Search results for 'Coaching' (10)
Julian NorthJulian is the Director of the Research Centre for Sport Coaching, and a Reader in Sport Coaching.
Dr Bob Muir
Bob is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Coaching. He leads the Football Association Post Graduate Diploma in Coach Development and acts as a consultant for several other professional and Olympic sports to facilitate situated coach learning and professional development programmes.
Professor John Lyle
John is Professor of Sport Coaching in the School of Sport, and prior to that Dean of the School of Psychology and Sport Sciences at Northumbria University; enjoying lengthy career in HE, first in PE and thereafter in sport coaching.
Nicky is a Leeds Beckett University scholarship PhD student, at the Carnegie School of Sport, working on a realist evaluation of a coach education, learning and development programme.
Sergio is a Reader in Sport Coaching. A former Team GB coach Sergio has extensive international experience in the development and evaluation and coach education systems. He has also conducted research into High Performance Coaching and Positive Youth Development. Sergio is the director of the globally acclaimed iCoachKids project.
Dr David Piggott
David is currently course leader for the MSc in Sport Coaching. He received his PhD from Loughborough University in 2008 and spent 2018-2020 as Research Lead in the Performance Insights Department at the English FA.
Dr Fieke Rongen
Senior lecturer in Sports Coaching within the Carnegie School of Sport.
Dr Kevin Till
Kevin Till is a Professor of Athletic Development within the Sports Coaching Group in the Carnegie School of Sport at Leeds Beckett University. Kevin contributes to research, PhD supervision, teaching and project management combining his academic expertise with his practical experience to enhance applied research within the fields of athletic development, strength and conditioning, coaching and sport science.
Dr Leanne Norman
Leanne is a Professor of Sport and Sociocultural Studies and Director of the Research Centre for Social Justice in Sport and Society within the Carnegie School of Sport. Her research utilises a critical sociological lens to examine sport organisational and coaching cultures to address gender equity and diversity within sport coaching workforces.
Dr Andy Daly-Smith
Andy is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity and Behavioural Science. His research focusses on impact and feasibility of physical activity interventions for children and young people.