Coaches' experiences of formal coach education: A critical sociological investigation

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Piggott, D;

According to recent academic reviews, formal coach education courses are rarely considered important or useful events in a broader coach learning process. At present, there is insufficient research to define the nature and extent of this problem which is likely to becom... View more
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