Table 1

Determinants of coach behaviours in relation to delivering a safety programme during training sessions for junior netball (n and % of responses)

Extremely positive*Quite positiveSlightly positiveNeither (neutral)Slightly negativeQuite negativeExtremely negative
Attitude
 For me to teach CLT would be … (beneficial–harmful)40 (78%)8 (16%)3 (6%)
 I feel (positive–negative) about the idea of teaching CLT30 (59%)19 (37%)2 (4%)
 For me to teach CLT is … (valuable–worthless)36 (71%)13 (25%)1 (2%)1 (2%)
 For me to teach CLT would be … (good–bad)33 (65%)15 (29%)3 (6%)
Subjective norms
 People who I think know a lot about netball teach CLT … (true–false)14 (28%)18 (35%)9 (17%)5 (10%)4 (8%)1 (2%)
 People who I think know a lot about netball would think teaching CLT is … (good–bad)29 (57%)20 (39%)2 (4%)
 Junior coaches whose opinion about junior netball coaching I value teach CLT … (true–false)12 (23%)26 (51%)6 (12%)3 (6%)2 (4%)2 (4%)
 Coaches whose opinion about junior netball coaching I value would think teaching CLT is … (good–bad)37 (72%)11 (22%)2 (4%)1 (2%)
Perceived behavioural control
I am capable of teaching CLT … (true–false)16 (31%)26 (51%)7 (14%)2 (4%)
 For me to teach CLT is … (possible–impossible)24 (47%)21 (41%)4 (8%)2 (4%)
 It is mostly up to me whether or not to teach CLT … (true–false)22 (43%)19 (37%)5 (10%)3 (6%)2 (4%)
 I have complete control over teaching CLT … (true–false)24 (47%)18 (35%)4 (8%)1 (2%)2 (4%)1 (2%)1 (2%)
  • CLT, correct landing technique as part of every junior netball training session.

  • *The column headings Extremely, Quite, Slightly, etc, refer to the adjective pairs written in parentheses at the end of each questionnaire item.