This course offers articles and videos from elite level coaches and Performance Analysts sharing their insights and advice, coupled with case studies and tasks will help you think more purposefully about a team’s performances. You will learn why and how to measure and analyze a team’s performances and how this can be achieved at a club level.
Within their Continuing Professional Development courses, Northumbria University in Newcastle offers an online certificate for anyone who wants to improve sports performance through data analysis. Learn what data can be gathered, how to interpret it, how to apply it to the coaching and training process, and how to make use of it in competitions.
Rob Carroll, creator of thevideoanalyst website, offers 20 video tutorials on how to use the popular videoanalysis software Dartfish. This online course is intended for any level, from novice to experienced users and provides you numerous tips and tricks on how to effectively use Dartfish. Learn how to tag, create a tagging panel, edit events, create tables, use the zone tool and more.
In this Excel online course, Rob Carroll walks though how to do basic reporting and presentation of data in this widely used analytics software. The course consists of 9.5 hours of videos on how to create meaningful reports and dashboards, no matter your level of experience with the tool. He covers areas such as filtering, cell referencing, data validation, basic formulas and more.
This online course created by Rob Carroll offers an introduction to what Performance Analysis is. In his video lectures he covers numerous areas around the subject of analytics in sport, from performance indicators and profiling to the various software and analytics techniques available. The course can be taken at your own pace as it is over 400 minutes long and contains supporting documentation in certain topics.
This course aims to train and prepare future performance analysis to efficiently scrutinized a profound understanding of the nature of the game through the use of data. The course is based around the VIDEOBSERVER digital platform and offers certification in such platform by delivering a series of contents on preliminary observation and analysis.
Specialised Taught Courses
STATS offers a continue professional development course teaching the core elements and concepts of performance analysis. The course also provides valuable practical experience with analysis technology and enables students to develop the skills that are essential for career progression in the performance analysis sector.
This course offered by LEAR Training enables you to create relevant statistical models to measure performance indicators in any sport. It allows students to set realistic standards and targets to provide that evidence based road map towards performance improvement. The format of the course consists on four 90 minutes webinars discussing applied principles and techniques in performance analysis.
Cardiff Metropolitan University offers an applied sport science programme that focuses on the understanding, improvement and analysis of performance in sport. The curriculum develops your knowledge of tactical analysis, measuring technical effectiveness, technique analysis using a range of modern techniques and technology, behavioural analysis and Global Positioning Systems (GPS).
University of Derby’s BSc (Hons) Performance Analysis and Coaching Science degree offers both practical experience of performance analysis and coaching and the latest academic theory. The course teaches sport and exercise science along with specialist skills and knowledge for a career in performance sport, covering the latest coaching and performance analysis technologies, such as Sports Code, Dartfish and Quintic.
This degree by the University of Suffolk offers you an opportunity to develop skills needed for a career in elite sport performance analysis. The university provides a high standard of specialist sport science facilities, and a chance to learn in an innovative environment that matches that of elite sports organisations. The course also covers the latest analysis software throughout your degree studies.
London South Bank University's degree prepares students to become qualified and accredited in coaching of elite athletes. The university partners with sporting organisations such as London FA and England Rugby to provide students with practical experience in areas within sport coaching and performance analysis. The course covers a wide range of topics from biomechanics to sports psychology to notational and performance analysis.
University of Salford's Sports Science undergraduate degree covers numerous both traditional and conteporary aspects of human performance, from exercise physiology, psychology, biomechanics and nutrition to performance analysis and strength and conditioning. Students will have a chance to study in performance laboratories, analysis facilities, and a strength and conditioning suite for testing, analysing and training.
University of Chichester’s MSc Sports Performance analysis programme is designed for graduates seeking to develop specialist knowledge in Sports Performance Analysis. Students are given the opportunity to gain industry experience by working with elite clubs in various sports, such as Football and Rugby, while studying the course. The course consists on six modules and either a 12,000 final dissertation or a 6,000 journal with an oral presentation.
Middlesex University's Masters degree provides graduates with the skills to improve efficiency of performance in sport and reduce athlete's risk of injury. The course offers work placements to provide students with experience in the sport and exercise environment, working in organisations such as Saracens Rugby Club, Tottenham Hotspurs and the Rugby Football Union. You will also become proefficient in Sportscode, Dartfish and Quintic analysis packages
This MSc Applied Sports Performance Analysis provides students with the knowledge and practical skills in the field by offering a chance to engage in a wide range of applied activities and scenarios encouraging them to think creatively, solve problems, and utilise the knowledge gained. A majority of class time for this course is spent participating in small group, on-line discussions and activities.
Robert Gordon University's MSc Applied Sports Performance Analysis course develops students' skills to monitor and record sporting performances as well as liaise with coaches and athletes in the training and competition environments to improve their performance. It offers a total of six modules, from feedback-based analysis of sports performance to biomechanics and Instrumentation as well as including a work placement.
This Masters programme combines academic, practical and research based skills. Students are given the choice between two pathways: Applied or Analytics. The Applied pathway prepares practitioners with scientific principles to develop their understanding of the theory behind analysis. The Analytics pathway combines data science skills and knowledge of sport with performance analysis theory.
The programme by the University of Salford offers students access to industry standard Performance Analysis equipment and a chance to learn it used across sports to enhance performance. The course focuses around sports injuries and how performance analysis is measured to assist in injury prevention. It consists on two modules and a final dissertation.