WWPIS are delighted to announce a new partnership with ‘The Coaching Manual.’
The Coaching Manual is a resource built for soccer coaches who want to improve their understanding of coaching, find real practical sessions which they can use and accelerate the development of their players by creating a first-class soccer learning environment.
The new partnership will see a customised WWPIS platform being made available to organisations who use the Coaching Manual to support organisations, coaches and parents to work effectively together.
The customised platform also includes the following books:
‘Great Sports Parenting’ for parents of children aged between 5-11
‘Engage’ for coaches on ‘building positive relationships with players’ parents’
‘Two Hats’ providing support for the parent coach
All of these resources have been adapted for footballing environments.
The Coaching Manual and WWPIS will also schedule a series of workshops and webinars in the near-future to support clubs and coaches who are invested in developing their relationship with players’ parents as well as workshops and webinars to support parents to help their children fulfil their potential both on and off the field.
CEO Gordon MacLelland said, ‘We are extremely excited to be working with the Coaching Manual and providing such a wide range of valuable support for football organisations across the world in a cost effective, sustainable manner. We look forward to seeing the positive impact that we hope this can have across the Coaching Manual community.’
The Coaching Manual’s Head of Product Development, Terry Barton, said: ‘We were already very familiar with the excellent and useful resources that Gordon and WWPIS produce for coaches and parents, so we’re really proud of this partnership. A player’s parent is the most important stakeholder in their child’s soccer journey, so a club’s relationship with parents should not be overlooked. The resources we are making available to the TCM community with this partnership will make it easier to provide a more positive experience for all.’