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					    PROPOSED PLAN FOR SYSTEMATIZING THE NATIONAL
               TABLE TENNIS PROGRAM

GOAL:

       To decentralize the training program and identify the training centers in the
different regions that will serve as a base for selecting national caliber players.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:

       1. To select players that will compose the regional teams.
       2. To give opportunities for the players to train systematically and represent their
          regions that will compose the national training pool.
       3. To expand the national training pool not only focusing in Metro Manila but as
          well as to the other regions.
       4. To let the players train in their local regions instead of coming to Manila.
       5. To widen the selection basis for the composition of the national team that will
          participate in international competitions.


PROPOSED PROGRAM PROPER

        The program starts with identifying the different pilot areas in the different
regions that will serve as a center for training table tennis players on a systematic basis
with the training program patterned from the national table tennis training program.
These centers should be sanctioned by TATAP duly approved by the President These
centers should provide adequate facilities and equipment for training. These centers can
be named : “ National Table Tennis Center, ______ regional or provincial chapter.
Tapping in players can be subdivided into different categories depending on the support
coming from their local government units or private sectors. The local pool can compose
of:

       1. 5 regular men and 5 women team members
       2. 5 developmental boys and 5 girls 17 years old and below
       3. 1 local head coach and 2 coaches

       These local pool of players will undergo training under the supervision of
the local coaches with the program patterned after the national training program of
TATAP. The different training centers will be provided with a comprehensive training
program. Each center should come up with an annual budget for the training of the
players as well as for the local coaches in terms of a monthly allowance, equipment and
other miscellaneous expenses like participation in local or international competitions
prepared by the heads of these different centers. A calender of activities will also be
provided so as to prepare them for these events.
        On a monthly or quarterly basis, coaches from the national team can visit these
centers to monitor the progress of the training. One good proposal is to conduct regular
monthly or quarterly rankings of the national pool who will be invited by these local
centers so that this will give a chance for the local players to see the current level of
play of the national team. Two of the best local players each from the men and
women’s team can participate in the ranking. The national coaches can also conduct a
crash clinic during the event. The event can be done in three days. The host center
provides for the transportation and accommodation for the players and coaches.

         If there are international events lined up, the centers will be given an invitation to
let their top players from their center to join in the try-out which will be done in Manila
for about three days. The information will be disseminated to these centers prior to the
said event. Local coaches will also be given a chance to coach in these events depending
on their qualification which will be evaluated by the coaching committee of the
association.

        Lastly, there will also be a National Summer Table Tennis Camp to be conducted
in Manila for 1 month. The Association will try to provide accommodation for the
participants. This will give a chance for the local players to participate in the national
training together with the current national team. Local coaches will also be invited to join
in the summer camp which also features a seminar in coaching. A proposed plan for next
year is to invite 2 junior and 2 girls players as well as 2 coaches to join in the summer
camp.


PREPARED BY:


OSCAR YOSHIHIRO S. SANTELICES
Secretary General
TATAP
      INTER-SCHOLASTIC PROGRAM FOR PHYSICAL
       EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN TABLE TENNIS
                   (INSPPECTT)
 Rationale:
         The current Basic Education Curriculum (BEC), which focuses on reading,
writing, arithmetic and science but also on patriotism (makabayan), seeks to develop the
total well being of the student through life-long learning. One of the key points in order
to achieve this goal is to engage in inter-scholastic athletics/sports. Since Physical
Education is integrated as part of Musika, Sining at Edukasyong Pangkatawan (Music,
Arts and Physical Education or MSEP), the Table Tennis Association of the Philippines
(TATAP) thrust is basically is to seek the welfare of the students by engaging in
interscholastic athletics/sports. Aside from this, students will also given the opportunity
to hone their skills and realize their potentials in being able to compete not only in
intramural events, inter-scholastics competitions, but ultimately in international events. In
order to achieve this, some of the things that need to be considered are as follows:
         1. Maximum participation
         2. Developing the foundation at a younger age
         3. Having the right program
         We believe that the more students who participates, the more benefits that can
accumulate as a result of a good program. And in order to maximize participation
opportunities, school systems should take an active role in institutionalizing programs at
different levels. Thus, all students should be allowed to participate during earlier years,
which serve as a basic foundation.
         In the physical education curriculum that TATAP is proposing, it intends to
develop in all students the basic skills and fitness in conjunction of how table tennis
would affect the well-being and personal/social skills. Once a student realizes that his/her
can be developed into a more competitive atmosphere, then a competitive youth sports
program should be implemented. Here is an illustration of a general program for athletes
in relation to intramurals and physical education.



