- It is an interactive, in-person module.
- provides tools, templates, and games/activities to help coaches and leaders implement practices and sessions to develop fundamental movement skills.
- is a recognized NCCP professional development module reflecting NCCP instructional design.
- does not cover fundamental sport skills.
- does not include sport-specific resources, nor technical resources.
- does not make people experts in coaching, nor experts in disabilities.
- does not replicate existing disability or sport-specific resources and programming.
- does not focus on competition or high-performance.
- one comprehensive workshop for all participants .
- Content now includes: :
- Information and activities to better understand fundamental movement skills and physical literacy;
- A simplified teaching process for coaches to teach, observe and lead the fundamental movement skills;
- Information and activities to adapt fundamental movement skills for participants with intellectual, physical, sensory or behavioural disabilities .
- The skill of Wheeling .
- Updated overall look and feel.
- The module is now sponsored by TeamSnap.
The fundamental movement skills of throwing, catching, jumping, sticking, running, kicking, agility, and balance and coordination, form the basis for future sport skill development and for the life-long enjoyment of physical activity. Learn how to OBSERVE and IMPROVE the fundamental movement skills through the format listed below which is best suited to you and your line of work.
The benefits of Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) Certification – Overall, the workshop will prepare leaders to: Create safe games where children can practice fundamental movement skills; apply a six-step teaching process to fundamental movement skills; model responsibility behaviour in a leadership role; apply National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) values in decision-making; lead children in activities that will promote the development of fundamental movement skills.
In addition to FMS, Coach New Brunswick (NB) delivers and supports the Move Your Body (MYB) after-school physical activity program presented by Gymnastics, Athletics, and Swimming Canada. MYB is a series of lesson plans that focus on the development of physical literacy. MYB will prepare leaders to increase the levels of physical activity for children aged 6-10, though activities that are based in the three foundation sports: gymnastics, athletics and swimming.