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Date/Time: 23/12/2016
10:15 am - 6:00 pm
Location: Osaka Gakuin University - Room 02 (Building No.2, B1F)
Speaker(s): Emma Hayes
Language: English (Japanese translation)

This course will be open for only the persons who have attended “Football Periodisation – Introduction seminar in 2011”, “

Football Periodisation – Basic seminar in 2012”, or “Football Periodisation – Basic course (Level 2)”.

This course will be opened for those who learned the introduction and the introductory part of the theory of the “Football Periodisation” in the Basic course.

 

Organizer :

World Football Academy Japan  J-Dream

Partner :

E-3 Inc.  NBTC

 

【 Seminar program 】

1)  Chelsea Ladies Periodisation – From the beginning

Emma Hayes will explain how she has implemented the Periodisation in Chelsea Ladies FC. How did she change the training schedule of the team that had no experience with periodisation? She will also share how she experimented with changing the planning of recovery days.

2)  Full Time periodisation with adaptations for women

Full-time training is common in the men’s game but in the women’s game not all teams are training full-time. Emma will explain how she guided the transition process from training 3 – 4 times per week to full-time training. In particular, she will explain how she avoided overtraining and injuries in the first phase of this transition.

3)  External factors / Challenges / Monitoring

Emma will explain the specific characters of a women’s team in general and female players in particular. She will share with the delegates several of the challenges a coach faces when introducing the periodisation model in the women’s game and how you can deal with it. She will also show the delegates how you can monitor/evaluate the progress of your team/players.

4)  Trends in the women’s game – Based on the 2015 World cup / 2016 Olympics

Emma will give an overview of the most important trends in the women’s football based of the 2015 World cup / 2016 Olympics. What are characteristics of modern women’s football and what are the biggest changes in the last years?

 

【 Day schedule 】

10:00 ‐ 10:15   Registration
10:15       Course opening

10:15 ‐ 11:30   1)  Chelsea Ladies Periodisation – From the beginning

11:30 ‐ 11:45   Break

11:45 ‐ 13:00   2)  Full Time periodisation with adaptations for women

13:00 ‐ 13:30   Q&A session

13:30 ‐ 14:30   Lunch

14:30 ‐ 15:45   3)  External factors / Challenges / Monitoring

15:45 ‐ 16:00   Break

17:00 ‐ 17:15   4)  Trends in the women’s game – Based on the 2015 World cup / 2016 Olympics

17:15 ‐ 17:45   Q&A session
17:45 ‐ 18:00   Course ending, Certificate

 

【 Seminar fee 】

Periodisation in Women’s Football – dealing with external factors : JPY 21,500 – (tax included)

* Overseas remittance fee have to paid by registrant’s own expense.
* The summary of the PowerPoint document used during the lecture.

 

【 Registration 】

If you would like to register, please fill in the registration form below and payment will be by PayPal. After completed it all, we will send an email of acceptance completion.

 

【 Cancel policy 】

Will be canceled if you have an unavoidable reasons, please contact to WFA Japan.

The cancellation fee will be as below, and overseas remittance fee have to pay by registrant’s own expense. The refund will be after January 2014 on account of the proceedings from overseas, please understand it.

* From 14-November to 27-November  : 25% of course fee (75% refund)

* From 28-November to 11-December  : 50% of course fee (50% refund)

* After 12-December : 100% of course fee (no refund)

 

【 The seating capacity 】 70 seats

 

【 Closing date for registration 】   11th December 2016

The registration will close when the prescribed number of applicants is reached.

 

【 Contact・Media reception 】

World Football Academy Japan
E-mail : info@worldfootballacademy.jp   K. Kawai (Mr.)

 

 

Bookings

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