Held in conjunction with the Singapura Finance 46th Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championship, this workshop aims to help you mould your child to reach their fullest potential and put in their best performance during trainings and competitions.! Understanding the concept of Mental Resilience is the key building block to allowing your child to realise his maximum potential to achieve it. At the end of this workshop, you will have a clear understanding on how to develop mental resilience without exhausting your child from the esteemed speaker, Mr Azrulnizam Shah.
Mr Azrulnizam Shah, a Psychology major specialising in Sport Psychology, has been actively involved in management, sport performance, and coaching capabilities for close to a decade. He is currently Chief Executive of Home United Football Club. His past accolades include heading the development of the Home United Football Club as its Chief Executive and implementing psychological framework for mental skill trainers at Kinetix LLP, Victoria Junior College and Raffles Institution. In addition, Azrulnizam was the Assistant Sport Psychologist at SportSingapore from 2010 to 2012, where he was in charge of conceptualising and implementing mental skills programmes for both elite-level national athletes and youth development squads. Highly recognized in the sport science and psychology field, Azrulnizam lend his wealth of knowledge to several of our local national teams and sport organisations, such as the National Water Polo Team, Singapore Rugby Union, and Singapore Baseball Association and Singapore Softball Association. Well-respected within the sporting arena, Azrulnizam ’s list of affiliations also includes Singapore Sports Institute, SportSingapore, Singapore National Olympic Committee, National University of Singapore, and other international universities and associations.
i. Introduction to Mental Resilience and what it actually means
ii. Developing Mental Resilience - A framework of intervention part 1
iii. Developing Mental Resilience - A framework of intervention part 2
iv. Case studies on Mental Resilience
v. The risk of burnout