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Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting
Excellence
NVQ3
Developing the World Class Handball
Players and England Handball Workforce
of the Future
An Olympic Sport…with
Olympic Ambition
What is your Handball ambition?
It Might Be:
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Professional Handball Player
International Handball Player
World Class Coach
A National League/International Referee
A National Team /Club Physio
A Children’s /Youth Coach
A Handball Development Officer
Whatever it is, AASE will support your development!
What is AASE?
 A NVQ3 Qualification in Sporting Excellence
 Endorsed by top sports Universities eg. Loughborough and Carnegie
 Enhancement of Life skills such as resilience, prioritisation, time
management,
 Fits around and complements BTEC study and A-levels
 Gives you access to the best coaches, mentors and support staff in the UK
and abroad
 Dedicated support for your athletic development and education
 A chance to influence the future of the London 2012’s number 1 legacy
sport
What is AASE?
 AASE is an NVQ3 which will develop your ability to plan, implement,
review and progress in eight key areas (or modules) :
• Technical skills
• Tactical skills
• Physical conditioning
• Attitudes and mental skills necessary for excellent performance
• Your own lifestyle
• Your sporting career
• Communication and working effectively with others
• Maintaining the health and safety of yourself and others
What must I do?
 Learn to Live the Life of a elite athlete
 Keep a record (e-portfolio ) of evidence of
your work
 Apply 16 weekly in a combination of home,
club and self directed training and athlete
education
Who will help me?
Dedicated Support
for the Athletes’ Qualification
• AASE Manager
• Assessor/Mentor
• A team of tutors to deliver the 8
Modules
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Dedicated Support
for the Athletes’ Sports’ Career
All AASE Athletes:
• Complete and L2 Coaching and Refereeing Qualifications
• Are supported and encouraged to investigate their Sporting Career
Options
• Where possible , will be supported in additional CPD in eg Sports
Therapy, First Aid
• Will event manage and officiate EHA Younger Age competitions
• Can begin their coaching careers within their home club
Dedicated Support
for the Athletes’ Playing Career
• The AASE programme combines training home and abroad to make
you the best handball player you can be.
• Committed Club coaches based in England.
• Full Time Sports Scientist
• A team of Interns covering Nutrition, Strength and Conditioning,
Performance Analysis
• Training camps in England and Abroad
• First Class Strength and conditioning facilities and support with
Chester University and Warrington Wolves RFLC
Supporting England’s next generation
of handball athletes
Samantha Moss BSc (Hons), MSc
Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences
University of Chester
What is sport science support?
Applying scientific principles
to sport
Exercise
physiology
Biomechanics
Sport
Psychology
Strength and
Conditioning
Intern Programme
Nutrition
Performance
analysis
Strength and Conditioning
1. Prehab and
Rehab
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2. Structured
weight training
3. Upper & Lower
Body Plyometrics
Prevent injury
Aid recovery after injury
+ Regular monitoring
What doe it mean to you!
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Hard work
Dealing with sacrifice and disappointment
Challenges your comfort zone
Expectation of high level of commitment
Expectation of high level of self discipline
A Life-Changing Decision
 "It is a big decision and
commitment to make, but it gives
you a chance to do something
unique within sport. The program
has really made me feel like a
professional athlete” – Beth
Wilbraham, England U18 Talent
Squad and AASE Student Athlete
To Europe…and Beyond
A Handball Talent Pathway
 Dedicated training bases in Aarhus
(Denmark) and Ochtrup (Germany)
 Option of 2nd Yr Full Time AASE Study
in Denmark
 International competition
 “You learn more in those trips than
you do in a whole months training with
your clubs and they really help you to
improve” - Ryan Goodwin, England
U19 Squad and AASE Student Athlete
A Week in the Life…
Of a Handball AASE Student
2nd Yr AASE
Monday
Times
7.30-8.30am
Type of Training
S&C
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
8-10pm
8-10pm
7.30-8.30am
Club
Club
S&C
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
6-8pm
8-10pm
7.30-8.30am
Club
Club
S&C
Friday
6-8pm
S&C
England Handball Association
AASE Player
Residential Training Camps
7.00am
8.00am
12.00pm
Sat 18
Flight
Departure
from
Stansted,
Sun 19
Mon 20
Tue 21
Wed 22 Thu 23 Fri 24
Sat 25
Goal Setting/ Personal Statistical Measures
Breakfast
Training and theory
U18 Tournament
Lunch
Arrival
Sort Rooms:
Meeting
with Aarhus
Staff:
Objectives
of the Camp
E portfolio / Theory/rest/ swim
5.00pm
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
Dinner
7.00pm
Light
Training
session
Play
Watch
Match
Match
Daily
Daily
Review Review
Lights out
Play
Match
Daily
Review
Watch
Match
Daily
Review
Play
Match
Daily
Review
Watch
Daily
Review
11.00pm
Sun 26
England Handball Association
AASE Calendar 2012.13
The Athlete
Agreement
AASE Opportunities
During AASE
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Support with Elite Athletic Education and Training
UK Based Training Camps
EHA Events
Club/Children Coaching and refereeing European
Camps
AASE Competition
National League
European Handball Federation
Youth Internationals
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After AASE
Full time placements at the world’s leading
handball academy in Aarhus,
Trials with professional handball clubs
abroad
England and GB Representation
University undergraduate programmes, eg:
BSc Sport and Exercise Science/ Sport
Management
Foundation Degree in eg: Sports Coaching/
Sports Science/ Sports Science
Study for secondary careers options at
Further Education or Higher Education eg:
Sports Development and Management,
Higher National Diploma in Sport and
Exercise Science
Support Officer in High Performance
Environments
Handball Coaching Career
Handball Development career opportunities
Career roles within the active leisure and
learning sector
Inspired?
We thought so!
Please return application forms to :
Online - [email protected]
By Post – EHA AASE Manager, Mick Hegarty ,
England Handball Association, Halliwell Jones Stadium,
Winwick Road, Warrington, WA2 7NE

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