Wed 2nd August 2023 – 6-9pm, Dublin/London time UTC 0
Wed 9th August 2023 – 6-8pm, Dublin/London time UTC 0
Delivered online via Zoom.
The Developing Analysis Department in Semi Professional/Elite Amateur Rugby is an interactive course with other rugby coaches. You will receive a lecture from Brian Fitzpatrick who will also facilitate a discussion with other individuals involved in the same level of rugby so you can learn from each other as well as the content.
This course is limited to a maximum of 10 people/course.
There will be a 2 sessions, initial session and and follow up 2 weeks later.
To be covered
- Utilising your human and financial resources
- Long term planning for yourself and your club
- Technical basics
- Focus on outcomes
- How to make analysis enjoyable and not burdensome
- How to analyse particular parts of the game
- Project managing with little time
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Brian Fitzpatrick firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early Bird Rate available until 16th July 2023 workshop for €124.99, €174.99 thereafter.
Current clients of BF Sports Analysis, please contact Brian directly for more information.
Brian Fitzpatrick is the owner of BF Sports Analysis, founded 2017.
BSc(Hons) Sports Science, 2014
Masters of Business Administration, 2022
Prior to BF Sports Analysis. Brian worked in professional rugby with London Irish and Dublin GAA. With BF Sports Analysis we have worked with professional rugby coaches developing their animated playbooks and began developing an expected points model in rugby. Brian has also delved back into professional rugby spending a season in ProD2 with Agen,
This course seeks to combine lessons learned from both sports science and business to deliver a rounded view to developing a path towards an analysis department that delivers a competitive advantage.
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