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DEPARTMENT OF SPORT, RECREATION AND RACING

Sport Education Roadshow 2014

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Faster Athlete Development

2014 Sport Education Roadshow: Higher, Faster, Stronger

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About the Forums The Northern Territory (NT) Government has developed a series of sport education forums to assist clubs and coaches build the capacity of their sports to improve participation experiences for athletes from grass roots to elite. Coaches will hear how to enhance their technical skill development and be exposed to current best practice coaching methods across a range of topics that are practical to implement into any coaching environment. The Alice Springs and Darwin Forums will include a Coach Masterclass, developed for career coaches or those who have an active role in athlete development within their sport club or school. Participants can attend the full day schedule or choose to only attend the sessions that are most relevant to them. The key focus of the forums is to assist individuals and clubs who have a passion for developing athletes along a pathway of a life-long involvement in sport.

When Alice Springs Friday 7 February and Saturday 8 February 2014 Double Tree Hilton, Barrett Drive ALICE SPRINGS

Katherine Tuesday 11 February 2014 Employment & Training NT Regional Centre, 19 Second Street KATHERINE

Darwin Friday 14 February and Saturday 15 February 2014 Rydges Darwin Airport Resort, 1/2 Sir Norman Brearley Drive MARRARA

Gove Monday 17 February 2014 Arnhem Club, 1 Franklyn Street, NHULUNBUY

Registration information Registrations for Masterclass and all forums are being taken online at www.dsrr.nt.gov.au. Registrations close Monday 3 February 2014. If you require further information please contact the Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing on 1800 045 678 or participation.dsrr@nt.gov.au

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Who should attend? Interested parties may include, but are not limited to: Club Coaches

Development Officers

Community Sport and Recreation Officers

School Sport NT Coaches and Managers

Administrators

Teachers

Fitness Trainers

Representative Coaches

Athletes

Parents

Volunteer Coaches

Officials

Accreditation For Coaches All attendees will receive a Certificate of Participation noting the number of professional development hours attended. These hours can be used to maintain or update your coaching standards within your sport. Please refer to your own sport’s coaching framework for information regarding professional development.

For Teachers The Higher, Faster, Stronger Sport Education Forums may be used to accrue hours of Professional Learning Requirements of the Teacher Registration Board. The topics may be linked to the National Professional Standards for Teacher Development in the following areas:

Domains of Teaching

Professional Standards for Teachers

Focus Areas

Professional Knowledge

1. Know students and how they learn.

1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.6

Professional Knowledge

2. Know the content and how to teach it.

2.1, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6

Professional Practice Professional Practice

3. Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning. 4. Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments.

3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5 4.1, 4.2, 4.4

Professional Practice Professional Engagement

5. Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning. 6. Engage in professional learning.

5.2

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6.2, 6.3


Coach Masterclass Alice Springs Friday 7 February Key Note Speakers - Carol Byers and Tim Ellison Darwin Friday 14 February Key Note Speakers - Patrick Hunt, Bill Sweetenham and Peter Gahan This full day Masterclass will be delivered to current and aspiring representative coaches by NTIS coaches and external speakers. Topics include practical methods of developing athletes, video analysis and review, creating optimal learning environments and replicating game demands in training. See the program schedule for session details.

Higher, Faster, Stronger Forums Alice Springs Saturday 8 February Key Note Speakers - Carol Byers Katherine Tuesday 11 February Key Note Speakers - Liz Grylls and Tim Ellison Darwin Saturday 15 February Key Note Speakers - Bill Sweetenham and Peter Gahan Gove Monday 17 February Key Note Speakers - Tim Ellison and Greg Dea Coaches will hear how to enhance their technical skill development and be exposed to current best practice coaching methods across a range of topics that are practical to implement into any coaching environment. Key note speakers Carol Byers, Patrick Hunt, Bill Sweetenham, Peter Gahan and Tim Ellison bring with them a wealth of National and International coaching experience and advice to inspire participants on their coaching journey. The key focus of the sessions is to assist individuals who have a passion for developing athletes along a pathway of a life-long involvement in sport.

