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Winning pathways workshop - athlete pathways & development : conference program, 12-13 December 2016.

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Record Number 513975
Item Type Video
E Resource
Meeting Name Winning pathways workshop. Conference (2016 : Canberra, ACT.)
Title Winning pathways workshop - athlete pathways & development : conference program, 12-13 December 2016.
Other title December 2016 winning pathways workshop
Published 2016
Description 21 streaming videos : mp4 file + 1 computer file (PDF)
Content Type two-dimensional moving image
text
Media Type computer
Carrier Type online resource
Series 2016 Conferences
Notes Available for Clearinghouse for Sport member groups B & C only.
Contents Video presentations are titled : Athlete pathways and development update / Andrew Logan -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Australian Paralympic Committee / Tim Matthews -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Athletics Australia / Sara Mulkearns -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Australian Sailing / Elise Rechichi -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Baseball Australia / Glenn Williams -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : BMX Australia / Luke Madill -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Australian Canoeing / Glenn Pyne -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Equestrian Australia / Gina Haddad -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Golf Australia / Jarred Pilgrim -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Gymnastics Australia / Jo Richards ; Bree Bryant -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Hockey Australia / Michael Crooks -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Swimming Australia / Jamie Salter -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Tennis Australia / Callum Beale -- 3 slides in 3 minutes : Water Polo Australia / Matt Turnbull -- National athlete pathway framework update / Daniel Green -- Applied coaching practices : skill acquisition / Daniel Greenwood ; Derek Panchuk -- Overview of day 2 / Juanita Weissensteiner -- Learning from our very best / Lauren Burns -- Applying learnings from other expertise domains / Andrew Logan -- Contemporary and international TID insights / Juanita Weissensteiner -- Discussion : national championships in junior age groups / Group discussion.
Summary The aim of the Winning Pathways Workshop series is to enhance the knowledge, skills and abilities of those who manage the identification, verification and performance development of athletes on their journey to the podium at Olympic/Paralympic/Commonwealth Games and World Championships. This was the seventh workshop in the Winning Pathways series since December 2013. Around 80 people working in pathways development attended this workshop including AIS/ASC staff: the majority of participants were NSO staff with significant representation from State departments of sport and recreation, NIN, universities, sports schools and regional academies. This workshop covered the following topics including: •NSO updates of their recent pathways work: “3 slides in 3 minutes” •Effective communications •Future direction of NAPF direct action: Communication, Implementation & Measuring Impact •Applied Coaching Practices •Olympic gold medallist Lauren Burns – The athlete’s voice •Applying learnings from other domains - St. Thomas Choir of Leipzig •Contemporary & International TID Insights. Previous Workshops have dealt with athlete profiling, and National Athlete Pathway Frameworks, NSO initiatives, athlete load monitoring, market segmentation, and personal development sessions with leading business schools.
Subjects conference
research
Olympic sports
Paralympic Games
Commonwealth Games
world championship
Information + Innovation
Sharing
Talent identification
talent development
Sports science
Added Corporate Name Australian Institute of Sport
Electronic Resource Click here to watch streaming videos (this video is only available to member groups B & C)
2016 Winning Pathways Workshop program of events (PDF)
Clearinghouse for Sport Client Services Model (access restrictions explained)
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