                      Inter-
                     national
                       Events

                      National
                       Events
                 Inter-scholastic
                      Events
                Intramural Events

                Physical Education
        The program we propose seeks to lay the foundations covering a wide variety of
specific programs starting from the physical education level all the way up to the
international level.

Program Proper:

GOAL:
        “ To promote table tennis among the elementary and high school students
and undertake a comprehensive mass-based table tennis development program” in
the instructional, recreational and competitive levels”

Objectives:
      1. To integrate table tennis in the Physical Education curriculum.
      2. To conduct regular clinics and workshops for P.E. teachers, athletes, coaches,
          trainers in order to update them with current trends in table tennis and also to
          transform their jobs into a career enhancing opportunity.
      3. To identify and select young potential table tennis players to train through a
          comprehensive scholastic training program for the grassroots level.
      4. To increase the national pool of players from the youth in order to widen the
          selection basis for the composition of the national team.
      5. To expand the talent identification to the different regions and systematize the
          training of these athletes
      6. To produce a world caliber table tennis player in the future.

Programs:

Instructional and Educational Program
       1. Seminar/workshops for P.E. teachers, coaches, and trainers
   This is mainly to standardize the method of teaching for students. This would also update them with
   the current trends and issues on the sport which for the past few years has come up with some major
   changes especially in terms of the rules and also the skills involved. The issue on idiosyncrasies should
   not serve as a professional teaching theory in relation to teaching the sport. In other words, the
   combination of such a theory and the idiosyncrasies of those who implement it will provide a broader
   base for understanding teaching and not merely relying on spontaneous notion of teaching.
            This program can be initially implemented by conducting this activity from
            the following:
                1.1 Provincial Seminar/Workshop
                1.2 Regional Seminar/Workshop
                1.3 National Seminar/Workshop

       2. Instructional Materials on Basic Teach-Ins in Table Tennis
   It is highly imperative to provide instructional materials such as a video and a textbook on the “ Basic
   Teach-Ins in Table Tennis”.


       3.   Short Term Course for Accreditation of Coaches and Officiating Officials
   There is a need to accredit and license coaches and officiating officials in order to upgrade the
   standards in training athletes and organizing and managing table tennis competitions from the
   provincial meets all the way up to the national level such as the Palarong Pambansa.


Talent Identification Program
           Coaches tasked to implement the grassroots program should first identify key
   areas on where to scout potential athletes 16 years old and below. These coaches can
   be sent to schools where table tennis talents can be identified. They can also scout for
   athletes who compete in regional and national competitions like the Palarong
   Pambansa, age-group tournaments and national open. Players who are selected will
   undergo a comprehensive grassroots development program.

Recreational Program
           Since every school has a hall or gym which can somehow accommodate at
   least 4 tables, this program can be implemented by having a recreational program for
   the students. A clinic can be conducted to attract the youth to engage in table tennis
   and inculcate intrinsic appreciation.

Competitive Program
         This program should give the players the chance to compete regularly in local
  as well as international competition. There should be a continuous series of
  competitions that should be organized so as to get the students involved. Every school
  should have a training program so as to prepare them to compete from the
  provincial/city, regional all the way up to the Palarong Pambansa which should be
  played at the highest level.
SPECIFIC PROGRAMS




              SEMINAR/WORKSHOP FOR P.E. TEACHERS (Level 1)


Description:
      Fundamental knowledge and skills in table tennis.

Objectives:
      At the end of the course, participants should be able to:
              1. learn the different concepts, theories of table tennis
              2. execute the different fundamental strokes in table tennis.
              3. pass the different skill tests to be administered as well as a written test.
              4. develop intrinsic appreciation in table tennis.
Methodology:
 In order to achieve the above objectives, the lecture, discussion and demonstration
    strategies of teaching will be employed. Audio-visual aids will be provided to
   enhance their technical skills as to how every stroke is properly being executed.
          Varsity athletes will also be invited to assist in honing their skills.