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Alice Springs Double Tree Hilton, Barrett Drive

Masterclass Schedule - Friday 7 February 2014 Time

Topic

8:30am - 8:45am

8:45am - 9:30am

9:30am - 10:15am

Facilitators

Registration and Welcome Australia’s Winning Edge—What has occurred at the elite level of sport and what can be applied for the club coach Athlete Development Case Studies; Practical Methods of Developing Athletes

Carol Byers

Tim Ellison

10:15am - 10:45am

MORNING TEA

10:45am - 11:30am

Planning a Curriculum of Skills

Bronwyn Jonathon

11:30am - 12:15pm

Training Session Video Analysis & Review

Duncan MacGillivray

Getting The Most Out of Individual Sessions - Optimum Learning Environments

Tony Judd

12:15pm - 1:00pm 1:00pm - 1:30pm

LUNCH

1:30pm - 2:15pm

Replicating Game Demands In Training Why? How? When?

Nick Lenoir

2:15pm - 3:00pm

Performance Analysis—what we are doing at the elite level—what can be done at the club level

Carol Byers

Topic

Facilitators

Time 8:45am - 9:00am

Registration and Welcome

9:00am - 10:00am

Talent Development – Dare to Develop a Diamond and Develop a Diamonds programs

Carol Byers

10:00am - 10:45am

Physical Development for Young Athletes

Tim Ellison

10:45am - 11:00am

MORNING TEA

11:00am - 12:00pm

Fostering Mental Toughness in Athletes

Liz Grylls

Applied Nutrition - Energy In vs. Energy Out

Tim Ellison

12:00pm - 1:00pm 1:00pm - 1:30pm

LUNCH

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Assessing and Improving Athlete Movement Part 1

Greg Dea Chris Dowling

2:30pm - 3:30pm

Assessing and Improving Athlete Movement Part 2

Greg Dea Chris Dowling

3:30pm - 4:00pm

Q&A Panel

All

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Darwin Rydges Darwin Airport Resort, 1/2 Sir Norman Brearley Drive

Masterclass Schedule - Friday 14 February 2014 Time

Topic

Facilitators

8:30am - 8:45am

Registration and Welcome

8:45am - 9:30am

Group Dynamics

Patrick Hunt

Speed Development

Bill Sweetenham

9:30am - 10:15am 10:15am - 10:45am

MORNING TEA

10:45am - 11:30am

Athlete Development Case Studies; Practical Methods of Developing Athletes

Peter Gahan

11:30am - 12:15pm

Planning a Curriculum of Skills

Bronwyn Jonathon

Training Session Video Analysis & Review

Duncan MacGillivray

12:15pm - 1:00pm 1:00pm - 1:30pm

LUNCH

1:30pm - 2:15pm

Getting The Most Out of Individual Sessions - Optimum Learning Environments

Tony Judd

2:15pm - 3:00pm

Replicating Game Demands In Training Why? How? When?

Nick Lenoir

Higher, Faster, Stronger Schedule - Saturday 15 February 2014 Time

Topic

8:45am - 9:00am

Facilitators

Registration and Welcome

9:00am - 10:00am

Athlete Preparation

Bill Sweetenham

10:00am - 10:45am

Running Mechanics

Elisa Phillips

10:45am - 11:00am

MORNING TEA

11:00am - 12:00pm

Physical Development for Young Athletes

Peter Gahan

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Assessing and Improving Athlete Movement

Greg Dea

1:00pm - 1:30pm

LUNCH

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Applied Nutrition - Energy In vs. Energy Out

Tim Ellison

2:30 pm - 3:30pm

Fostering Mental Toughness in Athletes

Liz Grylls

3:30pm - 4:00pm

Q&A Panel

All Presenters

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Katherine Employment and Training NT Regional Centre, 19 Second Street

