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AFL Umpire Coach PD Program - Self assessment checklist
Name:__________________________
Group: ___________________________________
Date: …………………………
Delivery of presentation/session.
(Did you demonstrate MOAR Qs?)
Yes / No
Comment
M
essage
Did your presentation deliver your key
messages?
O
rganisation
Did you organise yourself and the group,
and did you keep to time?
A
pproach
Did you show positive body language, a
confident approach and voice control?
Did you gain the audience/groups
attention at the start, and engage with and
involve the audience during the session?
R
eview
Did you achieve the desired outcome(s)
from the presentation?
Q
uestions
Did you use questioning effectively?
(please refer to descriptors over the page)
/PTO
This form has been adapted from the Australian Sports Commission ‘Presenter/Facilitator training program’.
AFL Umpire Coach PD Program - Self assessment checklist
Name:__________________________
Group: ___________________________________
Date: …………………………
Delivery of presentation/session.
(Did you demonstrate MOAR Qs?)
Yes / No
Comment
M
essage
Did your presentation deliver your key
messages?
O
rganisation
Did you organise yourself and the group,
and did you keep to time?
A
pproach
Did you show positive body language, a
confident approach and voice control?
Did you gain the audience/groups
attention at the start, and engage with and
involve the audience during the session?
R
eview
Did you achieve the desired outcome(s)
from the presentation?
Q
uestions
Did you use questioning effectively?
(please refer to descriptors over the page)
/PTO
This form has been adapted from the Australian Sports Commission ‘Presenter/Facilitator training program’.
Descriptors for each element!
Message
Organisation
Clearly convey session objectives
Session planned
Express key messages
Sequence / flow
Deliver the correct content
Appropriate activities
Summarise key points
Learning methods
Equipment (selection, use and set up)
Approach
Variety
Positive attitude (in control, confident,
Dressed appropriately
friendly, enthusiastic)
Safe environment
Delivery (clear instructions, voice
Organised the group
projection and volume,)
Kept to time
Positioning (see and hear)
Relevant to audience needs
Review
Appropriate language and terminology
Evaluate performance
Able to modify
Identify areas to improve
Active
Suggest modifications
Engaging & Interactive
Questions
Check participants understanding
Open
Shared within group
Did you structure the presentation to pass a RAVE review?
Yes/No
How could you improve this next
RAVE
time?
R
esponsible
Allow learners to take some
responsibility for their learning
A
ctive
Get the group active and involved
V
ariety
Involve a variety of methods and modes
E
ngaging
Capture and hold the audience/groups
attention
Once completed have a discussion with your coach/peer about your presentation.
Summary
One thing you have learned!
One thing you will do differently next time!
This form has been adapted from the Australian Sports Commission ‘Presenter/Facilitator training program’.
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