Programme overview

The Diploma in Sports Coaching is a diploma-level course. The diploma course takes around one year. It is a system of instruction or training for athletes or those who participate in sports. The course syllabus helps a wide range of people develop their performance, skills, and physical fitness while also maximising their potential. Various topics such as sports science, coaching science, and physiology, among many others, are covered in this course. After completion of this course, candidates can either seek employment in their chosen field or continue their studies. It is provided on a part-time basis by various colleges and universities. Through this course, candidates may also improve their communication style and sportsmanship techniques both on and off the field.

  • 1 Years

    Duration of Program

  • Diploma

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Experienced Faculty.
Excellent Sports Facilities.
The Curriculum of International Repute.
Special Training for the outstanding sportsperson.
100% placement record.

How will you benefit

The courses will provide a clear understanding of the scientific techniques, strategies, and specific knowledge in the chosen disciplines to the students.
The Department of Advance Training and Coaching provides the opportunity for the candidates to enhance and develop quality in their professional practise and prepares them for the world of high-performance coaching.
Students will engage in work-based learning experiences that promote and encourage analysis and critical reflection on current coaching practises and contexts.
They will develop expertise and knowledge in leadership, management, and relationship building, as well as an understanding of the fundamental principles of science and practise, which will serve as a theoretical backdrop for professional practise.

What will you study

Various topics such as sports science, coaching science, and physiology, among many others, are covered in this course.

After completing this course, candidates can either seek employment in their chosen field or continue their studies.

This area covers coaching techniques, training methodologies, periodization, skill acquisition, session planning, and the evaluation of coaching effectiveness.

Students gain knowledge about sports organisation structures, funding models, policies, legal aspects, and sports governance.

  • The ability to search, collect, analyse, and organise information, concepts, and ideas and to convey those ideas clearly and fluently, both theoretically and practically, in coaching
  • Students will be able to identify and describe the contours and stakes of Basketball.
  • Students will learn about various methods and their implementation in Basketball training.
  • The knowledge and respect of ethics and ethical standards in relation to the organisation of Sessions effectively and efficiently
  • Help the students analyse major competition performances and utilise that knowledge for their success.

  • At the end of the programme, the learner should have acquired the listed knowledge and skills.
  • Identify the manpower, infrastructure, and other resources required to run a community-level sports coaching programme.
  • Develop a sports coaching programme at the community level.
  • Create need-based assessments for participants.
  • Identify and report all emergencies, accidents, and safety breaches.
  • Create safety plans for the prevention of injuries.
  • Plan daily sports coaching sessions.
  • Deliver coaching sessions.
  • Conduct sports skill and fitness assessments.
  • Create assessment reports for the participants.
  • Monitor and evaluate coaching sessions.
  • Create programme reports.
  • Evaluate the coaching programme.

  • Develop a depth of integrated knowledge, critical perspectives, and skills (including research skills), which characterise sports coaching.
  • Utilise and apply sports coaching concepts, models, and practises to a variety of practical and theoretical situations.
  • Promote and demonstrate safe and ethical practises to help prepare students for a career in sports coaching.
  • Wide autonomy and independence in learning to lead and inspire change in the sports coaching sector
  • Engage effectively in analysis,reflection,n and evaluation of themselves and others. It should also be noted that because these aims are the guiding statements structuring the course, they can be explicitly dealt with in modules,while in other instances they are more implicitly referred to.




Sports coach
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10+2, The Age should be above 18 years as of July 1 of the year of admission.

Minimum participation in one National or state-equ...

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