GENERAL DIRECTORATE OF THE REPUPLIC OF TURKEY PRİME MİNİSTER OF YOUTH AND SPORTS COACH TRAINING COURSES OPENED WITHIN THE SPORTS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION EVALUATION
This paper aims to T.C. Education department of the Prime Ministry General Directorate of Youth Sports coach education courses within the drop-down assessment of what has happened levels, coaches and faculty candidates to indicate their views and put forward these views in light of the shortcomings of coach training courses and to offer solutions to eliminate these deficiencies. Research on various dates in 2002 and held 10 training courses in different branches of the coach 237 coaches who participated in these courses and officer candidate trainees attended the 80 teaching staff. To collect data about the coaching courses, physical structure, assessment, such as time and resources used for the properties of a questionnaire consisting of 29 items. SPSS program was applied to the analysis of the data analysis. Kai-square statistical technique in this program, faculty members and coaches made a comparison of candidates' opinions on courses at. According to the results of the survey data obtained from the Republic of Turkey Education department of the Prime Ministry General Directorate of Youth Sports coach education courses within the drop-down assessment of instructors, course, course applicants between the age limit for participating candidates for coach [x2 (4) = 19,485, p <.05], the number of trainees attending a course for the [x2 (4) = 32,237, p <.05], the coach will attend a course for the candidates to pass a standard pre-screening test, [x2 (4) = 24,997, p <.05], the coach will become candidates to be licensed athletes in terms of area [x2 (4) = 13,461, p <.05], be a coach for the duration of the course in terms of adequacy [x2 (4) = 24,335, p <.05], committed in the course of the adequacy of the courses [x2 (4) = 12,993, p <.05], in terms of course evaluations administered [x2 (4) = 15,044, p <.05], made in the form of a test center for evaluation at the end of the course [x2 (4) = 21,329, p <.05], regarding the appropriateness of the courses being 60 now passes through [x2 (4) = 24,225, p <.05], significant differences were found. In conclusion, this study, T.C. Within the education department of the Prime Ministry General Directorate of Youth Sports coach drop-down selection of trainees participating in training courses not done enough to correct, participants should be increasing the number of the trainees after passing a qualifying exam, they want to be taken in courses, the trainees level of education were not enough to become a coach.