I am delighted to announce that thevideoanalyst.com and Out of Play are joining forces to run a Performance Analysis conference specifically aimed at those wanting to know more about, or trying to break into professional performance analysis.
Who Should Attend?
A unique platform for current students, graduating students, postgraduates, recent professionals and anybody else looking to gain a better understanding of performance analysis in sport.
What Will I Learn?
A fully interactive workshop with leading industry speakers highlighting thelatest innovations and the best working practices in analysis (see program below).
When & Where?
5th August 2011, Loughborough University,LE11 3TU
Early registration price of £40 includes lunch& refreshments. (£50 regular price) To Register Now: Click Here
Internship opportunities from top professional clubs across numerous sports and locations. Hands-on opportunity to access all the latest analysis softwareproducts used in analysis.
Program & Speakers:
1015 Elite Analysis. Breakdown of the top end of analysis: weekly analysis processes and latest in-game analysis techniques- Ross Appleton, Northampton Saints
1115 Tea & Coffee.
1130 Analysis Specialisms. A run down of all the key associated areas of analysis andwhat professional clubs are doing in each- Player development, Player Screening & InjuryPrevention, Medicine, Scouting, Coach Development- Ben Smith, Chelsea FC.
1245 Lunch & networking (sandwiches provided).
1330 The Analysis Career Path- Jobs available and paths to getting them, Academiavs Experience, Internships, Freelance work & getting the right skills- Rob Carroll,thevideoanalyst.com.
1440 Analysis Tools of the Trade- A complete run down of all the software available,highlighting the sports & areas of each, following by an interactive session with any of the software you choose- Pro-zone, Amisco, Sportscode, Dartfish & Focus
1545 Q&A. Anything that you’d like to know that hasn’t been covered can be fired at anyof our expert speakers.
Places are limited so early booking is advisable.