APPLIED PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
By: Dr. Sian Allen
Are you looking to take your performance analysis skills to the next level?
Our applied performance analysis course is part of our pro-practitioner series; individual courses designed specially for sports scientists to help you excel in your career.
this 10 lesson course delivered by dr Sian Allen, a senior research scientist at lululemon will hone your statistical analysis skills and deepen your knowledge of data while showing you the stats that really matter.
Why Take This Course?
Who Is This Course For?
This course is aimed at professional performance analysts aiming to create impact for their clients. If you’re still studying – but you’re driving hard at becoming a performance analyst or heading for a career in sports science – then this course will advance your skills ahead of your stage of development.
The course will allow you to set your performance and statistical analysis work with quality, clarity and rigour. You’ll be able to focus on the data that matters most and develop your skills to get the best out of your athletes.
Course + Community = Results
You’ll have access to the course for the lifetime of the course. On top of the course content, a chance to connect with your expert tutor, you’ll have access to the Supporting Champions community forever!
In the community, you’ll find:
Course students from around the world, learning & engaging together
About The Course Tutor
Dr. Sian Allen
Dr. Sian Allen is a Senior Research Scientist in the innovation team at Lululemon Athletica, Former Performance Intelligence Manager with New Zealand Institute of Sport, and holds a PhD in Statistical Modelling AUT.
"I’ve designed this course specifically to help performance analysts get the most from the opportunity in front of them of working with athletes and teams. There is a need to make sure you’re setting your systems, processes and performance questions up from the start of your work otherwise you’ll be playing catch up with your background work and scratching the surface of the difference you can make."