E-learning Programme for Coaches debuts in Sudan

E-learning Programme for Coaches debuts in Sudan
07 June 2016 10:50

The E-learning Programme for Coaching training has taken off with Sudan hosting one of the maiden courses for the CAF License ‘C’ course from 30-31 May 2016 in Khartoum.

 

For the first time, the theoretical tests for the participants were conducted online as part of efforts to get the coaches used to modern trends in information technology as done in some Confederations such as AFC and CONMEBOL following approval of the CAF Executive Committee.

 

With 20 coaches in attendance, the course under the supervision of CAF Director of Development, Abdel Moneim Hussein, saw the participants undergo the training via the CAF Content Management System (CMS).



 

“CAF has decided to grant the License C via e-learning and through this new system, the participant can access information via the CAF CMS before taking the exams online.

 

“The idea is to have a question bank with multiple-choice answers. Also, the participant can take the exams anytime he is ready for the assessment aided by a countdown timer for the duration of the test.



 

“We selected coaches (participants) who have basic computer skills whilst providing technical assistance during the examination online since it is a novelty. The most important criteria and standards required for e-learning system, is to pass the practical exam and then subject to the theoretical exam. In Sudan, we focused on the implementation of the practical exam firstly, which was set at 120 hours



 

“Here the coach gets the information in a scientific way, and that is better than the old system, which was done manually. Also, the coach will have an opportunity to learn on his own,” said Hussein.

 

The CAF Development Director expressed satisfaction with the level and turn out of the three-day course.

 

Three countries have been selected to host the pilot E-learning training with Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire being the other two. Ghana staged it from 24-25 May 2016 whilst Cote d’Ivoire will have its turn from 7-9 June 2016.

 

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