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Curious Coaches' Club: How to Adapt Coaching for Mixed Ability Groups

Premier League Coach Educator and Lead Tutor at UK Coaching Paul Hughes, Sports Advisor at the Special Olympics Eurasia Louise McSweeney and Coach Development Workforce Officer at UK Coaching Esther Jones discuss adapting coaching practices to cater for mixed ability groups

In this session, Premier league Coach Educator and Lead Tutor at UK Coaching Paul Hughes, Sports Advisor at the Special Olympics Eurasia Louise McSweeney and Coach Development Workforce Officer at UK Coaching Esther Jones discuss adapting coaching practices to cater for mixed ability groups.

The discussion covers what adaptation means in coaching and why it is important. The panel also explore tools to help you consider how to adapt your practices and activities for the people you work with and share experiences along the way.

As we return to face-to-face coaching, there has never been a better time to consider how to meet the needs of a wider range of people.

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Each week, the Curious Coaches' Club brings experts together for a weekly coaching conversation

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