Why coach ?

Procedure for the coach training

The role of the FIPJP is to promote its specialities in the affiliated countries and those who could join. It cannot financially pay all claims that is why we propose a procedure that appears to us acceptable. The FIPJP must also encourage the development of training in each country correlate with international credentials, to keep harmony in the training content.
Training at all levels must alternate between theory and practice.

Level 1

This is the first level and it corresponds to the initiation and development in Petanque; concepts for the Provençal Game. The trainer must be able at the end of internship of 3 days to:

• Know the rules of game
• Organize a teaching on a given theme
• Build a cycle
• Have concepts to predict an annual plan
• Describe and demonstrate the gestures of bases
• Evaluate his work and his players

For this level we offer insofar as it has not had a training at the same level in the applicant countries:

• Support of the travel of the trainer by FIPJP
• Support of the accommodation by the requesting country
• Issuance of diplomas by the trainer, designated by the FIPJP

Level 2

It corresponds to the training of players. Students must be in possession of the 1St level or equivalent training. Course has a duration of 4 days.

The trainer must be able at the end of the formation to:

• Schedule an annual training plan according to the competitions
• Build training sessions adapted to the level of the players
• Know some understanding on the physical and mental preparation
• Lead training for level 1
• Assess and record players using compliance tools
• Lead a group in the trainer-led relationship
• Know some understanding of coaching

For this level we offer:
• Support of the travel and accommodation of the trainer by the requesting country
• Fee for training
• Issuance of diplomas by the FIPJP formatter

Level 3

This level is intended for coaches dealing with selections. The course has a duration of 5 days and must be done in a competition

The coach must be able at the end of internship to:

• Master the concepts of coaching
• Analyze the game situations and evaluate
• Lead a team during a competition
• Have mastering of the medical follow-up
• Have mastering of the psychological follow-up
• Have mastering of the physical preparation
• Have mastering of the criteria and selection modes
• Lead training levels 1 and 2

For this level we offer:

• Support of the travel and accommodation by the requesting country.
• Fee for training
• Issuance of diplomas by the FIPJP formatter