December – January sees Athlete Assessments wrap up 2018 presenting at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Annual Conference and ushering in 2019 in Georgia presenting at the National Kinesiology Annual Conference – a busy time! A few details about the jam-packed conference schedule ahead for December 2018 and January 2019 …
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Exceptional outcomes are possible when people work together, and the Annual Conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) showcases the leading strategies that support sports industry professionals in their quest to perform at the highest possible level.
This annual conference is the largest of its kind in the world, an apex event, and Athlete Assessments is once again hosting an exhibit at the conference to share information about its sport specific DISC Profiles, Consultant Program, Academic Program and popular Athlete Tough workbook and video series. These tools are currently in private practice, in the classrooms, with individuals and with teams, but a visit to the exhibit will ensure you know exactly how these tools can benefit you.
The groundswell of support for women coaches worldwide is gathering momentum with the fourth annual Japanese Women Leaders & Coaches Academy running 11-13 September 2018 in Karuizawa, Japan.
Athlete Assessments is exhibiting at the 2018 North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) Conference, in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Laren Dyer, Head of Operations for Athlete Assessments, will be returning to the 2018 conference after a successful event last year.
As Head of Operations, Laren is the key administrative contact for many of our clients. At Athlete Assessments, Laren holds our confidence and trust, he does exceptional work with our clients and has an excellent knowledge of our products and services.
Themed ‘Aspire to Inspire’, the 2018 N4A Annual Convention in Washington DC this month is all about inspiring student-athletes to aspire to academic and personal excellence, conference organizers say.
The N4A is a professional, not-for-profit organization and one of 17 managed by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). Members include academic support and student services personnel and the organizations focused on staff education and development. The N4A shares critical resources on mentoring, professional development and maintaining a culture of success and academic integrity. Internally, the organization’s awards reflect the high standard of performance they encourage, awards include; The Model Practices Award, Professional Promise and Research Awards.
WeCOACH (previously the Alliance of Women Coaches) is set to stage the 46th Women Coaches Academy (WCA) and the second Academy 2.0 in Denver at the end of November 2018.
Academy 2.0 is a master-class that sees the second cohort of women coaches, graduates of the NCAA Women Coaches Academies, submerge themselves in a specialist extension program run in conjunction with the upcoming WCA.
The United States Center for Coaching Excellence (USCCE) connects coaches and coach development specialists and will be hosting their annual North American Coach Development Summit in Orlando, Florida on June 18 -20. As a Summit sponsor, Athlete Assessments’ Client Director Liz Hanson will be at the Summit to catch up with clients, talk coach development techniques and explore the concepts presented by each keynote speaker.
Basketball Australia is holding its third National Coaching Conference over 7th and 8th May at the Institute of Sport’s Basketball High-Performance Centre in Canberra. For one of the first day sessions, they have assembled a powerful panel on Coach Leadership and Mentoring.
Client Director for Athlete Assessments, Liz Masen will be at the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Convention and the Women’s Basketball Final Four, 29 March –
The first cohort of ten women Coaches, graduates of the NCAA Women Coaches Academies, are set to submerge themselves in Academy 2.0, a specialist extension program for graduates run for the first-time at the upcoming 43rd Women Coaches Academy in Denver, Colorado this December.