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Hawk-Eye at Wimbledon

Posted on 28 June 2012 by Jordan Bryan

Reaching the twelve month mark of working various tennis events has brought me a unique insight to the world of Hawk-Eye, some of which I will share in this blog. Read more [...]

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Tips for gaining experience!

Posted on 13 May 2012 by Graham Cobden

As somebody who is still climbing the performance analysis ladder, I know what it is like trying to get experience to hopefully gain employment in the future. I have found that over the years it is hard to get experience, but the hard work you put in trying pays off in the end......I mean the experience I gained prior to applying to Warwickshire Read more [...]

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WBL (AC Blog2 Update)

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Part 2: My Journey Through Work Based Learning

Posted on 11 April 2012 by Adam Cullinane

This is the 2nd part of a blog series sharing my journey through WBL (Read Part 1). Having progressed through academic programmes at both UG and PG level, undoubtedly my journey will draw similarities with others who have chosen to pursue a career in performance analysis. Which WBL experience is the best? As a reflective practitioner, Read more [...]

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Part 1: My Journey Through Work Based Learning

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Part 1: My Journey Through Work Based Learning

Posted on 03 April 2012 by Adam Cullinane

    Like many other vocationally driven professions, the importance of experience is immeasurable. After reading the recent blogs by Darren Lewis on skill sets, this brought to the fore the importance Work Based Learning (WBL) holds in performance analysis. Many of the key traits Darren highlights are not taught in a traditional Read more [...]

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Skill Sets Part 2

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Skill Sets Part 2

Posted on 25 March 2012 by Darren Lewis

(Click here for Part 1) ... 4. Critical thinking As an analyst, you will work with a vast amount of data in various formats every day. It will present itself in ways that are not always typically associated with “data presentation”, and the ability to digest, understand and evaluate each new piece of information you come Read more [...]

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Skill Sets Part 1

Posted on 18 March 2012 by Darren Lewis

Working as a professional performance analyst requires a range of skills that cannot necessarily be learnt from a university or college course. The skills required to fulfill this type of role range from technical ability, knowledge of your respective sport and having people skills that allow you to work in a high pressure environment with Read more [...]

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Team Performance Exchange: Review and Experiences

Posted on 27 November 2011 by Josh Bryan

Hello, my name is Josh Bryan and I am the analyst for UWIC RFC. One of the new pieces of kit we have been using to supplement ... Read more [...]

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