The Soccer Brain: Learn how to profile your players to better understand how the mind drives behaviors
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America and Provelop have partnered to provide coaches attending the 2013 Summer Symposium with the opportunity to add an additional education opportunity to their weekend.
The Provelop 1-Day Coaching Intensive Program
For years, the majority of player development has revolved around the physical and tactical elements of the game. But in order to fully maximize player potential, both on and off the field, a coach needs to be able to train the mind of a player as well. Even with the most gifted athletes, mental toughness is the key to long-term development and success.
As the official neuroscience conditioning partner of the NSCAA, Provelop is excited to offer a program specifically designed for this year’s symposium. The Provelop system was created to provide coaches with a unique set of developmental tools based around the mind of an athlete. During this 1-day program, which includes an additional online course, coaches will learn how to use mental conditioning in order to impact player performance.
The NSCAA and Provelop are happy to announce a special promotion for the upcoming summer symposium. The first 10 coaches who sign up for the Provelop 1-day Coaching Intensive Program on August 3 will receive 15 free profiles for their team. This is a powerful and unique opportunity to start making a fundamental change in the minds of your athletes at no additional cost to you and your players. Sign up today to make sure you don’t miss out!
Course Location: 2013 NSCAA Summer Symposium at the Orlando World Center in Orlando, FL
Course Date/Time: Saturday, Aug. 3 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Course Price: $125 as an add on to the Summer Symposium Registration or $250 for those coaches wanting to just attend The 1-Day Coaching Intensive Program. If you cannot attend the 1- day program, the Online Coach Accreditation Course can be purchased for $50.
Online Coach Accreditation Course:
- Introduction to the Talent Profile
- Overview of the Provelop Profile
- Taking the Profile
- Roles and Responsibility of the Provelop Coach
- Exploration of the components of the Profile
1-Day Coaching Intensive Program:
- Incorporating Learning Styles into the Provelop Coaching Session
- Reviewing Your Own Profile
- How to Deliver a Provelop Profile Feedback Session
- Introduction to Skills and Drills
- Development Planning and Next Steps
"The Provelop profile is a powerful tool that enables a coach to impact his or her players in ways that would not be possible without this cutting-edge program." - Jeff Cook, Head Coach, Dartmouth College.
Provelop is a leader in the field of performance psychology. Tony Faulkner, Provelop founder, has been working as a sports psychologist in the English Premier League for over a decade now. While studying the best players in the world, Tony spent years developing the Provelop Profile, an online questionnaire that is designed to measure the key performance indicators of an athlete. To accompany this profile, the Provelop team has created a core curriculum that is designed to empower coaches everywhere. The Provelop system is currently used by coaches and athletes of all levels, ranging from development academies to colleges and universities to top-level professional teams.