Higher, Faster, Stronger Schedule - Tuesday 11 February 2014 Time

Topic

Facilitators

5:30pm - 6:30pm

Fostering Mental Toughness in Athletes

Liz Grylls

6:30pm - 7:30pm

Physical Development for Young Athletes

Tim Ellison

7:30pm - 7:45pm

BREAK

7:45pm - 8:30pm

Applied Nutrition - Energy In vs. Energy Out

Tim Ellison

Gove Arnhem Club, 1 Franklyn Street

Higher, Faster, Stronger Schedule - Monday 17 February 2014 Time

Topic

Facilitators

5:30pm - 6:30pm

Physical Development for Young Athletes

Tim Ellison

6:30pm - 7:30pm

Assessing and Improving Athlete Movement

Greg Dea

7:30pm - 7:45pm

BREAK

7:45pm - 8:30pm

Applied Nutrition - Energy In vs. Energy Out

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Key Note Speakers Patrick Hunt Australian Institute of Sport - Applied Technical Advancement Coach Patrick Hunt, AM was one of the initial coaches of the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Basketball program and has been with the AIS since its inception in 1981. Patrick was an Assistant Coach to the Australian Boomers Basketball team (1989-1992) including the Barcelona Olympics and was a member of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Team scouting panel. Patrick was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia, AM, in 1995 for his services to basketball. In recent years, he has moved into the role of AIS Technical Advancement Coach to provide leadership, advice and expertise in applied technical coaching to assist AIS coaches to achieve sustainable international success. The National Association of Basketball Coaches in the United States recently presented Patrick with one of two 2012 NABC International Lifetime Achievement Awards. Patrick who is also the current President of the World Association of Basketball Coaches is the first Australian to be honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Peter Gahan Australian Baseball Federation - National Manager, Player & Coach Development A previous Australian Baseball Coach of the Year, Peter spent 12 years at the helm of player development as Head Coach at the Queensland Academy of Sport. During this time Peter held a part time position with Baseball Australia on their Major League Baseball Australia Academy Program. The focus of this position was on player and coach development along with all aspects of baseball training. Peter has spent a number of years as a Baseball International Scout and Player Developer for Cleveland Indians Baseball Club. The position consisted of assisting Major League coaches, coaching at rookie level and scouting Australia and Europe for upcoming talent. Inducted into the Queensland Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001, Peter has spent the last 3 years as National Manager, Player and Coaching Development at the Australian Baseball Federation.

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Key Note Speakers Bill Sweetenham International High Performance Swimming Coach Bill Sweetenham, AM has served as head coach of national swimming teams at 5 Olympic Games for 3 different countries, and has coached swimmers to success at 9 World Championships, 8 Commonwealth Games and 27 individual long course Olympic and World Championship podium finishes. Bill was the first state director of coaching for Queensland, and went on to serve as head swimming coach of Australian Swimming, head coach at both the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra and Hong Kong Sports Institute and National youth coach for Australian Swimming (1995-2000). As head coach and national performance director of British Swimming (2000 to 2007), British swimmers won 18 World Championship titles, and produced their best ever Commonwealth Games, World Championships and Olympic Games results. Bill’s current position is as consultant to Olympic and World Championship head coaches through the Australian Sports Commission. Bill is a member of the Order of Australia and a Churchill Fellow.

Carol Byers Netball Australia - Head of High Performance Carol Byers is a highly accredited coach on the Netball circuit, having most recently held positions with Netball Australia as the coach and athlete development manager and currently as the head of high performance. Carol’s previous coaching roles have included the Australian Institute of Sport and the Western Australian Institute of Sport, before moving onto the head coaching role at Victorian Fury and becoming ANL Premiers in 2008-2010. Carol has also held assisting coaching roles at Phoenix and Melbourne Vixens Netball Teams.

