Posted By : James Bolton
Dear Coach, Colleague, Just a polite reminder of our Seminar next Wednesday 27th here at Hallam University. If you have already booked a place please arrive for a 6pm start. Tea/Coffee from 5.30pm.
There are still a few places available if you wish to attend. Please book via email to myself. - Richard - Coach Development Officer (Women’s & Girls Football) FA Women’s High Performance Football Centre
On Wednesday 27th February Sheffield Hallam University are hosting a CPD workshop, delivered by Andrew Shepherd, looking at the detail and knowledge required in working with female athletes. This will be a very informative workshop, looking at the specific skills we need & use around coaching the female athlete. Andrew is a specialist in this area and can enhance our knowledge around working effectively with female athletes.
Some information on Andrew:
"Andrew Shepherd is a Sport and Exercise Nutritionist and Sports Scientist whose role is to help athletes improve their nutrition habits, technique and processes through individual workshops, small group workshops and lectures/talks enabling them to perform at their best.
In addition to holding a BSc and M.Dip from Sheffield Hallam University, Andrew is also a Practitioner Registrant with the Sport and Exercise Nutrition register (SENr), holds a Level One Anthropometrist (ISAK Level 1), Level 2 certificate in Food Safety, the UKAD Accredited Anti Doping Advisor Certificate.
Andrew now works for Sheffield Hallam University (including Team Hallam, Performance Athlete Support Programme (PASP) and Sport England Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) as well as working for Swim England and running Absolute Sports Nutrition http://www.absolutesportsnutrition.co.uk/home. In these roles, he works with athletes, parents and coaches of all ages to address day to day issues faced nutrition in training, competition and times of illness and injury. During this time Andrew has supported Amateur, Junior, World, Olympic, Para-Olympic and Commonwealth Games athletes.”
The workshop will be held in the lecture theatre here at Collegiate Campus, Hallam University, starting promptly at 6pm.
Free tea & coffee will be available from 5.30pm pre workshop.
To book your place or if you have any questions please email Richard Meek, Coach Development Officer at the FA Women's High Performance Centre, (copied in) by return confirming.
Kind Regards Richard
Coach Development Officer (Women’s & Girls Football)
FA Women’s High Performance Football Centre
T306, Pearson Building | Broomgrove Road | Sheffield | S10 2BP
e: R.J.Meek@shu.ac.uk| t: 0114 225 2001
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