardless of social, age or motor skills (disability) differences.
4. Working with athletes – How to manage challenging behaviour? How to promote children and youth’s positive development?
This module is made by a team of experts from University of Maia and Polytechnique Institute of Maia (Portugal)
📚 Learning materials in this module aim to enhance the capacity of Young Coaches to deal with challenging behaviours and to enhance the capacity of Young Coaches to promote social inclusion through grassroots sport.
5. Applied Sport Sciences 🏆 – Planning training programs. Supporting athletes in pressured situation
This module is made by a team of experts from ASD Margherita Sport e Vita (Italy) and the University of Belgrade, Faculty of sport and Physical Education (Serbia).
📚 Learning materials in this module aim to provide practical knowledge on supporting athletes in pressured situations, raise awareness of the framework of creating pressure environments, and to use stress overcoming techniques. Also, this module is about the broad basis for acquiring and using knowledge in planning sports training programs for young or amateur athletes.
6. Other skills – Showing good leadership to athletes. Communication skills. Assessing socio-psychological skills
This module is made by a team of experts from the GEA Coop Sociale (Italy), University of Umea (Sweden) and from the Union of Sportive Federations of Catalonia (Spain).
📚 Learning materials in this module aims to provide you some foundational knowledge on how best to communicate effectively with those in your coaching environment, whether that be with your athletes, other coaches and/or parents. Also, in this module you will learn how to (1) identify psychosocial skills, (2) assess these skills in order to improve and promote them in the team of children and young people with vulnerable backgrounds, and (3) how to better understand team members and develop these skills through sport.