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Coaching Conference 22 - 24 July 2005

Beijing and Beyond - Developing Our Future Champions

Harbour Sport, Auckland University of Technology and the Millennium Institute of Sport & Health are proud to present:

A Coaching Conference for Key Personnel Involved in Coaching at all Levels of Sport.

World renown coaching experts sharing their ideas on how you can become a more effective coach!

More information at the Harbour Sport website >>.

Coaching Conference Keynotes and Workshops

This timetable is a tentative guide, final workshops and presenters may vary slightly than those shown below.

 

Friday

6.30-7.30

 

Keynote 1:

Long Term Development of Performance: Tim Mahon

 

Saturday

8.30-9.30

Keynote 2:

Game Sense Approaches to Coaching: Rod Thorpe

 

9.30-10.30

Workshop 1a:

Decision-Making in rugby

 

Rick Shuttleworth

Workshop 2a:

Chaos Coaching: Back to the Playground

Robert Jarman/

Kevin Sheehy

Workshop 3a:

 

Athletic Development: from Theory to Practice

Tim Mahon

 

MORNING TEA

11.00-12.00

Workshop 1a/2a/3a:

Games Sense Coaching in Practice

Rod Thorpe

12.00-1.00

Workshop 1c:

Developing Footwork for Sport

David Bailey

Workshop 2c:

Am I an Instructor or a Coach?

Graeme Robson

Workshop 3b:

Using your Computor and Camera for coaching

Kevin Woolcott

 

 

LUNCH

2.00-

3.00

Workshop 1d:

Developing Perceptual Skills for Children

Ian Renshaw

Workshop 2d:

Performance Profiling

 

Dr Tony Oldham

Workshop 3d:

Fundamental Movement Skills

TBC

3.00-4.00

 

Workshop 1e/2e/3e:

 

Rod Thorpe

4.15-5.15

Keynote 3:

Long term Planning for Success: Roger Flynn

 

5.30-9.00

Social Event: Speaker: TBC

 

Sunday

9-10

Keynote 4:

Changing the way we coach: Improving Coaching Practice: Clive Pope

 

10.30-12.00

Workshop 1d:

Planning & Technology

 

Roger Flynn

Workshop 2d:

Self-Assessment in Coaching

 

Dr Clive Pope

Workshop 3b:

Fitness Training using Games

Helen Tunstall/

Andrew Kilding

1-2.15

Panel Discussion and Farewell

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