Team Sports Performance Analysis

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This course in team sports match analysis introduces the use of various video-based technology tools and how these tools can be harnessed to support their coaching.

Participants will have the opportunity to practice with cutting-edge software used by professional sports clubs worldwide. In addition, participants will learn the fundamental principles of match analysis and how technology tools could be used to provide objective feedback to athletes. Participants will also be guided on a hands-on process to perform live video recording, tagging and sharing key video footages.

Learning Objectives

Participants will have a core understanding of match analysis and the use of technology in enhancing the coaching of team sports.

Some highlights of the course include:

  • Understanding the framework for a notational analysis system
  • Identifying technological tools used in match analysis
  • Conducting tagging by using match analysis tools 
  • Using multi-approaches in giving feedback throughout the coaching process

Who should attend?

Sports coaches, sports trainers and physical education teachers. 


Participants will be awarded the Certificate of Attendance by Republic Polytechnic upon completing a mini assignment.



Course Dates

25 Oct 2019

Course Duration

1 day (4 hours face-to-face; 4 hours e-learning)

Course Venue

Republic Polytechnic @ Woodlands

Full Course Fee (Others) Workfare Training Scheme (WTS)
Singapore Citizens aged 40 & above SME-employed Singapore Citizens& SPR Singapore Citizens aged below 40 OR Singapore PR

*SkillsFuture credit approved.

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Fees quoted are inclusive of GST. Republic Polytechnic reserves the right to make changes to the course fees and application closing dates without prior notice. The commencement of each course is subject to a sufficient number of participants. All information is accurate at time of publishing.