Informal and non-formal learning in sport coach education

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Dray, K., Weed, M., Fullick, S. and UK Sport 2016. Informal and non-formal learning in sport coach education. Canterbury The United Kingdom Sports Council.
AuthorsDray, K., Weed, M., Fullick, S. and UK Sport
TypeProject report
KeywordsNon-formal; informal; coach educatiion
Year2016
PublisherThe United Kingdom Sports Council
Place of publicationCanterbury
Related URLhttps://www.canterbury.ac.uk/social-and-applied-sciences/human-and-life-sciences/spear/research-projects/coach-education-uk-sport.aspx
Output statusPublished
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PrintJan 2016
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Deposited07 Oct 2016
FunderUK Sport
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