Be energised as a Coach – joint the Premier Sports College study team

  • International Diploma in Strength and Conditioning Course

This course is accredited by one of the UK’s leading Awarding Bodies – the NCFE (UK) – and has been granted the NCFE Investing In Quality Licence. NCFE is recognised as an Awarding Organisation by the qualification regulators in the UK.  Find out more

  • Child or Juvenile Athlete-Player  Development Course

Calling all Coaches of Juvenile Athletes, Players and Teams – The best range of informative courses to become an expert at coaching children. Find out more

  • Premier College Video Series (Lectures and Practical Workshops)

This section of our website carries a range of interesting videos for coaches, managers, PE teachers, athletes and players

  • International Diploma in Functional Movement, Analysis and Development

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Premier Sports College

The Premier Sports College is a specific education provider dedicated to coach education and athlete-player development and performance enhancement. The purpose of the college is to make a positive difference in the lives of sports coaches, managers, trainers, fitness industry professionals as well as to school teachers and to offer modern state-of-the art content in all our courses.

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Be energised as a Coach – joint the Premier Sports College study team

  • International Diploma in Strength and Conditioning Course

This course is accredited by one of the UK’s leading Awarding Bodies – the NCFE (UK) – and has been granted the NCFE Investing In Quality Licence. NCFE is recognised as an Awarding Organisation by the qualification regulators in the UK.  Find out more

  • Child or Juvenile Athlete-Player  Development Course

Calling all Coaches of Juvenile Athletes, Players and Teams – The best range of informative courses to become an expert at coaching children. Find out more

  • Premier College Video Series (Lectures and Practical Workshops)

This section of our website carries a range of interesting videos for coaches, managers, PE teachers, athletes and players

  • International Diploma in Functional Movement, Analysis and Development

Find out more

FOR BEST VALUE!   Note: Select your location please – Top Right Corner of this home page. Payment is best in one’s own currency and for payment in Euro go .ie in Dollars .com and for Sterling payments .co.uk

SHORT COURSES (Under€50)

40 Sample Stamina Training Sessions

50 Sample Speed Training Sessions

Organisation and Ordering of the Training Session

Fundamental Motor Skills For 6 to 12 Year Olds 

Functional Skills for 6 to 12 Year Olds

The Principles of Speed Training

Speed Training for 6 to 9 Year Olds

Speed Training for 10 to 12 Year Olds

Theory and Practice of the Warm-up

Understanding the Importance of Rest and Recovery

Coaching Hint of the Week

Sport and Game Skills are basic to Good Coaching

The goal of the competitive phase in training is to maintain gains that have been achieved during the preparatory phase. This can be accomplished by reducing the number of training sessions per week, the number of exercises per workout and the length of each training session (Rothbert, G – Tudor Bompa Institute, Canada).

Managers and coaches need to trust that the pre-season training has achieved its aim and to trust the fitness levels of the athletes and players by spending the in-season work on sport skills, game skills and player skills with the important ingredient of speed always on the radar.

We often hear of teams that still spend so much time at running training when they should be using the ball every minute of every training session as soon as the key games approach. The only running should be 5 or 6 flat-out sprints over 10m, 12m or 15m after the dynamic warm-up to develop or maintain speed and perhaps a few speed repeatability sprints at the end of the session to maintain stamina. Suggested here is 3 or 4 sets of 4 sprints over 25m with a 25m or longer walk or jog back – that believe it or not is the recommended stamina work during the key game periods.

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Champions keep playing until they get it right. Billy Jean King (Tennis Champion)
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