Lincolnshire Coaches Week promotes, develops and recognises coaches in Lincolnshire.
Through a wide range of activities such as courses, events and case studies, Lincolnshire Coaches Week runs in the last week of May each year.
Lincolnshire Coaches Week 2013 takes place from Monday 20th May to Sunday 26th May.
Coaches Week provides an opportunity for coaches to attend bespoke workshops delivered by University of Lincoln and nominate their coach for the ‘My Coach is Brilliant’ Award.
To book your place on any of the following courses, download the booking forms and return to email@example.com or by post to Unit 9, Allenby Business Village, Crofton Road, Lincoln, LN3 4NL.
Injury Prevention and Prehabilitation Workshop – Monday 20th May 18:30-20:30
This free engaging workshop for coaches is designed to develop skills and practises to prevent injury. The coach should be prepared to interact and participate throughout to recognise imbalances or weaknesses in performance and have the ability to implement strategies to prevent injury in their own athletes.
Aims and Objectives
- To ensure coaches recognise the early signs and symptoms of performance imbalance.
- To provide feedback to athletes when observing skills or movements.
- Realise the importance of injury prevention and have the ability to implement a protocol to reduce the risk of injury occurrence.
- Have the ability to observe a skill, highlight the working muscles and determine effectiveness.
- Successfully complete the FMS (Functional Movement Screening) and be able to implement as part of coaching practice.
- Design an injury prevention intervention using SMART principles.
Technique Analysis: A Coaches Guide to Enhancing Sports Performance – Tuesday 21st May 18:30-20:30
Join this FREE workshop designed for any coaches working with athletes that require analysis of their technique to fine-tune or enhance their sporting performance. Video technology isn’t just for elite performers! Whether your sport is tennis, track & field, cycling, golf, gymnastics, rowing, football, basketball or any other you can benefit from this free practical based workshop of video capturing and analysis through the use of Kinovea. Please Book. Who is it for? Aspiring coaches.
This workshop will allow you, the coach to become confident using the Kinovea Video Analysis Software.
Aims and Objectives
- Introduce a time and cost-effective method of performing a technique analysis (Kinovea) and provide an effective guide to recording video data so that the coach can utilize the use of this software on a specific skill.
- Successfully introduce and/or develop the knowledge of any biomechanical principles that may be addressed during the workshop enabling a successful analysis of technique that will ultimately lead to the improvement of performance.
- Present the need and usefulness of using such equipment to assist in the provision of information, monitoring and evaluation of a performance in a sport specifically relevant to the individual.
Sports Psychology Mental Skills Training – Thursday 23rd May 18:30 – 20:30
This FREE workshop aims to provide an insight for coaches into the understanding and application of mental skills training. The workshop will include a demonstration of techniques and a consideration of a wide range of case studies to aid the decision process in determining which mental skill to improve upon relevant to the context. By the end of the workshop you will be able to perform and prescribe the correct mental skills training for an individual client or team. Please book. Who is it for? Coaches.
Implementing mental skills training: Advice and techniques for coaches.
Aims and Objectives
- Understand the different types of mental skills training and how to implement them safely and successfully.
- Determine appropriate mental skills to use in relevant situations with the aid of example case studies.
- Develop own programme independently of mental skills training for use with individual athletes/cases.
A Guide to Mentoring Sports Coaches -Saturday 25th May 10.00-13.00
Nominate your coach for the ‘My Coach is Brilliant’ Award
To nominate your coach for the “My Coach is Brilliant” Award please email your vote to firstname.lastname@example.org or send by post to Unit 9, Allenby Business Village, Crofton Road, Lincoln, LN3 4NL.
Alan Walker (Swimming)
Alan coaches at City of Lincoln Pentaqua. Alan is a brilliant coach as he encourages he athletes to achieve their goals.
Andy Mason (Swimming)
Andy coaches at Lincoln Vulcans. Andy has inspired his athletes to achieve their potential by trusting his swimmers and motivating them.
Dan Perrin (Multi-sport)
Dan is a teacher at New College Stamford, where he has encouraged inactive pupils to take part in sport. These pupils now have an increased confidence level.
Jayne Walsh (Netball)
Jayne coaches at Boston Juniors. Jayne supports all aspects of the club and teams. Jayne encourages ad motivates players to achieve and improve their skills.
Jez Noonan (Swimming)
Jez coaches at City of Lincoln Pentaqua. Jez always gets the best from his athletes even when they are having bad days by being inspirational, jolly, funny, kind, firm but fair and lovely.
Keith Palmer (Swimming)
As a previous competitive swimmer; Keith knows how to get the best out of his athletes.
Nigel Oldham (Swimming)
Nigel coaches at Lincoln Vulcans, where he makes all sessions interesting, fun and progressive.
Roger Hooton (Karate and Yoga)
Roger has been coaching Shotokan Karate in Lincolnshire since 1980’s. Roger always maintains high standards; whether he is coaching adults or infants.
Vince Gilman-Abel (Swimming)
Vince coaches at City of Lincoln Pentaqua. Vince organises sessions which are inspirational, and provides good demonstrations of techniques.
Lincolnshire Coaches Week 2012
To see videos from last year’s workshops, click the links below:
Watch the video about Technique Analysis here.
Watch the video about Talking Education not Sport here.
Watch the video about Performance Analysis here.
Watch the video about Nutrition here.
Lincolnshire Coaches Week – Daily Blog
Monday’s Daily Blog can be found here.
Tuesday’s Daily Blog can be found here.