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Presenter Profiles

Bronwyn Jonathan Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing NTIS Head Coach - Netball

Bronwyn’s story includes a PhD in Sport Science and Honours in Psychology. She was formerly Captain of the South African Netball Team and played at two Commonwealth Games. Bronwyn is a high performance accredited netball coach, and her other achievements include coach and athlete development at Netball ACT and lecturing in Sport Science at Stellenbosch University.

Duncan MacGillivray Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing NTIS Head Coach - Rugby League

Darwin born and bred, Duncan moved to Sydney at 16 to pursue a career in rugby league with the Penrith Panthers and South Sydney Rabbitohs. Duncan also played in France, England and in four test matches for Scotland, two of them in the 2008 Rugby League World Cup. Duncan returned to Darwin in 2009 and briefly worked as a Development Officer for NT Rugby League before taking up the position as NTIS rugby league coach.

Nick Lenoir Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing NTIS Head Coach - Hockey

An Alice Springs local, Nick has experienced many facets of the player and coach pathway having his first hockey experience through school, representing Alice Springs Senior Men as a 12 year old. Nick has also played and coached professionally in Belgium and was the High Performance Manager with Hockey SA. He was part of the first ever Youth Olympic Games Australian Hockey team who won gold. Nick returned to Darwin in 2012 to join the NTIS coaching team. 10

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Presenter Profiles

Tony Judd Department of Sport , Recreation and Racing NTIS Head Coach - Cricket

Tony Judd is a Cricket Australia (CA) and England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Level 3 accredited cricket coach. His previous roles include Performance Analyst to Cricket Scotland, Scottish National Coach (2001-2004), Assistant Coach for the Tasmanian Tigers Southern based Sheffield Shield squad (1996-2000) and State Manager of Coaching and Development in Tasmania. He has also been involved with First Class and International cricket over the past 10 years with Scotland.

Chris Dowling Department of Sport , Recreation and Racing NTIS, Regional and Club Development Coordinator

Chris is an experienced strength and conditioning coach and has worked extensively with athletes from netball, AFL, hockey and tenpin bowling. His primary area of interest is physical competence development for the developing athlete. Chris has a Bachelor in Physical Education, Exercise and Sports Medicine and is currently undertaking his Masters in Exercise and Sports Science, Strength and Conditioning.

Liz Grylls Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing NTIS Sport Psychology/Athlete Career Education Coordinator

Liz has worked with elite tennis players since 2000 both in Australia and Internationally. She has a background in tennis, swimming and lecturing at both Charles Darwin University and the University of Ballarat. Her primary areas of interest are the factors that lead to elite performance both in and out of sport such as attitude, motivation, determination, persistence, visualisation. 11

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Greg Dea Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing NTIS Physiotherapist and Sports Medicine Coordinator

Greg’s journey includes degrees in Science and Physiotherapy and a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy. He has 7 years servicing the Australian and British Defence Forces, as well as working in private practice across Australia. The past 7 years have seen Darwin as his home where he has toured with NT Rugby Union (Men's and Schoolboys) and NT AFL (Under 16’s, 18’s and seniors). He transferred from Head Physiotherapist at NT Thunder FC to the NTIS in January 2013.

Tim Ellison Australian MTB XC National Junior Coach

Tim has 24 years experience as an athlete and coach of individual endurance sports and prior to this excelled at Rugby League. He has 10 years experience coaching all disciplines of cycling (road, track, BMX, MTB) at the junior level and was the NTIS head coach for cycling for 3 years. Tim is currently the junior athlete development manager for Triathlon NT, a National junior coach of MTB XC and consults to the NTIS as a strength and conditioning coach and athlete development specialist.

