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ECSS Webinar on COVID-19

ECSS Webinar on COVID-19

23 Sug 2022 discussion chaired by Prof. Susanna Hedenborg, Malmö University, Malmö, Sweden. Speaker 1: Ass. Prof. PhD Jörg Krieger Aarhus University "A Game Changer? Getting Hold of the Overall Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Sport and Physical Exercise". Speaker 2: PhD Prof. Contratado Doctor José Carlos Jaenes Sánchez Acreditado Titular ANECA, Sevilla "Emotional and adaptative responses of Spanish competitive athletes to lockdown". Speaker 3: Ass. Senior Lecturer Daniel Svensson and Annika Rosén PhD Malmö University "Digital adjustments of sport as consequences of the Corona pandemic"
Webinar 4: People Plans in Action

Webinar 4: People Plans in Action

In this Apr 2022 webinar, guest speakers from Charlotte Osborne (British Dressage) and Jess Callaghan (Street Games) discuss funding, workforce pathways and staff training programs. Funding explained - levy vs. non levy. Restructuring NGB workforce pathways.
Online safety - it is not about the internet... | Jim Gamble

Online safety - it is not about the internet... | Jim Gamble

This TEDxStormontWomen 2020 talk considers the nature of the online threat including the nature of the beast, the suggestion that blaming tech companies is too simplistic, the importance of individual leadership and simple ideas that can make us all safer. Jim Gamble is a former senior police officer and a renowned child protection expert. He is the CEO and one of the founding partners of the Ineqe Group, the largest independent safeguarding organisation in the UK and Ireland. Jim is a frequent media commentator on issues related to protective services, best practice, the internet and child protection. @JimGamble_INEQE This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
Michael Mogan interview

Michael Mogan interview

Interview with Michael Mogan MBE who is also Swim England Head of Fundraising.
The Club Matters Workshop Experience

The Club Matters Workshop Experience

Club Matters workshops can give you lots of useful advice and connect with like minded people! We wanted to show you what you can expect experience on one and in this video you get to see what the volunteer experience workshop is like! This video explores the many benefits of attending the workshops, provides information on the different topics they cover and the flexible formats on offer. For more information please visit https://bit.ly/3ce8gvw
Hannah Cockroft and Ellie Simmonds on London 2012

Hannah Cockroft and Ellie Simmonds on London 2012

Ten years on from the Games that changed Paralympic sport, two of Britain's most recognisable and successful Paralympians - Hannah Cockroft and Ellie Simmonds - talk about the impact that London 2012 had, and whether the positive effects are still being felt today.
The Quiet Ones: Natasha’s Story

The Quiet Ones: Natasha’s Story

In May 2022, the English Institute of Sport (EIS) celebrated 20 years of providing outstanding support that enables sports and athletes to excel. They are there not just for the medal moments, but for the highs and the lows, for the good days and the difficult days, for everything that comes before the spotlight, and for everything that follows afterwards. In this film you meet Performance Lifestyle Advisor, Natasha, who works with a range of Olympic and Paralympic athletes, supporting their personal and professional development. We hope that through Natasha’s story and the subsequent ‘Quiet Ones’ stories, you can build a picture of the entire EIS, an organisation that works quietly and effectively at the heart of the UK’s high performance sporting system.
Mission 2025

Mission 2025

For nearly 20 years, the EIS has been committed to sustaining and enhancing Britain’s great history in high performance sport. Mission 2025 is a new strategy that will take the EIS through to the Paris 2024 Games and beyond, working in close partnership with sports and athletes.
The Quiet Ones

The Quiet Ones

In May 2022, the English Institute of Sport (EIS) celebrated 20 years of providing outstanding support that enables sports and athletes to excel. They are there not just for the medal moments, but for the highs and the lows, for the good days and the difficult days, for everything that comes before the spotlight, and for everything that follows afterwards. Through this film and the three subsequent films that will follow, you will meet Natasha (Performance Lifestyle), Glenn (Performance Innovation) and Emma (Physiotherapy), three individuals with their own stories, but we hope that these stories help to build a picture of the entire EIS, an organisation that works quietly and effectively at the heart of the UK’s high performance sporting system.
An evolution in support tools for sports performance

An evolution in support tools for sports performance

A presentation given by researcher Claire Calmels to an International Conference organized by France's National Institute of Sport, of Expertise and Performance (25/26 November 2021).
The importance of the psychologist’s and the mental preparation counsellor’s work

The importance of the psychologist’s and the mental preparation counsellor’s work

... before and during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Natalie Durand-Bush and French Swimming's Florian Bruzzo discussed (in French, with slides in English) the topic at an International Conference organized by France's National Institute of Sport, of Expertise and Performance (25/26November 2021).
Student sport at the University of Bath

Student sport at the University of Bath

The University of Bath is rightly proud of its student sports offer. From recreational activities to gym and classes, BUCS competition and performance sport there is something for everyone. Find out more at https://www.teambath.com/student or check out the Virtual Open Day at https://www.teambath.com/virtual-open-day-student-sport/
Swimming Performance

Swimming Performance

This eoisode of the podcast published in Aug 2021, USA Swimming High Performance Consultant, Russell Mark discusses Performance Analysis - the technology, biomechanics, video feeds, techniques and the measurements being used to help Olympic swimmers compete at their best.
Leading Gen Z with Fergus Connolly

Leading Gen Z with Fergus Connolly

This episode of Executives Uncut published in Aug 2020 tackles the problem of working with people across different generations, specifically Gen Z.
Fergus Connolly High Performance Coach

