The Indonesian Paralympic Sport Coaches and Athletes Potence and International Achievement Level and Development of Recruitment and Training System Models

Sugiyanto, (2012) The Indonesian Paralympic Sport Coaches and Athletes Potence and International Achievement Level and Development of Recruitment and Training System Models. .

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    Keywords: Paralympic Sports, Coaches, Athletes, Achievement, Development The aim of this research is to develop a system of Indonesian Paralympic sports coaching through coach career coaching system and athletes performance. These long term aim achieved gradually through a special objectives. The objectives of the 1st year study are: 1. a) To make a description of national Paralympic sport coaches profiles; b) Developing a map of the area contributing national paralympic sport choaches, and c) To identify the life background factors of coaches; 2. a) To make a description of national Paralympic sport athlete profiles, b) Developing a map of the area contributing national Paralympic sport athletes; c) To identify the life background factors of the athletes; 3. To make a description of the Indonesian contingent achievement on the 6th ASEAN Paralympic Games. The study conducted with a comprehensive approach that combines data-driven approach to number-based data and word-based data, and using descriptive surve methods, ex post-facto, evaluation research, and development. The population of the research were Paralympic coaches and athletes in Indonesia, and the sample were a swab coaches and athletes selected as members of the Indonesian contingent on The 6th ASEAN Paralympic Games, and consist of 55 choaches and 250 athletes. Data collection using questionnaires, interviews, field observations, and recording documents. Data analysis using statistical technics and descriptive rational analysis. After the 1st year of the research will be continued with the 2nd and 3rd year research, with specific aim to create a choaches recruitment and career development system model , and an athletes recruitment and development model. All steps of this study are expected to lead to the realization of development progress of Indonesian Paralympic sports. The results of the 1st year research with 52 coaches and 190 athletes sample member are as follows. From the gender factor turns out men were more dominant than women in their role as Paralympic sports coaches. Men as much as 88.5% and 11.5% of women only. From the age factor, spreads between the ages of 20 to 64 years, with a mode at a range of age 40 to 44 years. From the education level factor, the first mode is the high school / vocational school as much as 25%, and follows by non sport S1 level as much as 23.1%. and on sports S1 level 17.3% and 1.9% S2 Sport level. Map of contributors region for Indonesian paralympic contingent dominated by coaches from Central Java 86.5%. The second region 7.7% was West Java, and successively together accounted for 1.9%, namely Jakarta, East Java and Banten. Paralympic sports coaches with a background in disability is only 17.3%. While people with disabilities as much as 82.7%. From the job factor, which fully works as a sports coach just as much as 11.5%. With the private employees as much as 34.6%.. Regarding the athletes profile, men contribute more than women, which is 66.8% compared to 33.2%, or women only half men. From the age factor were in the range between 15 s / d 55 years. The vast majority are in the age range of 22 to 42 years with a mode age 28 2 to 30 years is as much as 16.3%. The highest education level, its mode were high school as much as 53.2%. The second order as much as 16.8% of junior high school. The third as many as 14.7% had elementary. Schools, and never on school as many as 5.8%. Educated scholars 7.4% only. Map of region athletes contributor medalist in the 6th ASEAN Paralympic Games was the largest in Central Java as much as 25.1%. Second-placed West Java as much as 19.4%. The next order of the 3th, the 4th and the 5th successively Jakarta 8.4%, North Sumatra 7.9% and East Java 6.8%. While all regions contributing medalist athletes there are 24 provinces or 72.7% from 33 provinces in Indonesia. The factors causing disability paralympic athletes are of three types. Disability which is congenital as many as 32.6%. Caused by sick as much as 46.3%. The third cause of the accident as much as 21.1%. From the age factor started to deform, the most since birth was 32.6%, the second since the age of 1-3 years as much as 27.4%. From the live span being paralympic athletes, the medal achievers in fact the most recent being an athlete for 1 to 2 years is as much as 28.9%. The second order for 3 to 4 years as much as 27.4%. Of job factors, most are out of work as much as 55.6%. The second order as entrepreneurs / private sector employees as much as 28.4%. State employees are on third order as much as 10.5%. The ratio of the coaches and athletes number, Indonesian contingent on the 6th ASEAN Paralympic Games was 1: 4.5. The number of coaches and the number of athletes were 55 people and 250 people. Among 250 athletes, 191 people or 76%. were able to win a medal or can be termed as excellent achievers. This percentage can be judged a good contingent achievement. Achievement medals in athletics sport as many as 103 pieces with details of 34 gold, 40 silver, and 29 bronze. Swimming was the 2nd order as many as 75 pieces with details of 35 gold, 22 silver, and 18 bronze. Third in table tennis as much as 67 pieces with details of 20 gold, 25 silver, and 22 bronze. Based on the number of gold medals, with a rating system to determine the order based on the number of gold medals won, Thailand was on the first place. Indonesia was on the second place. But when calculated overall number of gold medals, slut, and bronze, Indonesia was on the first place.

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: L Education > LB Theory and practice of education
    Divisions: Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat - LPPM
    Depositing User: Miftahful Purnanda
    Date Deposited: 26 Apr 2014 17:54
    Last Modified: 26 Apr 2014 17:54
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/13473

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