Getting up and running with Game breaker/Sports Code software Short Course

Getting up and running with Game breaker/Sports Code software Short Course
A focus on how to set up your code window in preparation for coding footage. Information on how to code a game and time to use the software. Instruction on how to produce movie files once finished coding.

Entry and Admissions

Award Type:

Short Course

Ancillary Award:



Short Course / CPD

Study Mode:

Part time

Delivery Method:


Course Length:

2 Hours


School of Sport and Wellbeing

Partner Colleges:

No Partner College



Start Date:

24th February 2015, 10am - 12pm & 26th February 2015, 9am - 11am

Entry Requirements:

Course Content

Course Outline:
This is part of a week of practical sports analysis workshops.

The workshops have been designed to introduce coaches, performers, parents and teachers to get up and running with some of the most common and freely available performance analysis software. All workshops will give the students an opportunity to get hands on experience of using the performance analysis software.

Learning Environment & Assessment:

Academic Expertise

Facilitator: Carl Cunningham, Demonstrator in coaching analysis and head analyst for Wales Women’s National Squad.

Learning outcome & aims

• To be able to set up a code window.

• To be able to perform Post-Match Analysis using GameBreaker.

• To be able to produce video clips to export to players and staff..

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Fees & Funding

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The fee for this course is £15, or £30 for a full day.

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