Athletics NI in conjunction with British Athletics provide a range of off the shelf workshops that help to provide coaches with a fundamental understanding of key topics. Most workshops contain a combination of theory and practical elements. Some workshops are also delivered purely online through British Athletics uLearnAthletics.com website.
This workshop will introduce the Athletics 365 Coach Pack and discuss the British Athletics Athlete Development Model. Athletics 365 focuses on developmental age rather than chronological age and there will be a discussion on child maturation and how this should influence session content for 8-16 year old athletes.
Full Details here:
Athletics 365 Workshop
Date: Sunday 20th May 2018
Time: 1pm - 5pm
Venue: Mary Peters Track (Outdoors)
Cost: £22.50 (Includes 200 page Athletics 365 Manual - provided on the day)
Spaces are limited.
It is a statutory requirement for anyone who works with children to update their knowledge of legislation and guidance and maintain the ability to act on concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people.
The new Guide Running Workshop which will give you the theoretical knowledge behind Guide Running and also the opportunity to practice Guide Running with other Leaders/Coaches and the opportunity to guide athletes who are Blind/Partially sighted.
This online only workshop is open to all and provides valuable information on anti-doping and clean sport.
This online only workshop is designed to introduce a range of topics that provide background information and knowledge for leaders and coaches to enable them to better support disabled athletes. In particular, the module is based on the principle of focusing on ability rather than disability.
The Sight Loss Awareness and Guide Running workshop enables leaders, coaches and volunteers to attract and support more visually impaired (VI) people to Athletics and running.