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Digwyddiad yn cychwyn: 24/09/2020 09:00
Digwyddiad yn gorffen: 19/11/2020 23:59

 

September

October

November

December

ENDURANCE – 24th September– LIVE WEBINAR

Title - ‘Fostering creativity in endurance running coaches’

Presenter: James Thie

Audience: Any endurance running coaches thinking of ways of being more creative in the planning and delivery of training in this new ‘COVID-10’ age of coaching

Aim : The aim of the study is to Foster creativity in endurance running coaches through collaboration

Objectives

•             Deconstructing examples of creative ideas and practice in endurance running coaches.

 

•             Exploring the collaborative-creativity processes in endurance running coaches.

 

•             Enhancing the external and internal factors of collaborative-creativity in endurance running coaches.

ALL EVENT GROUPS 8th October PRE-RECORDED

Title: What is an athlete? How to learn to run, jump and throw through play

 

Presenter: Fyn Corcoran

Aim :To build a young athlete’s skills through run, jump, and throw

 

Audience: For parents and coaches of athletes 6- 13 wanting to make athletics fun

ALL EVENT GROUPS 5th Nov LIVE WEBINAR

Title: All or Nothing Kelly Sotherton- an athlete’s journey

 

Presenter: Kelly Sotherton

Aim: To explore the transition of an athlete from junior to senior success and playing the long game.

 

Audience: For athletes, coaches and parents wanting to understand what it takes to develop as an athlete both physically and mentally

 

 

 

ENDURANCE Dec 2020    LIVE WEBINAR

Title: Developing the middle-distance runner

Date : TBD

Presenter: TBD

 

Audience:

Club coaches – all levels

Aim – To understand the demands of middle distance running

 

Objectives

  • To explore the physiology and training demands of the middle-distance events including athlete profiles
  • To look at the training phases and sessions carried out by middle-distance athletes
  • To discuss race tactics and competition preparation for a middle distance athlete

 

 

THROWS - Sep 28th  - PRE-RECORDED

Title - Adapting throws training in the winter months and for large groups of junior athletes.

 

Presenter:Ryan Spencer Jones

 

Aim: To understand how to adapt training for throwers during the winter months and how to adapt that as a group

 

Audience:Club volunteers and coaches

 

Objectives

  • Practical tools and delivery tips for large and small groups
  • Adapting to winter and combating holiday season
  • Changing it up – developing the athlete first thrower second during the winter months
  • How to get the best out of a group dynamic
  • Use of different equipment and spaces
  • Adapting athletes training to focus indoor to outdoor season goals – how to manage that within one training group

 

 

ENDURANCE 20th October – PRE-RECORDED

Liz Davies and Chris Jones

 

Title :Developing the Junior Endurance Athlete – supporting athlete progression through the pathway

 

Objectives:

 

  • To discuss the Welsh Athletics endurance pathway for developing athletes – aims and opportunities.
  • To look at ways that we can support young athletes when they move into the later stages of junior development
  • To explore how the physiological profile of a young athlete can start to influence event choice and training prescription

 

 

 

ALL EVENT GROUPS - 19th Nov  PRE RECORDED

Title - Profiling/planning and programming for the junior athlete

 

Presenter Fyn/Ryan/Matt

 

 

Audience :Coaches club and international

 

Aim: To understand how to profile an athlete and use this to adapt plan and program a athletes training plan across a year to the longer development plan

 

Provide general framework –What are we trying to affect and by when. FIIT Principle; overload, progression recovery. Highlight that the detail is in the delivery and not the planning

 

  • What is the overall goal and how to feed that into the overall LTD
  • Working back from the overall key phase or competition and how to establish what is important at each age group
  • Coaching the person in front of you. Use two case studies how you might programme for two made up athletes looking at their overall lifestyle, psychosocial development, physical/ technical profile.

Include goal setting and managing expectations of athlete who are late developers of going through puberty or having exam pressures

 

SPEED Sep 30th    - PRE- RECORDED

 

Title: Post Season Review, Annual Planning & Goal Setting

Presenter: Matt Elias

Aim & Audience:

Club coaches & new coaches looking to develop their knowledge of effective reviewing, planning & goal setting.

 

Objectives

This will webinar aims to -

 

  • Objectively review a competition season with the athlete
  • How to structure your annual coaching plan
  • Explore goal setting – process & outcome goals
  • Q&A session

 

THROWS - 26th October LIVE

 Title - Looking back to look forward, What lessons can be learnt from experiences  - A discussion with Elite Athlete/Coach

 

Presenter – TBD

 

Date Time 28th October 7.30pm

 

Aim – Lessons to be learnt from your older coaching/athlete self – what lessons can be learnt

 

Audience – Young Athlete/Coaches

 

Objectives

  • Highlight personal experiences specific around profiling & planning and adapting to winter – coaching year on year and how to keep the momentum and freshness
  • What experiences enabled you to learn – Negative and Positive
  • Athlete development – mistakes made
  • Personal development and how you sought the information

 

 

ENDURANCE Nov 20th   Pre-recorded

Title: An Introduction to Race Walking

 

Presenter – Bethan Davies and Liz Davies

 

Aim – To introduce the basics of race walking to new coaches

Audience – Club volunteers and coaches wanting to learn more about walks

 

Objectives;

  • What is race walking
  •  Develop an understanding of the components of race walking - technical and tactical

Explore training ideas

 

 

SPEED 28th October - LIVE

Title: An introduction to the sprint hurdles & focussing on technical skill development

Presenter: TBC

Aim & Audience:

Club coaches & new coaches looking to develop their knowledge & understanding of sprint hurdles. Focussed for development level athlete (14-19)

 

Objectives

This will webinar aims to -

 

  • Develop greater understanding of the sprint hurdles & its demands
  • Increase knowledge of skills & drills specific to technical development 
  • Appropriate training volumes/loads for physically maturing athletes
  • Understand the demands of athletes moving up in age groups
  • Q&A session

 

SPEED 25th Nov – PRE- RECORDED

Title: Training for the competition phase (all speed events)

Presenter: Matt Elias

Aim & Audience:

Club coaches & new coaches looking to develop their knowledge of how to train for a competition phases

 

Objectives

This will webinar aims to -

 

  • Understand effective competition training planning & appropriate competition selection
  • How to taper for competitions
  • Develop an athlete centred approach
  • Q&A session

 

 

         

 

 

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