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About the Program Planning a Curriculum of Skills - Bronwyn Jonathon Athletes’ skills should be developed through a sequential program. This could be done through individual, small group and/or team sessions. The curriculum of skills provides a framework for coaches to plan their weekly contact sessions and ensures all components of the sport are addressed within the team environment. Training Session Video Analysis & Review - Duncan MacGillivray Video analysis of training sessions and matches provides an opportunity to analyse the following aspects of performance: player work rate, tackle count, foul play, coach communication style and player communication. From a team or player performance perspective, all issues can be measured. Coaches and players can gauge levels of commitment and confidence while team cohesion, for example, may be gauged upon levels of discipline, motivation and punctuality. Getting the Most Out of Individual Sessions - Optimum Learning Environments - Tony Judd During this session Tony will explain how he identifies the needs of the individuals in cricket and designs sessions and learning methods to reach the desired outcomes for both the coach and the individual. Replicating Game Demands In Training - Nick Lenoir Based on GPS data collected in the previous National Championship, we will look at how through the use of GPS and heart rate monitors, Nick manipulated the length of drills and rest periods to get desired training intensity to replicate a game in the lead up to the 2013 National U18 hockey championships. Fostering Mental Toughness in Athletes - Liz Grylls Liz will provide take home tips on building confidence in athletes. Learning how to instil resilience and perseverance in the face of difficult situations, such as, challenging training sessions, poor performance, performance plateau, and injury. Practical Methods of Developing Athletes - Tim Ellison and Peter Gahan Tim and Peter will discuss athlete case studies that encompass all areas of technical, tactical, physical and psychological development from under age to open age levels of competition. Applied Nutrition - Energy In VS Energy Out - Tim Ellison Tim will provide a “how to” guide that coaches can use to enhance the day to day nutritional habits of the athletes they work with. Running Mechanics - Michael Watkins Explore the optimum running technique for any type of running sport, from sprints, middle and long distance running through to team sports. Participants who attended and enjoyed the Frans Bosch workshop in July 2013, will enjoy this session.

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About the Program Assessing and Improving Athlete Movement - Greg Dea and Chris Dowling Part 1 (Theory) - Movement serves the basis of all athletic endeavours. This session will provide an overview of the basic movement screens used to identify athletic potential or lack thereof. Part 2 (Practical) - This session will provide practical and simple methods that coaches can use to screen for movement function in the athletes they work with. Physical Development for Young Athletes - Tim Ellison and Peter Gahan This session will provide both theoretical and practical methods that coaches can use to enhance the physical competence of athletes and how this relates to future sport specific skill execution.

Frequently Asked Questions Q1)

How much does it cost to attend Higher, Faster, Stronger?

Higher, Faster, Stronger is a series of sport education forums that the Northern Territory Government have developed to assist clubs and coaches build the capacity of their sports. These forums are all free to attend.

Q2) Do I have to attend every Coach Masterclass and/or Forum session? No. You can choose to attend the Masterclass sessions or forum sessions that are of most relevance or interest to you.

Q3)

How do I register to attend Higher, Faster, Stronger?

To register for Higher, Faster, Stronger please visit our website, www.dsrr.nt.gov.au. If you require any further information please email participation.dsrr@nt.gov.au or call 1800 045 678.

Q4) Is there a registration cut off date? Yes. The Registration cut off date for Higher, Faster, Stronger is Monday 03 February 2014.

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Frequently Asked Questions Q5)

How can I receive a copy of the Higher, Faster, Stronger forum

topics? The presentations will be given you on a memory stick for you to take home. There will also be copies available during each topic to take notes.

Q6)

How do I receive Professional Development attendance?

If you will be requiring a participation certificate or signature, please approach us after the Coach Masterclass or forum topic has been completed and we can arrange this for you.

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Registration information Registrations for the Coach Masterclass and all Higher, Faster, Stronger sessions are being taken online at www.dsrr.nt.gov.au. If you require further information please contact the Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing on 1800 045 678 or participation.dsrr@nt.gov.au.

Registrations close Monday 3 February 2014.

Department of Sport, Recreation and Racing P: 1800 045 678 E: participation.dsrr@nt.gov.au W: www.dsrr.nt.gov.au

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