Course CoverMaster in Management of High Performance Teams

You will have the opportunity to voluntarily carry out your practices in different clubs in Barcelona, including RCD Espanyol or its schools.

Duration: 7 months
Start: Immediate
Degree: Master
3.915€

You can pay with a single payment or in terms of 3, 6 or 12 months!

Master in Management of High Performance Teams

With the Course of "Master in Management of High Performance Teams" we will learn to take the entire sports entity from the top to reach the coach and his squad.

The organization and the system to follow is very important when it comes to running a sports entity. These vital factors must be taken into account because if they are not met we can turn a good project into a disaster.

We will control the coordination of the sports entity , the financial control, the sports equipment, the sports facilities, the first team squad and all the lower categories.

When we talk about high performance, we mean first level teams where they not only compete at the national level, but also expand to international championships. It involves a high level of competition and a level of maturity.

Also how to interpret the needs of each group and solve the possible problems that arise (economic, displacement, calendar, etc).

The objectives of the Master's Degree are to provide the student with knowledge in the effective management of teams taking into account all the factors both mentally and of the organization itself both in training and in matches. People management is a differentiating factor of management excellence, in any area of sport. People make a team and its correct management determines success in achieving objectives. Therefore, this course aims to develop and improve the management of the players, competition that influences the effectiveness and of the teams that work under responsibility and, therefore, improve the effectiveness of the team as a whole. The knowledge about the tasks and the responsibilities necessary to achieve success are extremely complex within the work of the group director both at the methodological level and factors to be taken into account. In this course we explain all the necessary to lead effectively.