Topics
Day 1
History of table tennis/terminologies
Grip, Readiness Stance and Ball Control
Forehand strokes
Backhand strokes


Day 2
Practice of specific drills
Workshop on Skill tests
Alternate Backhand and Forehand strokes/
Practice drills
Workshop on skill tests


Day 3
Service/ Receive and push strokes
Basic offensive and defensive strategies
Laws of table tennis




             SEMINAR/WORKSHOP FOR P.E. TEACHERS (Level 2)

Description:
        Advance knowledge and skills in table tennis. Discussion of table tennis rules and
officiating practices. Organizing, managing and officiating actual table tennis
competitions.

Objectives:
      At the end of the seminar/workshop, participants should be able to:
              1. execute the different advance skills in table tennis.
              2. learn and interpret the laws of table tennis.
              3. apply the basic principles and methods of officiating.
              4. organize and manage table tennis competitions.
Methodology:
       In order to achieve the above objectives, the lecture, discussion and
demonstration strategies will be employed. Also, the use of audio-visual aids will be
used to enhance more especially as to the current trends in the course. Resource
persons from the national sports association will be invited to discuss and
demonstrate current methods in officiating. Varsity athletes and even national
athletes will also be invited to assist in honing their skills.

Topic


Day 1
Review, Practice and Refine the Basic Skills
Push Strokes Practice of Specific Drills
Workshop on Skills Tests

Push and Attack Strokes / Practice of Specific Drills
Blocking Strokes / Practice of Specific Drills
Workshop on Skill Tests


Day 2
Service and Receive Practice
Workshop on Skill Tests
Offensive and Defensive Strategies / Tactics
Workshop on Skill Tests


Day 3
Start of Discussion on Officiating Table Tennis
Match Officials
Playing Conditions
Ball / Racket
Service
Let / Point
Continuity of Play
Order of Service, Receiving or Ends
Expedite System


Day 4
Advice to Players
Behavior of Players
Match Conduct
Score Indicators
Recommended Procedures for Match Officials


Day 5
Organization and Management of Table Tennis Competitions
Workshop




PROGRAM TATAP TABLE TENNIS SEMINAR/WORKSHOP
            FOR COACHES (Level 1)

Date:     ___________________

Venue:    ___________________
           ___________________

Participants
       Open to all coaches from the different provinces and regions

Objectives of the workshop/seminar
               At the end of the workshop/seminar, coaches should be able to
      1. know and appreciate the basic fundamentals as well as the advance skills in
          table tennis.
      2. apply the different concepts and principles in coaching table tennis.
      3. Design a training program using the different methods, techniques and
          strategies.
      4. Keep up with the current trends in table tennis as well as upgrading the level
          of coaching along the lines of the different sports pedagogy.

            In order to achieve the above objectives, the lecture, discussion and
        demonstration strategies will be employed to enhance more knowledge with
        regards to the current trends in table tennis. Resource persons such as current and
        former national players/coaches will be invited to demonstrate the different
        techniques.


PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES


DAY 1
               A. Welcome Remarks
               B. Briefing of seminar/workshop mechanics
               C. Overview of the Coaching Philosophy
               D. The high level as a reference/Analysis of the high level players


DAY 2

               A. Overview of the basic and fundamental skills in table tennis
               B. Advance skills
                  a. Push                       f. long distance chop
                     1. short push              g. smash/flat drive
                     2. push chop               h. flick
                     3. long push               i. lob
                  b. Topspin drive
                  c. Loop spin
                  d. Sidespin
                  e. Block
DAY 3
        A. Principles of Effectiveness in Training
        B. Practicum on how to use many balls in training



DAY 4
        A. Game plans/techniques and strategies
           a. Kinds of service
           b. Keys on how to produce speed and spin in service
           c. Kinds of receive
           d. Offensive and defensive technique
        B. Tactics
           a. End-game tactics
           b. Tactics in doubles



DAY 5
        A. Training methodologies
           a. physical
           b. technical
           c. psychological
        B. 7’s in Training
        C. Designing a training program
        D. Closing ceremonies
           a. Distribution of certificates
           b. Closing remarks
         1st TATAP NATIONAL COACHES’ WORKSHOP/SEMINAR (Level 2)

I.         Date and Time:

II.        Venue:

III.       Participants:
                  Coaches who finished the Level 1 TATAP Seminar/ Workshop
IV.       Rationale
       The Workshop/Seminar is primarily intended to restructure the existing National

       Table Tennis Program of TATAP under the new leadership of Mr. Victor U.

