The North East Coach Development Days are free and open to all coaches and run leaders of any level of experience who feel they would benefit from attending. Each day consists of a discipline-specific set of workshops: throws, jumps, speed and endurance, with follow-up sessions early in 2015.
Accredited Club status recognises the safety and effectiveness of Athletics clubs and also enables access to funds unavailable to those without accreditation. Claremont Road Runners were presented with the Accredited Club status (Clubmark) certificate by Nick Ridgeon (Club and Coach Support Officer for Tyne & Wear and Cumbria).
This year at the Northern Coaching Conference we want to focus on supporting leaders and coaches to develop their knowledge, practice and skill to move from Good to Great. Coaches can come together and help improve what we do through the sharing of best practice as well as having the opportunity to explore concepts through practical sessions.
We are pleased to announce that Malcolm Brown will deliver the opening keynote at the North Coaching Conference on 27th September.
Exact content TBC based on feedback from previous workshop on 11th October 2014.Gateshead College Academy For Sport
Covering Perfectionism, Steeplechase, 800/1500m Development, Open Question and Answer SessionGateshead College Academy For Sport
Exact content TBC based on feedback from previous workshop on 29th November 2014.Gateshead College Academy For Sport
Exact content TBC based on feedback from previous workshop on 18th October 2014.Gateshead College Academy For Sport
Generic planning workshop with group work and discussion facilitated by NCDP Mentees John Stacey & Nick Ridgeon.Gateshead College Academy For Sport
Covering planning training to develop speed all year round, hurdle drills, developing the long sprinter, how to coach a Speed warm-up, open Question and Answer Session.Gateshead College Academy For Sport