A workshop covering Long Jump, Triple Jump and High Jump aimed at Coaching Assistant and Athletics Coach level. A theory session on physical preparation and planning followed by a practical session.
Events hosted, or supported, by England Athletics. For Officiating and Coaching qualification courses see our Courses (qualifications) section. Details of Championships are available here.
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Jeremy Fischer is Director and Head Coach of the USATF Residence program at Chula Vista. The Masterclass will include Jeremy's journey from athlete to coach, Jeremy's key coaching philosophy, content of his training sessions, QA session.
The Sight Loss Awareness and Guide Running workshop enables Leaders, Coaches and Volunteers to attract and support more visually impaired (VI) people to athletics and running.
This will be a practical outdoor session focussing on technique and water jump, delivered by Stuart Stokes and Helen Clitheroe.
South West Regional Council are hosting the Annual South West Conference, the regional England Athletics Consultation, and the South West Region Volunteer Awards presentation at the Isca Centre in Exeter. Consultation 1pm-1.40pm, Conference 1.40pm-5pm, Awards 5pm - 8pm.
This Endurance workshop will cover planning and periodisation; work and rest ratios and cycles. Coaches are encouraged to attend with a Key Athlete to discuss loads, volume, intensity, planning goal setting, target projection.
Make effective use of the award-winning Athletics 365 resources with your athletes. Ideal for Coaching Assistants, Athletics Coaches, those new to Athletics 365 and/or youth development and experienced practitioners wishing to refresh and consolidate their knowledge.
Researchers at Leeds Beckett University are offering Yorkshire-based coaches the opportunity to attend free workshops. The workshops will promote healthy athlete development and sustained engagement in sport with an additional focus on anti-doping.
England Athletics will be hosting regional coach and athlete workshops covering all of the sprints and hurdles events (100m - 400m, sprint and long hurdles). The workshop format will be a 1.5hr theory based session on managing athletes in a training environment and a 1.5hr practical session putting theory into practice. The practical session will have an event specialist to identify key principles in order to add value and context to your coaching. This workshop forms part one of a two part series.
Day one of a workshop on how to develop the movement skills which will enable your athletes to move more quickly and efficiently, generate greater force and reduce the risks of injury. This workshop is for coaches working with athletes who are club level through to aspiring to international level.