Workshops

The Nottingham Trent University Sport Analysis and Performance Service can create a bespoke workshop or course to meet your organisation’s needs.

Workshop themes

Our workshops are charged either hourly, as half day, or full day workshops.
We do not provide catering for these but do include the cost of associated stationery.
There are many catering facilities, vending machines and water fountains on site,
which are at your disposal. Cafes have a reduced service outside term times.

Explore our list of specialisms training workshops.

  • Sport Psychology

  • The Sport Psychology Academic Team can deliver a range of workshops which may be tailored to the needs of your team or athletes.
  • Developing resilience
  • Handling pressure
  • Maintaining focus
  • Strengthening confidence
  • Imagery
  • Self-Talk
  • Social Support

For background information relevant to staff specialisms, please refer to the staff profile pages, where you can read about their current research/teaching activities in the area: 
Dr Mustafa Sarkar, Dr Julie Johnston, Dr Laura Healy.


  • Biomechanics

  • The Sport Biomechanics Academic Team can deliver a range of workshops tailored to the needs of your athletes.

  • Gait Analysis – identifying abnormalities in gait
  • The assessment and reporting of strength
  • Biomechanical measurements for monitoring sporting techniques
  • Technical sports clothing/footwear and equipment

For background information relevant to staff specialisms, please refer to the staff profile pages, where you can read about their current research/teaching activities in the area:

Dr Cleveland Barnett, Dr Charlotte Apps, Dr Maria Bisele


  • Team Sport Physiology

  • The Sport Physiology Academic Team delivers a range of workshops tailored to the needs of your team or athletes.
  • How to monitor training load and use it to develop athletes
  • The development of youth players and understanding maturation effects on development
  • Predict injury with training load
  • Accounting for the relative age effect in talent identification
  • How to prepare for competing in hot or altitude environments?

For background information relevant to staff specialisms, please refer to the staff profile pages, where you can read about their current research/teaching activities in the area:
Dr Caroline Sunderland, Dr John Morris, Dr Rachel Malcolm.


  • Environmental challenges for sport performance

  • The Sport Physiology Academic Team delivers a range of workshops tailored to the needs of your team or athletes.
  • How to prepare for competing in hot or altitude environments?
  • Temperature analysis and acclimatisation for hot, cold and altitude events.

For background information relevant to staff specialisms, please refer to the staff profile pages, where you can read about their current research/teaching activities in the area:
Dr Caroline Sunderland, Dr Ruth James,  Dr Rachel Malcolm.


  • Nutrition and Supplementation

  • Delivered by the Sport Nutrition and Physiology Academic Team.
  • Physiological investigations of oral contraceptive use on performance and health related outcomes
  • Nutritional interventions to help maintain menstrual cycle function
  • The impact of diets and nutrition strategies on bone health
  • Implications of sports supplementation on performance and health
  • Dietary analysis for public health targets such as obesity
  • Exercise-induced asthma

For background information relevant to staff specialisms, please refer to the staff profile pages, where you can read about their current research/teaching activities in the area:
Dr Kirsty Hunter, Dr Neil Williams, Prof Craig Sale, Associate Prof Kirsty Elliott-Sale Dr David Clayton Dr Ruth James, Dr Jessica Piasecki.


  • Human Physiology and Performance

  • Delivered by the Sport Physiology Academic Team.
  • Appropriate assessment and implications of maximal oxygen uptake (V02 max) and lactate levels
  • Overtraining and training stress
  • Optimisation of the bike position for cycling and triathlon events
  • Identifying bone health using DXA scanning
  • Sweat analysis
  • Physiological implications of menstrual cycle for performance
  • Exercise-induced asthma and lung function
  • Breathing Muscle Function & Training Interventions

For background information relevant to staff specialisms, please refer to the staff profile pages, where you can read about their current research/teaching activities in the area:
Dr Ian Varley, Dr Philip Hennis , Dr Jessica PiaseckiDr John Hough, Dr Graham Sharpe, Dr Neil Williams, Dr Michael Johnson,  Prof Craig Sale ,  Associate Prof Kirsty Elliott-Sale, Dr David Clayton, Dr Ruth James.


  • Sport Coaching

  • The Sport Coaching Academic Team delivers a range of workshops tailored to the needs of your team or athletes.

  • Athlete-centred approaches to coaching
  • Good practice for the teaching and coaching of sport

For background information relevant to staff specialisms, please refer to the staff profile pages, where you can read about their current research/teaching activities in the area:
Dr Stuart Jolly, Dr Laura Healy.


  • Sport Sociology

  • Delivered by the Sport Physiology Academic Team.

  • Social inclusion and exclusion
  • Violence and consent
  • Athletic identity
  • Designing education programmes for sport including considerations for inclusion
  • Health and fitness: Creating community and belonging

For background information relevant to staff specialisms, please refer to the staff profile pages, where you can read about their current research/teaching activities in the area:
Dr David HindleyDr Christopher Matthews,  Dr Gavin Weedon , Dr Ali Bowes.

Andy Palmer

December 2018

 

 

Massive thanks to the team at NTU Biomechanics lab for rekindling my faith in one day being a runner. What can only be called the ultimate in gait test.

Our fees

These workshops based at the Nottingham Trent University Clifton Campus have a duration of 4 hours (half day) or 8 hours (full day)  or can be booked by the hour (hourly) and are delivered by an expert in the field.

Hourly
1-4 hours

£195/hour

Half-day
4 hours

£780

Full day
8 hours

£1,560

The maximum number of delegates is 30. Please enquire about larger group numbers.

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