Performance analysis exists to support coaches. The better the relationship between analyst and coach, the more impact analysis can have. However, it’s not always easy to build a strong relationship: coaches are under a lot of pressure, and their jobs are always on the line.
Drawing on the experience of analysts from the Premier League, Championship, WSL and Bundesliga, this module explains the analyst-coach relationship and sets out clear guidelines for working well with coaches. You’ll learn how to adapt quickly to a new coach, and find out how to continually improve your relationship with any coach.
This module is CPD accredited.
This model is part of a Level 3 Qualification
This Course Includes:
The information you’ll learn in this module was provided by analysts with experience in the Premier League, Championship, WSL and Bundesliga.
The expert group worked closely with our award-winning content team to create a fully-interactive course based on their expertise. Our content team are not only football fans: we have years of experience creating digital learning for football professionals.
This module will be useful to analysts who want to optimise the way they work with coaching staff.
The course will also be valuable to anyone interested in how elite back-room staff work with coaches, such as journalists and other football professionals.
If you’re not yet working in analysis, this module can still be very valuable for your development. However, you’ll get the most out of it if you complete our Level 1 and 2 courses first.
Ready to learn how to work with coaches?
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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