WPA is calling for assistance from experts within the water polo community to help develop new coach and official education course material.
Over the past 12 months, WPA has undertaken a full review of the current coaching and refereeing accreditation frameworks, the organisations’ education pathways and its current and potential delivery mechanisms. To date this review has been completed, an overarching framework has been developed, a new curriculum has been drafted and the build of an online delivery platform is being investigated.
The next step in this significant project for the water polo community is the development new course content. In order to progress the project through preparing actual course material, WPA will be forming a specific “Content Working Group”.
The purpose of the WPA Content Working Group will be to bring together skilled individuals who have the necessary education and course writing expertise as well as flexibility to commit their time to assisting in writing new content and editing existing content for the new course modules. This group will work with subject matter experts and the appointed online platform supplier to ensure that quality content is developed consistently and maximises new e-learning functionalities.
For more details on the roles and responsibilities of this group – please refer to the Terms of Reference and EOI below.
WPA is calling for Expressions of Interest from individuals will the desired experience and flexibility to form part of the Content Working Group. If you are interested, please complete the EOI below and return to email@example.com by 16th May 2017.
Terms of Reference and EOI form Content Working Group EOI and ToR
Note: Further information relating to this project, what the new framework looks like and how these changes impact will upon current coaches and referees; will be shared with the water polo community once all details have been confirmed and the new courses are close to completion.