Recreation Leadership

ADL - Academy for Distance Learning
Distancia

£ 325 - (Rs 28,003)
+ VAT

Important information

  • Vocational qualification
  • Distance learning
  • 100 hours of class
  • When:
    Flexible
Description

. Starting out in the recreation industry? An excellent starting point for anyone wishing to work in the field of recreation - conducting recreation programs or one to one as a recreation or youth leader. This module will develop knowledge and understanding of leadership qualities of the fitness workers in the industry.
None

Important information
Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
Flexible
Distance Learning

What you'll learn on the course

Fitness
Team Building
Leadership
IT
Industry
Team Training
Communication Training
Skills and Training

Course programme

Lesson Structure: Recreation LeadershipRecreation Leadership VRE100

There are 7 lessons:

Introduction to Leadership
Naure, scope and purpose
Leadership in Recreation
Leadership Concepts
Four Framewor Leadership Model
Scope of Leadership
Leisure Leadership
Negligence -Legal Liability
Providing Protection
Understanding Legal Requirements and Controls
Qualities of a Recreaqtion Leader
Leadership Characteristics/Qualities
Effective Leadership
Leadership Styles
How People become Leaders
Situational Leadership Theory
Life Cycle Leadership
The Blake and Mouton Managerial Grid
Informal Leadership
Inspirational Theories
Path Goal Theory
Instrumental Theories
Motivation
Maslows Theory of Motivation
Poor Leadership
Interpersonal Relationships
Interpersonal Skills
Dealing with Problem Situations
Stubborn Clients
Clients who do not Listen
Assertion or Aggression
Body Language
Types of Non Verbal Communication
Communication Skills
Principles of Communication
Leadership Communication
Understanding Communication Barriers -culture, senses, perception, wellbeing, etc
Micommunication
Listening
Gaining attention
Questioning
Feedback
Public Speaking
Telephone Skills
Team Building
Leading Effective Teams
Team Benefits
Ways to Start a Team
The Elements of a Team,
Problems and solving Team Problems
Types of Team Members
Leadership Responsibilities
Team Leadership
Shared Leadership
Democratic Leadership
Relationship Building with Clients
Loyal Customers
Discount Customers
Needs Based Customers
Impulse Customers
Physical Factors
Systematic and Lateral Thinking
Think of the Right Approach
Understanding Cognition
Lateral Thinking
Systematic Thinking
Winin Negotiation
Applications
Significance of leadership.
Role and tasks of leadership.
Integration of factual information with theoretical information to derive a sensible solution to a leadership problem in a sensible timeframe.
Planning the development and building of the team to achieve these aims.
Planning actions for sustaining and motivating the team to achieve the aims.
Information on a plan of action to organize events
Learning Goals: Recreation Leadership VRE100

Describe the nature and scope of Leadership.
Determine the qualities which are required in a leader, in different leadership situations, including the workplace, recreation industries and developmental applications.
Manage interpersonal relationships in support of effective leadership.
Communication leadership messages effectively to those you lead.5. Team Building.
Explain methods that may be used for effective team building by a leader.
Select appropriate thought processes to follow in order to deal with different leadership problems.
Lead teams through innovative and creative processes
Practicals:

Interview 2 different types of leaders, selected from any two of the following types:
Youth Leader
Play Leader
Fitness Leader
President of a Social Club
Sporting Team Captain or Coach
President of some other type of club or organisation (eg. Garden Club, Elderly Citizens Club).
Any other type of Recreation Leader
Ask them the following questions, and keep a note of their answers:
Do they consider themselves a leader?
What skills do they consider necessary for leading people?
Do they think that they are skilled in leadership? Why?
Do they believe that leadership is an inherent quality or something that they have learned?
Observe two leaders, eg. fitness leaders, social leaders, scouts leaders etc.

Observe their performance and attempt to identify ways in which they apply the specific leadership skills which you have read about. Make a note of any techniques you note being used, which you feel could be useful to you in the future.

Additional information

Research, Life Coach
ASIQUAL