Level 4 CPPD Course in Applied Performance Analysis
An informative 'hands-on' performance analysis course developed by Ulster University in partnership with Performa Sports, designed to help coaches and analysts to effectively leverage sports analysis for team performance improvement and player development, including reflective practice.
Who is this Course for?
- Anyone with an interest in sports and performance improvement through analysis
- Anyone who wishes to ‘skill up’ and learn about the next generation in performance analysis technology from Performa Sports
- Coaches, analysts and athletes interested in self-analysis and personal performance improvement
What will I gain?
- 60-days free access to Performa Sports iPad Application
- Course recognised at level 4 on the National Qualifications and Credit Framework
- Opportunity to benefit from Higher Education
- Attain 5 credits towards Certificate for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD)
- Ulster University certification
- Excellent understanding of Performa Sports performance analysis software
- Knowledge to apply efficient analysis workflows and effective performance communication (linking analysis to performance teaching)
What is CPPD?
The Certificate for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) is a framework within Ulster University with a range of short courses of study which can be undertaken at any stage in life, regardless of prior qualifications. You can study small courses which can be built up to achieve an award (60 credits in total) from the University.
“...brilliantly run, a fantastic learning environment combined with interesting content appropriate for performance analysis.”
- Gary Boyd, Talent ID Scout, Fulham Football Club and UEFA ‘A’ Licence Coach
"...exceeded my expectations. I learned a great deal from the course, both an enjoyable and informative module in enhancing the role of anyone interested in performance analysis..."
- Niall Collins, Performance Analyst Cork Camogie
“Excellent course with good interaction among the tutors and participants.”
- Gerard Dunne, Football Association of Ireland, Performance Analyst