Master's Degree Index High Performance Teams
  • 1. INTRODUCTION TO FOOTBALL
  • 1.1 Definition of football and goal of the players
  • 1.2 The taxonomy of the game
  • 1.3 Sport of cooperation-opposition foundation
  • 1.4 Individual and collective performance
  • 1.5 A step through history and its evolution
  • 1.6 Motor radiology in collective sport
  • 1.7 The game cycles
  • 1.8 The tactics, technique and capabilities of a player
  • 1.9 The basic principles and the nature of the game
  • 1.10 Mechanisms necessary for practice
  • 2. IMPORTANT CONCEPTS OF THE GAME
  • 2.1. The space and time
  • 2.2 The perception
  • 2.3 Tactical mentality
  • 2.4 The psychological aspects
  • 2.5 The player and intelligence
  • 2.6 The creation of collective synergies
  • 2.7 The importance of goals and their emotional level
  • 2.8 Talent and its keys
  • 2.9 Decision making
  • 3. KEYS OF A FOOTBALL TEAM
  • 3.1 The importance of mood
  • 3.2 The basis of team building
  • 3.3 The evolutionary development of a team
  • 3.4 Leadership and its ways of achieving it
  • 3.5 The types and aspects of the player's personality
  • 3.6 The psychology and mind of the footballer
  • 4. GAME FORM AND STYLE
    • 4.1. Statistics and importance of factors in choosing game style
  • 4.1.2 The data of a player in a match based on position
  • 4.1.3 Possession of the ball
    • 4.2. The position game: A way to understand football
  • 4.2.1 Definition and conceptualization
  • 4.2.2 Criteria for this way of playing
  • 4.2.3. First aspects to consider
  • 4.3. Teams in history with this style
  • 4.3.1 World football game style
  • 4.4 Style and principles of positional play
  • 4.5 Distribution by zones and spaces
  • 4.6 Example in a 433 output system
  • 5. THE POSITIONAL GAME
  • 5.1. Start up
  • 5.2. Organized attack
  • 5.2.1 Objectives per phase depending on the ball zone
  • 5.3. Objectives for positions of each player and goalkeeper
  • 5.3.1 Actions to be manifested by each player in the context
  • 5.4. Principles and collective behaviors
  • 5.5. The superiority in football. Types and ways to get them
  • 5.6. Specific principles of positional play
  • 6. THE GAME SYSTEM AND ITS IMPORTANCE
  • 6.1 The keys to choosing a system and the importance within the positional game.
  • 6.2 The game model and the team guide.
  • 6.2.1 The principles and sub-principles of a game model.
  • 6.3 The universal principles of the game.
  • 6.4 The collective game the base of a team
  • 6.4.1 Build combined attacks
  • 6.5 Ways to attack against different defensive styles
  • 6.6 Defensive organization after loss
  • 6.6.1 Behavior after loss
  • 6.6.2 Pressing and withdrawal
  • 6.7 Defensive collective foundations
  • 6.8 Basic defensive structure
  • 6.9 Key principles to recover the ball
  • 7. THE DEFENSIVE STYLE AND BEHAVIOR AFTER RECOVERY
  • 7.1 The bases of the defensive framework
  • 7.2. The defensive form to use and its variants
  • 7.3. Principles of organized defense
  • 7.4 Orientation of the rival's game
  • 7.5 Types of defensive positioning
  • 7.6 Unbreakable defensive collective foundations
  • 7.7 The role depending on the position in the field
  • 7.8 The counterattack and its way of exploiting it
  • 7.9 Favorable and unfavorable aspects
  • 7.10 The most important slogans and principles to succeed
  • 8. THE MANAGEMENT OF A TEAM
  • 8.1 The methodology and teaching styles.
  • 8.2 Cognitive training.
  • 8.2.1 Meaningful learning
  • 8.3 The guided discovery
  • 8.4 Creativity
  • 8.5 The methodological strategies
  • 8.5.1 Ways to condition tasks with an objective
  • 8.6 The management and training style of the coach
  • 8.7 The ways of communicating. Assertiveness
  • 8.7.1 The emotional control of the coach
  • 8.8 The team address at all times
  • 8.9 The missions of the members of the coaching staff
  • 9. COMPETENCES AND KNOWLEDGE OF A COACH
  • 9.1 Bases of the human anatomy
  • 9.2 The biomechanics of the human body
  • 9.3 The nutrition of an athlete
  • 10. THE KEYS OF A COACH
  • 10.1 Effective habits to be a coach
  • 10.2 The importance of communication
  • 10.3 Active listening
  • 10.4 Empathy and assertiveness
  • 10.5 Verbal and nonverbal communication
  • 10.6 Introduction to the emotions of a coach
  • 10.7 The image of a coach and his identity
  • 11. IMPLEMENT A WORK STYLE WITHIN A CLUB
  • 11.1 Commissioning of the entire necessary process
  • 11.2 The global planning to carry it out
  • 11.3 Explanation of a methodological pattern based on the evolutionary stage of the player
  • 11.4 Education and values within the entity
  • 11.5 The style of play and principles within the quarry
  • 12. FORMS OF TRAINING
  • 12.1 The phases of learning
  • 12.2 Training planning in a team
  • 12.3 Different ways of doing it
  • 12.4 The state of form of a player
  • 12.5 How to achieve optimal performance
  • 12.6 The volume and intensity of training
  • 12.7 Cognitive fatigue
  • 13. THE TRAINING SESSION
  • 13.1 Principles of sports training
  • 13.2 Warm up and return to calm
  • 13.3 The principle of specificity
  • 13.4 Training didactics
  • 13.5 Teaching method inquiry and analytics
  • 13.6 Differential learning
  • 13.7 The creation of tactical culture
  • 13.8 Strength and endurance training
  • 14. TASK METHODOLOGY
  • 14.1 Warm-up characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.2 Non-specific possessions, characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.3 Characterized structured possessions, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.3 Characteristic position sets, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.4 preferential simulation situation, characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.5 Characterized conditioned parties, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.6 Actual matches, characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.7 Small items, characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.8 Strength and resistance training, characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.9 Preventive and compensatory work characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
  • 14.10 Justification and training for a stopped ball
  • 15. IMPORTANCE RIVAL ANALYSIS
  • 15.1 Scouting justification
  • 15.2 Scouting evolution
  • 15.3 Types of observation
  • 15.4 Aspects to be observed by the analyst
  • 16. FINAL WORK

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