       Valbuena. Current trends in training methodologies as well as philosophy, values

       orientation in coaching will be presented in order to systematize the program in

       accordance with the target goals for the elite and the grassroots program. The

       workshop will be formatted in such a manner that everybody will take part and

       contribute in designing the program aside from the resource persons invited.

V.        Objectives of the Seminar/Workshop:
          At the end of the seminar/workshop, participants should be able to
                 1. develop intrinsic appreciation into the values of coaching and its
                     philosophies.
                 2. learn the different sports science disciplines that can be applied in the
                     training of table tennis athletes in the national team as well as in the
                     grassroots program.
                 3. apply the different concepts and principles of coaching.
                 4. learn to apply different coaching techniques in table tennis.
                 5. Design a training program using the different methods, techniques
                     and strategies.

                  In order to achieve all of the objectives, the lecture, discussion and
          demonstration strategies will be employed. Also, the use of audio-visual aids will
          be done to enhance more knowledge especially as to the current trends in table
          tennis.

VI.       Seminar/Workshop Proper:
Day 1

        I.      Opening Program
                A. Invocation
                B. Welcome Remarks by Mr. Victor U. Valbuena, President, TATAP
                C. Briefing on the Workshop/Seminar

        II.     Coaching Philosophy
                A. Vision-Coaching
                a. Coaching for Teamwork
                    a.1 Coaching objectives
                        a.2 Coaching styles
                        a.3 Role of the Coach
                    b. The Winning Coach
                    c. The Winning Team
                    d. Constant Reinforcement
                B. Winning Philosophy


        III.    The current trends and role of sports science in performance enhancement
                A. Sports Nutrition
                B. Sports Psychology
                C. Sports Physiology
                D. Sports Biomechanics
                E. Sports Marketing

        Day 2

        I.      Training Theory
                A. Basis for Training
                   a. Training Objectives
                   b. Skills Classification
                   c. System of Training
                   d. Training Adaptation
                   e. Super compensation Cycle
                   f. Detraining
                   g. Sources of Energy
                B. Principles of Training
                C. Preparation for Training
                D. Variables of Training
                E. Rest and Recovery

        Day 3
II.     Periodization Training
        A. Workout Planning
        B. Training Cycles
        C. Annual Training Program
        D. Long-Term Planning and Talent Identification
        E. Peak for Competition

III.    Training Methods
        A. Strength Development
        B. Endurance Training (Cardiovascular and Muscular)
        C. Flexibility Training
        D. Specific Components Training

Day 4

I. Workshop on designing a Training Program for both the elite and the
grassroots level
          SHORT TERM COURSE FOR ACCREDITATION OF
            OFFICIATING OFFICIALS IN TABLE TENNIS”
Description:
        Knowledge in table tennis rules and officiating practices. organizing, managing
and officiating actual table tennis competitions.

Objectives:
        At the end of the seminar/workshop or course, participants should be able to
                1. learn and interpret the laws of table tennis
                2. apply the basic principles and methods of officiating
                3. organize and manage table tennis competitions
Requirements;
                1. should have more or less been active in table tennis as a player, student
                    officiating official.
                2. should be recommended by any Physical Education Athletic/Sports
                    Director from public or private school
                3. Should pass the following:
                    3.1 Written exam – 20%
                    3.2 Officiating skills – 35 %
                    3.3 Practicum - 35%
                    3.4 Attendance – 10%
Methodology:
        In order to achieve the above objectives, the lecture, discussion and demonstration
Strategies will be employed. Also, audio-visual aids will be used to enhance more
learning more especially as to the current trends in table tennis. Resource persons from
the Table Tennis Association of the Philippines (TATAP) will be invited to discuss and
demonstrate current methods in officiating and managing of table tennis competitions.
Schedule of meetings           No. of Hours                Topic
Day 1                        3 hours      Orientation/Introduction
                                          Laws of Table Tennis
Day 2                        1 hour       Introduction
                                          Laws and Regulation
                                          Types of Competitions
                             2 hours      Match Officials
Day 3                        1 ½ hours    Playing Conditions
                                          The Ball / Racket
                                          Clothing
                                          Definitions
                             1 ½ hours    Service – Old and New Rule
Day 4                        1 hour       Practicum
                             1 hour       Let
                                          Point
                             1 hour       Continuity of Play
                                          Order or Serving, Receiving or Ends
Day 5                        1 hour       Expedite System
                                          Advice to Players
                             1 hour       Behavior of Players
                             1 hour       Practicum
Day 6                        1 ½ hours    Match Conduct
                                          Score Indicators
                                          Conclusion
                             1 ½ hours    Recommended Procedures for

