Trampoline Gymnastics Level 1

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Trampoline Gymnastics Level 1

Trampoline Gymnastics Level 1

This course is currently being delivered virtually.

This course will qualify you to be an assistant coach for trampoline gymnastics. 

Trampoline gymnastics is an amazing discipline to coach. Participants perform spectacular routines made up of impressive somersaults, twists and  jumps. Your role is to support and develop these skills for participants to enjoy. You get to work with mixed age groups, and both male and female participants.

Many of our level 1 coaches are parents, teachers, gymnasts, or coaches of other disciplines. 

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Skills Matrix
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Who is this Aimed at:

People who are engaged with gymnastics and wish to develop their knowledge further and get involved in coaching.

Pre Requisites:

Learners must be at least 16 years old on the first day of the course.

What To Expect:

An informative course that develops all aspects of coaching, including ‘how to coach’ as well as discipline specific knowledge and practical experience through post-course activities.

Delivery Method:

Tutor-led sessions, online activities and post-course mentored supporting activities:

Virtual course delivery structure:
Session 1 – 4 hours
Session 2 – 3-4 hours
Session 3 – 3-4 hours
Session 4 – 3-4 hours
Session 5 – Virtual assessment and professional discussion 

Please note to join the course you must do so on a laptop or computer. Unfortunately, mobile devices do not support the platform functionality and you will not be able to fully engage with the course. If a mobile device is your only option, please contact your course organiser as this will affect your ability to take part in the online course.

Do I Need To Bring Participants:

Sessions 1 – 4: You will not require participants for these sessions as they are virtually led by the tutor. You will need to use gymnasts for the post-course activities and when working with your mentor to gain knowledge and experience in your practical sessions.

Session 5 Virtual Assessment – Minimum of three required for the recording of the assessment video. Please ensure one gymnast is able to perform the complete skills in your interim skills matrix box (with or without support).

Do I Need To Find A Mentor:

Your mentor will be someone to help you throughout the post-course activities and to support your development of gymnastics knowledge and the delivery methods such as the ‘How to Coach’ skills.

Before you enrol onto the course you will need to find a mentor. Your mentor is required to hold a minimum of a Level 2 coaching qualification, or equivalent, within the same discipline.

What Resources Are Included:

1st4Sport logbook, discipline specific resource pack, and online resources. 

Price:

£259 for British Gymnastics members who hold a minimum of Silver membership at the time of enrolment onto the course (£359 for all other candidates).

Virtual course costs include the delivery of virtual sessions and initial virtual assessment; any further virtual assessments will incur additional charges.

Outcomes:

By the end of this course you will:

  • Begin to apply the 'How to Coach' skills
  • Understand how to use and build up progressions for discipline specific skills
  • Know your ethical coaching responsibilities
  • Know your safety responsibilities
  • Know how to move and set up equipment safely for your session
  • Recognise muscles and how they work
  • Describe the principles of group organisation and communication
  • Appreciate the principles of safe support
  • Know the structure and purpose of preparation for activity
  • Understand basic biomechanical principles
  • Appreciate the need for different learning styles

Common Core Theory:

  • Ethical coaching responsibilities
  • Safety in coaching
  • Group organisation
  • Physical, cognitive and emotional development
  • Basic anatomy and physiology
  • Basic nutrition and healthy living
  • Biomechanical principles
  • Erection and dismantling of apparatus
  • Principles of supporting and spotting

Fitness and Well-being - Physical Preparation:

  • Warm up
  • Flexibility training
  • Basic conditioning
  • Additional conditioning exercises

Individual Skills:

  • Landings and controlling the trampoline bed
  • Jumping and stopping: straight, tucked, piked and straddled jumps
  • Seat landings; front landings and back landings
  • Jump with ½ and full twist
  • Twists into body landings
  • Twists from body landings
  • Twists between body landings
  • Forwards and backwards rolls
  • Hands and knees turnover to back
  • ¾ forwards somersault to back
  • Simple drills and routines using the above skill

Note: Level 1 coaches are not qualified to support somersaults without another assistant coach. However with additional training, the assistant coach may assist a more highly qualified coach to support somersaults.

 

Assessment Method:

Practical video submission– including planning and delivering an allocated interim skills matrix box. This will be completed in your own gymnastics’ environment under the supervision of your mentor.

Logbook – completed electronically and includes both theoretical and delivery tasks.

Professional Discussion – you will complete a virtual professional discussion with your assessor following submission of your logbook and video to enable self-reflection, feedback, and any subsequent action plans. Your overall assessment result will be provided here.

How Long Until I Am Fully Qualified:

Typically it takes four months to become qualified. However, you have up to one year from Day 1 of the virtual course to complete the qualification if your first attempt at assessment is not successful.

When Is My Assessment:

Your assessment date has been pre-set as per the virtual course dates. See the ‘find a course’ page for available virtual courses and dates.

You will be assessed on your ability to:

  • Plan a session for all skills within your allocated skills box, issued six weeks prior to the assessment
  • Deliver the activities and skills presented in bold type 

You need to use at least three participants within your practical video submission.

This skills matrix is valid for virtual courses & assessments starting from April 2021.

Box 1

Warm-up (5 minutes)

Roller (10 minutes)

Hands and knees turnover to back landing (10 minutes)

¾ forwards somersault to back (10 minutes)

Front landing, to feet, straddle jump, seat landing, to feet (10 minutes)

½ twist jump, front landing, to feet, straddle jump, seat landing, to feet (10 minutes)

Full twist, straddle jump, ½ twist to seat landing, ½ twist to feet, ½ twist jump (10 minutes)

Cool-down (5 minutes)

Box 2

Warm-up (5 minutes)

½ twist to back landing, to feet (10 minutes)

¾ forwards somersault to back (10 minutes)

Seat landing, full twist to feet (10 minutes)

½ twist jump, pike jump, back landing, ½ twist to feet (10 minutes)

Full twist, straddle jump, ½ twist jump, tuck jump, seat landing, ½ twist to feet (10 minutes)

Cool-down (5 minutes)

Box 3

Warm-up (5 minutes)

½ twist to back landing (10 minutes)

¾ forwards somersault to back (10 minutes)

Hands and knees turnover to back landing (10 minutes)

½ twist jump, tuck jump, pike jump, back landing, to feet (10 minutes)

Seat landing, ½ twist to feet, tuck jump, pike jump, back landing, ½ twist to feet (10 minutes)

Tuck jump, seat landing, ½ twist to feet, ½ twist jump, pike jump (10 minutes)

Cool-down (5 minutes)

Box 4

Warm-up (5 minutes)

Forwards roll (10 minutes)

Seat landing to front landing (10 minutes)

¾ forwards somersault to back (10 minutes)

Straddle jump, seat landing, ½ twist to seat landing, ½ twist to feet, tuck jump (10 minutes)

Pike jump, back landing, 1/2 twist to feet, tuck jump, ½ twist jump (10 minutes)

½ twist jump, pike jump, ½ twist to front landing, to feet (10 minutes)

Cool-down (5 minutes)

Download this Skills Matrix TRA National Development Plan 2019.pdf

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