We often receive questions from people about our courses so we’ve put together a few of the most recent to help answer theml
Is it possible to complete your courses in my spare time or is it a full-time commitment?
Our courses can be completed in your spare time. They’re designed to be taken at whatever time is most convenient for you. This allows you to fit modules around any other commitments you might have.
When can I start the course I want to take?
Once you’ve purchased a course, you can start it any time. The course is now yours for life and you can start it whenever best suits you. If you want, you can dive right in, or you can wait until a time that is more suitable for you.
How long does a course take to complete?
Everyone has their own learning speed, but on average each module takes 60 to 90 minutes to complete.
You can take modules on their own or you can take them as part of a course that includes 2 or 3 relevant modules. A 3 module course would take approximately 3 to 4.5 hours to complete.
There’s no time limit or deadline, so you don’t need to rush to complete any of our courses. Take as much time as you need.
How much does it cost to take a course?
The prices of courses and modules vary. Take a look at our shop to find the current prices.
Each course is made up of 2-3 modules. If you want to take more than one module, a course can be better value for money than taking an individual module.
I would like to do a course on performance analysis in football. Can you provide more details on your course?
We offer three different courses on performance analysis. One of them is designed as an introduction to the subject and the other two are for people who already have some knowledge of performance analysis and want to take their skills to the next level.
If you’re new to the subject, our Level 1 course, Foundation in Performance Analysis in Football is the best place to start. It introduces you to the key skills and knowledge you’ll need to conduct performance analysis. It also features a real example of successful analysis from a Premier League club, showing you how it’s done in professional football.
Once you’ve completed the foundation module, or if you already have some experience, we recommend completing our Level 2 performance analysis modules.
Level 2: Key Processes in Performance Analysis in Football introduces three of the most important performance analysis processes carried out at top-flight clubs. It includes modules on player development, training analysis, and post-match analysis.
The content of these courses was provided by analysts with experience in the Premier League, the Women’s Super League, the Championship, La Liga and Serie B.
I’ve seen your courses, where do I start?
Our range of courses allows you to start where you want. It all depends on your previous experience and what you want to specialise in.
If you’re completely new to data and performance analysis in football, we recommend starting with our Level 1: Introduction to Football Analysis course. It will teach you the essentials about analysis in football, how data is used, and the different pathways you can take for a career in football analysis. We also have Level 1 foundation modules on each of the two main pathways: Performance Analysis and Recruitment Analysis.
If you already have experience of football analysis and have a strong knowledge of the modern game, it might be better to start with one of our Level 2 courses. These include Key Processes in Performance Analysis, Performance Analysis Tools, The Recruitment Analysis Process and Understanding Data in Football.
If you’re already an experienced analyst, you might already be ready to start with our Level 3 course, Working with Coaches and Players.
Each module is also available for you to take on its own. But if you don’t have previous experience, we recommend starting with a Level 1 course before completing anything that is Level 2 or Level 3.
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