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You can learn a lot by looking outside your own sport for coaching inspiration. Subscribe to Coaching Edge, and whatever your sport, you will learn something new from this convenient and time-saving form of continuing personal development (CPD) that you can access when and where you please.
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"The diversity of the articles covered in Coaching Edge helps me to see many different points of view and coaching in different sports."
Neil Troth, Level 1 rugby league, rugby union and football coach
"Coaching Edge really does cater for all levels of coaches, working with every conceivable age group and ability level".
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Coaching Edge is packed full of:
- insightful analysis
Pick up useful coaching tips using the easy reference pull-out boxes – The Coach’s Edge – that analyse and summarise the key points in the articles.
- informative articles
Including advice on different coaching methods, such as how to coach specific groups (eg children).
- coaching news
Helping you keep your finger on the pulse in the world of coaching.
- inspirational interviews
Learn from some of sport’s best grass-roots and elite-level coaches from different sports.
What’s inside the new issue of Coaching Edge?
Winter 2017/18: Issue 50
In this landmark issue of Coaching Edge we look back at past issues and reflect; on the difference London 2012 made on the sporting landscape in the UK, felt deeply but far from exclusively by the coaching community. Onhow the role of a coach has evolved and expanded in the last 12 years. And reflect, most importantly, on yourself and your development. You'll also find articles on:
Hogg's Heroes... The story behind Scotland and two time British and Irish Lions rugby union international Stuart Hogg's award-winning chain of coaches.
Active Ageing... We speak to the coaches in Kirklees who take physical activity into the community.
A Coach's Coach...A key evolution in the sporting landscape since Coaching Edge began in 2005 is the importance placed on coach developers. Talking us through those changes in Karen Roberts, Performance Projects Manager at British Judo.
Korea Opportunities... With PyeongChang 2018 representing the greatest chance of British success in generations, how is the coaching team holding up under that pressure? We went to meet them and find out.
Inspire Good Behaviour... The conduct of your participants can make or break a session. With all that at stake, Coaching Edge finds answers to the question of bad behaviour.
Trusting in Netball... We explore the difference a group of volunteer coaches are making around the world, where netball is the gateway to altogether more serious matters.
Coaching Moments in 2017... In a historic year for the sector, we pick out some highlights from 2017
ConnectedCoaches... Former Talent Identification Manager at the Football Association Nick Levett shares his coaching top tips.
Plus a roundup of the 2017 UK Coaching Awards where we celebrated the good and the great in our industry. And much more!
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