Some basic theoretical models will be introduced to provide a framework by which to assess technical performance. You’ll have the opportunity to use technical analysis software to analyse discrete sporting actions. The following analysis software during this workshop will include: Kinovea, Quintic and Dartfish.
Entry and Admissions
School of Sport and Wellbeing
No Partner College
11th November 2014 6.30pm - 9pm & 11th May 2015 6.30pm - 9pm
This workshop will introduce some basic concepts and methods relating to the analysis of technical skills. Some basic theoretical models will be introduced to provide a framework by which to assess technical performance. You will have the opportunity to use technical analysis software to analyse discrete sporting actions. The following analysis software during this workshop will include: Kinovea, Quintic and Dartfish.
Learning Environment & Assessment:
This course will be taught by experienced lectures in a friendly environment at the University of Central Lancashire's Preston campus.
Facilitator: Craig Wright, Course Leader MA sports coaching / School lead for coaching analysis. Carl Cunningham, Demonstrator in coaching analysis and head analyst for Wales Women’s National Squad.
Learning outcome & aims
• Apply models which can assist in the assessment of discrete sporting techniques and sporting actions.
• Practice using coach focused technique analysis software including Quintic, Dartfish and Knovea software.
• Consider how a coach might enhance his feedback when dealing with technical skills.
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Fees & Funding
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The cost for this course is £30.
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