The assessment shall demonstrate that the outcomes have been achieved.
Application is the main focus of assessment and must be evidenced by the development of coaches through a number of cycles over a long period with regular observation and feedback.
A knowledge assessment shall demonstrate the learner can remember and understand Level 2C Kata knowledge, for example, through a multiple choice test, problem or case-based exams, oral exam, essay exam.
The successful Level 2C candidates shall be able to show that they have developed a number of capable Coaches through observation and feedback in a real environment.
There should be a minimum of 60 Coaching Cycles observed (distributed across several developing Coaches). Evidence can be provided through completion of appropriate online or physical documents, such as a Kata Storyboards, Case Studies, Record of Coaching Cycles observations and feedback given, Video, Recordings, etc.
The candidate shall be able:
- To demonstrate regular, at least twice a week, Coaching Kata observations in a real situation by showing evidence of the defined Practice Routines related to second Coach observations and feedback, which support a Coach to develop their capability in coaching a Learner to meeting a minimum of consecutive 3 Target Conditions on the way to achieving a defined Challenge.
- To show – via Coaching Log/Record of Coaching Cycles observations/Storyboard /Case Study – how a number of Coaches have increased their coaching competency through effective second Coach observation and feedback (via conducting a minimum of 60 Coaching Kata observation cycles).
- To have helped at least two Coaches to have successfully reached Level 2A.