In connection with the Nordic Championships for Wu20, Mu20 and Mu18 in Södertälje, the Swedish Basketball Federation invites you to a coaching clinic with several Swedish and international lecturers.
When: Friday June 30 and Saturday July 1
What: International clinic on player development with Swedish and international lecturers.
Where: Täljehallen, Södertälje
For whom: For those who coach players aged 7-25 years
Registration deadline: Registration is closed. Should you still wish to participate, please contact Rikard Aspegren (email@example.com).
I samband med Nordiska Mästerskapen för DU20, HU20 och HU18 i Södertälje bjuder Svenska Basketbollförbundet in till en coachclinic med flera svenska och internationella föreläsare.
När: Fredag 30 juni och lördag 1 juli
Vad: Internationell clinic kring spelarutveckling med svenska och internationella föreläsare
Var: Täljehallen, Södertälje
För vem: För dig som coachar spelare i åldern 7-25 år.
Sista anmälningsdag: Anmälan har stängt, skulle du ändå vilja delta kontakta Rikard Aspegren (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Friday 30 June
08.00 The registration opens
09.30 The clinic starts in Täljehallen (A)
09.45 Getting to Grips with the Constraints-Led Approach – Alex Sarama
11.20 Leadership and Teamwork – Mikko Riipinen
13.10 The Role of the Performer-Environment Interaction for Developing Skill – Alan Dunton
14.30 High Performance Teams – Kenny Grant
15. 50 Skill acquisition ages 13 and under – Patrik Johansen
17.00 NBA Player Development Practice Design – Joe Boylan
18.30 Closing remarks
19.30 Meet-and-Greet – Quality Hotel Park
Saturday 1 July
08.30 Creating Effective Environments – Kenny Grant
09.30 Manipulating Constraints Purposefully – Alex Sarama
10.30 Action Capabilities: Facilitating Skilled Performance – Alan Dunton
11.30 Representative Learning and Conditioning – Joe Boylan
12.20 Closing remarks
Alex SaramaPlayer Improvement Coordinator at Paris Basketball, responsible for College Prep program in Borgomanero (Italy) and one of two who runs Basketball Immersion
Kenny GrantHead coach Denain Voltaire Basket and former assistant coach of the Swedish men's national team.
Alan DuntonLecturer in Coaching Science & Sports Pedagogy and Skill Acquisition Consultant. Former Head of Strength & Conditioning / Performance Coach for the Irish Senior Women Basketball Team
Patrik JohansenPlayer and coach development at Drillo, 27 years of coaching experience in helping young players become professional players.
Most important part of skill acquisition/player development?
Creating an environment where competition is commonplace, and players can discover a variety of solutions instead of trying to practice finding one rigid solution.