Fergus Connolly High Performance Coach

Fergus Connolly discusses his journey into the field of performance coach, starting as a strength & conditioning and sport science consultant. Topics discussed in this episode: - Importance of working hard and putting yourself in high-performance programs early in your career; - The power that empathy can have as a coach and its importance for connecting with athletes; - Tips and tricks to optimise your presenting skills and engaging with your audience; - Details around Fergus' new upcoming coaching course
Mark Foster in conversation with Nick Gold

Mark Foster in conversation with Nick Gold

In this informal and easy conversation published in Mar 2022, Mark talks engagingly with MD Nick Gold about his experiences and what he learned from competitive swimming, the Olympics and his varied media work.
Jennifer LaMont and the 2022 ASCA World Clinic in Las Vegas

Jennifer LaMont and the 2022 ASCA World Clinic in Las Vegas

Jennifer LaMont is the CEO of the American Swim Coaches Association (ASCA). The 54th annual ASCA World Coaches Clinic is being held in Las Vegas, Nevada and provides an opportunity to connect with fellow coaches and like minded people inside of the sport of swimming. Brett and Nate met at ASCA in 2019 and created a podcast together...
10 of the BEST - Lewis Clareburt

10 of the BEST - Lewis Clareburt

Interview with Lewis Clareburt, World Championshop Medalist who trained for the Commonwealth Games in the BEST Centre pool with the New Zealand National Team and if we have discovered anything it is that he is in love with Mallorca.
10 of the BEST - Hannah Miley

10 of the BEST - Hannah Miley

Interview with the incredible Hannah Miley, Olympic and world championship medalist who tell us who inspires her, what are her pre race thoughts, her happiest moment in swimming, her hardest set ever done and much more!
SASP Revive Programme

SASP Revive Programme

The Revive Activity programme offers individuals (18+) experiencing drug and alcohol addiction issues and or mental health challenges the chance to get active and enjoy some new physical activity experiences. Revive sessions welcome people at whatever stage of their recovery journey they may be at, and are also suitable for those who are temporarily sober or drug free. The Revive programme is fully inclusive and is open to people of all abilities and experience levels. The programme offers a variety of fun, casual and sociable activity sessions. The aim is to provide participants with the chance to reap the physical and emotional benefits of exercise, along with offering them the opportunity to socialise in new environments. As well as group sessions the Revive programme also offers 1 to 1 mentoring with Sports Mentors. More info: https://www.sasp.co.uk/revive
Learn to Swim Management System Review

Learn to Swim Management System Review

Swim England will review your Learn to Swim management system and recommend improvements. There are two phases, with phase two being optional. Phase one: this is an analysis of your lesson management software and processes. Phase two: this phase is optional and conducted in line with your business needs. Find out more at https://bit.ly/LTSReview
Best Practice - Parental guidance

Best Practice - Parental guidance

As swimming teachers, we must provide the safest learning environment for our swimmers. This article details the best practice techniques that teachers should be following during their lessons. Read the full article https://bit.ly/3QaRkEy
Best Practice - Body language

Best Practice - Body language

As swimming teachers, we must provide the safest learning environment for our swimmers. This article details the best practice techniques that teachers should be following during their lessons. Read the full article https://bit.ly/3QaRkEy
Best Practice - Appropriate clothing

Best Practice - Appropriate clothing

As swimming teachers, we must provide the safest learning environment for our swimmers. This article details the best practice techniques that teachers should be following during their lessons. Read the full article https://bit.ly/3QaRkEy
Best Practice - Appropriate holds

Best Practice - Appropriate holds

As swimming teachers, we must provide the safest learning environment for our swimmers. This article details the best practice techniques that teachers should be following during their lessons. Read the full guidance https://bit.ly/3QaRkEy
Teaching and Education Conference 2022 - speaker Adrian Bethune

Teaching and Education Conference 2022 - speaker Adrian Bethune

Award-winning author and teacher, Adrian Bethune, is running a workshop called 'Developing Swimmer Wellbeing' at the 2022 Teaching and Education Conference focusing on why wellbeing is so integral to learning and improving performance. The session will focus on the importance of swimming teachers cultivating positive emotions in their students to inspire them and help them fulfil their potential. Adrian will share some of the key research from the science of wellbeing, as well as giving attendees practical ideas to take away and put into practice in the pool. Find out more about the sessions https://bit.ly/3JwgoDQ and get your ticket to the 2022 conference: https://shop.swimming.org/se-tc-conf-22
We challenged Michael Phelps to recreate his 4x100 glory... with his golf clubs

We challenged Michael Phelps to recreate his 4x100 glory... with his golf clubs

Michael Phelps famously broke swimmings 4x100m Olympics world record. Now, we challenge him to compete in golf's version of the 4x100... Phelps also explains how his swimming background has helped his golf game.
Katie Sadleir talks about safe sport

Katie Sadleir talks about safe sport

Katie Sadleir, Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Games Federation explains how in Commonwealth Sport, everyone has the right to take part in an environment free from harm and abuse. She highlights the role the CGF plays in supporting their members to take action on safeguarding. We believe children have the right to take part in sport in a safe, supportive, and enjoyable environment. We know you do, too. It’s time to get off the sidelines and stop abuse in sport from happening before it starts. Find out more at www.safeinsport.org
World Drowning Prevention Day Special

World Drowning Prevention Day Special

In this special episode of the RNLI Lifesavers Podcas, the RNLI celebrates the work of lifesavers who work for and with us across the UK, Ireland and further afield. Listen in to hear first-hand from lifesavers in Bangladesh, who have set up and operate the first professional beach lifeguard service in Bangladesh, supported by the RNLI.
Together, We Can Prevent Drowning

Together, We Can Prevent Drowning

On 25 July, the first World Drowning Prevention Day was commemorated. This animation highlights the dangers of drowning and what we can all do to prevent it. Anyone can drown, no one should. More information: https://bit.ly/3PPx7Uz
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