Training analysis supports the work of coaches to help players get more from their time on the training pitch.
Built on the expertise of experienced Championship analysts, this module explains how training works at professional clubs, and sets out how analysts can support effective training. We’ll look at filming and coding training, and find out the key skills and knowledge a training analyst needs.
This module is CPD accredited.
This model is part of a Level 2 Qualification
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The information you’ll learn in this module was provided by a group of performance analysts with experience in the Championship. You can visit our Experts page to see a selection of the analysts who have contributed to our courses.
Our award-winning content team worked closely with the analyst group to create a fully-interactive course based on their expertise. Our content team are not only football fans: we have years of experience in creating digital learning for football professionals.
This module forms the second part of our Level 2 Key Processes in Performance Analysis, so it leads on naturally from “Analysis for Player Development?” and sets you up to take “Post-Match Analysis,” the other modules in that course.
As a standalone module, it’s a great guide for anyone looking to apply analysis on the training pitch, whether as a professional analyst or a coach at any level of the game.
Ready to learn how analysis can support training?
Once you’ve chosen your course, you’ll be taken to a web page where you can get started. You can take the course entirely in your browser. It’s made up of text pages with images, animations, interactive exercises and a final questionnaire. Audio narration will guide you through.
You can complete the course at your own pace. It’s yours for life, so you can revisit it whenever you want.
You can take the course entirely in your browser. You don’t need any other materials, but you might want to take notes on paper or on another device.
Our courses contain a lot of detail and hands-on interaction. This makes them difficult to use effectively on a phone or tablet. We recommend using your laptop or PC, with the largest screen you have access to.
We have done everything we can to make our courses accessible to those with visual, auditory and cognitive challenges. Please get in touch if we can support your learning in any way.
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