Compare And Contrast Coaching Vs Coaching

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“No one learns as much about a subject as one who is forced to teach it.” –Peter F. Drucker (www.goodreads.com). Each and every human in the world has something that they are just sincere and passionate about. With that one thing they put more time and effort in to it then they will with any other activity they do in their life. Just because of the fact that they are interested and or enjoy doing it. For me it would be sports, I have grown up all my life playing and watching sports. From an early age I loved everything about sports. So that’s why what better career choice then coaching. It gives me a chance to give back and try to help others love sports and appreciate them as much as I do. If I do become a coach I would be either a soccer …show more content…
A coach must attend a four-year university where they are required to earn a bachelors degree, which can take more, then four years depending on where you go and what level of the degree you choose to pursue (www.usm/tuition.com). Most people pursuing a career in coaching will get their degree in coaching along with a bachelor’s degree in coaching (www.mississippiaveragetuition.com). Mainly depending on where and what you are planning to coach. That being said it is smart to get your teaching degree due to the fact that most coaches start off at the high school level where they are required to teach and coach. The average price for the classes required for a bachelor’s degree at a public university is around twenty nine thousand dollars (www.bls.gov). That does not include your books and if you plan on staying on campus you also have to pay for bored, room, and meals. That is just the price for the courses you have to take. You also have to find a college that offers the courses you need for the degree you are seeking. These are the requirements for someone to get their selves started for a career as a …show more content…
As for coaching there is not a crucial need, but there is still a demand for them as long as sports are still in existence. Considering sports play such a huge role in today’s society I feel the demand will always be there. With them being such a big part of todays world then that makes coaches so much more important. The outlook for coaches in today’s time is at 15% right now, which is actually faster then the average. The environment and location for a coaching job plays a big part in that as well. Including where you coach, what you coach, and whom you coach. Some teams have indoor facilities most are outdoors. My preference is to coach soccer, which is always played outside. Some organizations have indoor training facilities but not many. There are always duties for a coach that is done inside in an office environment like working on strategy, watching film, and if you coach at a school you have to do paperwork on scholarships and also team management. So all coaches fluctuate their time from inside to outside. Also in soccer it is such and international sport, that one could coach anywhere in the world. Personally, I would prefer to stay in the United States and help grow the amazing sport here, as it is already growing strongly on the people here more and more every

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