                                              Match Officials
Day 7 –9                     9 hours      Practicum
Day 10                       3 hours      Basic Principles in Organization
                                            and Management of Table Tennis
Day 11                       1 hour       The Tournament Referee
                             2 hours      Competition Systems
                                          The Draw and Seeding
Day 12                       3 hours      Scheduling and Control
                                          Conclusion
Day 13-15                     9 hours     Practicum
Day 16-20                    15 hours     Actual Officiating in Competitions

        TOTAL NO. OF HOURS     60 Hours
            SHORT TERM COURSE FOR ACCREDITATION OF
                    COACHES IN TABLE TENNIS”

Description:
       Knowledge in coaching table tennis for beginners, intermediate and advance
players; designing and implementing table tennis training programs.

Objectives:
At the end of the course, Participant should be able to
               1. know and appreciate the basic fundamentals as well as the advance
                   skills in table tennis.
               2. apply the different concepts and principles of coaching.
               3. learn to apply different coaching techniques in table tennis.
               4. Design a training program using the different methods, techniques and
                   strategies.

   In order to achieve all of the objectives, the lecture, discussion and demonstration strategies will be employed. Also, the use of
   audio-visual aids will be done to enhance more knowledge especially as to the current trends in table tennis. Resource persons
   such as national players will be invited to demonstrate the different techniques.



Requirements:
            1. should have more or less been active in table tennis as a coach, P.E.
            teacher or a former competitive player
            2. should be recommended by any Physical Education Athletic/Sports
                Director from public or private school
            Should pass the following:
                   Attendance - 10%
                   Written Exam - 20 %
                   Paper (Training program) - 30%
                      Coaching skills/practicum - 40%
Methodology:
        In order to achieve the above objectives, the lecture, discussion and demonstration
strategies will be employed. Also, audio-visual aids will be used to enhance more
learning more especially as to the current trends in table tennis. Resource persons from
the Table Tennis Association of the Philippines (TATAP) will be invited to discuss and
demonstrate current methods in officiating and managing of table tennis competitions.


Schedule of meetings                   No. of Hours                 Topic
     Day 1                         3                 Coaching Philosophy
                                                     Vision-Coaching
                                                            a. Coaching for Teamwork
                                                               a.1 Coaching objectives
                                                               a.2 Coaching styles
                                                               a.3 Role of the Coach
                                                            b. The Winning Coach
                                                            c. The Winning Team
                                                            d. Constant Reinforcement
                                                            e. Winning Philosophy

       Day 2                           3 hrs.        Review of basic theory and
                                                     fundamental skills in table tennis
                                                           a. Grip
                                                           b. Correct readiness stance
                                                           c. Basic forehand and
                                                               backhand strokes
                                                           d. Direction and length
                                                               control
                                                           Workshop
       Day 3                           3 hrs.
                                                            e. Timing points
                                                            f. Spin
                                                            g. Understanding of angles
                                                            h. Use of specific rubbers
                                                               for player’s type of play
                                                            i. Kinds of footwork
                                                            Workshop

       Day 4                           3 hrs.
                                                     Advance skills
                                                           a. Push
                                                           b. Topspin
                                                           c. Sidespin
                                                           d. Block
                                                           Workshop
Day 5                       3 hrs
                                                  e. Long Distance Chop
                                                  f. Smash/flat drive
                                                  g. Lob
                                                  h. Flick
                                                  Workshop

Game plans/techniques and strategies
  a. Kinds of service
  b. 4 keys on how to produce speed and spin in service
  c. Kinds of receive
  d. Offensive technique
  e. Defensive technique
  f. Tactical drills using many balls
  g. Technical training
  h. Theory of tactics
  i. End-game tactics

1. Training methodologies
   a. 7’s in Training
   b. Training and teach-ins for beginners, intermediate and advancers
   c. Designing a training program

2. Practical coaching

				
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