Applied Sports Psychology Course
3 February 2018 (Saturday) to 4 February 2018 (Sunday), 9am to 5pm daily
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Applied Sports Psychology Course by Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP)
(For All NROC Coaches)
The objectives of this course are to help participants learn how to:
- Assess, plan and periodise mental skills training in their chosen sport
- Apply mental skills for injury rehabilitation and recovery
- Teach mental skills to others in an interactive, engaging way
For future course details, please click here.
In-class assessments will be conducted. Certificate of Performance will be awarded to participants who achieve at least 75% attendance and pass assessments.
This course is claimable using SkillsFuture Credit.
- 18 years old and above
- Competed in sport as an athlete for at least 2 years
- Some background in any of the following would be useful but not necessary:
- National Coaching Accreditation Programme (NCAP) Level 1 Theory or above;
- SG-Coach certification or its equivalent
About the Course Presenter
This course is conducted by Mr Edgar Tham (Sport & Performance Psychologist). Edgar has worked with more than 40 different performance domains (e.g. sports, music, performing arts, military, civil defence, business, sales, online forex/futures trading, motor racing, professional poker, etc) from the schools to world championships level since 1993.
Date and Time
3 February 2018 (Saturday) to 4 February 2018 (Sunday)
9am to 5pm daily
Ngee Ann Polytechnic CET Academy
Blk 50, #01-01
535 Clementi Road
S$321.00 (includes GST)
Up to 10 hours
Please register via this link by 3 January 2018 (Wednesday).
For further queries, please e-mail enquiryCET@np.edu.sg or call 6460 6353. For a full list of CET programmes organised by NP, please click here.
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