The assessment should demonstrate that the outcomes have been achieved.
Application is the main focus of assessment and must be evidenced by conducting coaching cycles over a longer period with regular observation and feedback by an experienced second coach.
A knowledge assessment should demonstrate the learner can remember and understand L2A Kata knowledge, for example, through a multiple choice test, problem or case-based exams, oral exam, essay exam.
The successful Level 2A practitioner should provide evidence that they have:
- Regularly, at least twice a week, used the Coaching Kata in a real working situation leading a learner to meeting a minimum of consecutive 3 Target Conditions on the way to achieving a well-defined challenge
- Completed a minimum of 60 coaching cycles, 20 of which include observation and feedback from a second coach.
Evidence can be provided through completion of appropriate online or physical documents in various formats, including a storyboard, case study, record of coaching cycles or video.