Question

  • Tell us what you know about Diddikicks...

  • Tell us about your coaching experiences that are relevant to this role?

  • What are your reasons for applying for this position and what do you feel you can bring to the role?

  • This post involves motivating young people to become and stay involved in sport. How would you enthuse and motivate young children in your coaching sessions?

  • During a coaching session you have a participant who is reluctant to join in with the activities. What would you do?

  • Which areas of your coaching would you like to develop and why?

  • When would you be able to start with Diddikicks?

  • Can you provide 2 references to support your application?

  • Reference Detail

  • Do you have your own transport?

  • Do you have any holidays booked?

  • Designing a Diddikicks game.....? Score (Key points- Themed, Aimed at 2.5yrs, simple, creative, imaginative & Diddikicks style game)

Practical Assessment

  • Each candidate should be marked on the following criteria, scoring 0-5. Please enter notes against each point when the criteria has been demonstrated and score across the whole session.

  • Communication Skills (Body Language, Eye Contact, Confidence)

  • Ability (Lead/Coach, Self Motivated, Gets Involved)

  • Timekeeping (Early, On time, Late)

  • Interaction with Children (Conversation, Effort, Attempts to form relationships)

  • Following of session plan (Follows instruction, Listens to coaches, adapts based on needs of children)

Interviewee Details

  • Area?

  • Stadium ?

  • DBS Checked?

  • Hire?

  • Summary?

  • Phone Number?

  • Email?

  • Kit Size?

  • Home Address

Completion

  • Notes

  • Interviewer Signature

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