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England Handball Association
TALENT PATHWAY 2013-17
PERFORMANCE
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PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
WORKSHOP OVERVIEW
PERFORMANCE OVERVIEW
PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES – 2013 - 2017
THE PATHWAY: 2010 - 2017
THE PATHWAY: RECAP
LONG TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPING AN UNDERSTANDING
AASE: SEPARATE PRESENTATION
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OVERVIEW
PERFORMANCE
TALENT PATHWAY
ELITE PLAYER PATHWAY
WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE PATHWAY
SEAMLESS PATHWAY FROM GRASS ROOTS PARTICIPATION TO ELTE LEVEL
To ensure there is an increased number of better quality English athletes
progressing on to the world class and senior elite programmes. A conveyor
belt of high quality English talent
Sport England, 2013
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VISION & STRATEGY
PERFORMANCE
The EHA has established a clear vision for long term
success in developing its talented athletes
England Handball, 2013
Between 2013-2017 the EHA will focus on:
1. Building a clear, operational TP model
2. Staffing, coaches, coaching
3. Educating the sport – develop a talent development understanding and culture
4. Capturing talent earlier & younger
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BY 2017-18..
PERFORMANCE
The EHA Talent Pathway will capture and retain talent earlier &
younger (4) through increased TP activity. The pathway will be
clear (1), appropriately staffed (2), and conducive to athlete
development. Clubs, schools, coaches, and players will
understand the route from beginner – elite (3).
England Handball, 2013
Between 2013-2017 the EHA will focus on:
1. Building a clear, operational TP model
2. Staffing, coaches, coaching
3. Educating the sport – develop a talent development understanding and culture
4. Capturing talent earlier & younger
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VISION & STRATEGY
PERFORMANCE
The philosophy that shapes the Vision Strategy and Priorities (VSP)
for England Handball is:
Athlete Centred – Development Driven – Competition Supported
Athlete Centred
Where the needs of each individual are assessed and a
differentiated programme of activity is put in place
over a given time period
Development Driven
Where the focus for the programme is on personal
development and progression for the athlete
Competition Supported
Where athletes are involved in competition that
provides stretch and challenge. Competition that
complements and supports the development
programme
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2012-2013
England U16-U18-U20 National teams
AASE programme: 13 students
U16 County Championships
U18 National League
U13 & U15 Schools competitions
Key notes
Talent Pathway – 16 – 20 YRS
Zero Talent identification & retention
England U16 entry: Open trial
AASE Entry: Open application
U16 County entry: Ad hoc
2013-2014
Regional & National Academy Programme
North West / West Mids / East / South East
Housing top 14-16 YRS talent pool
AASE selection through Regional Academy’s
Increased training & competition
Key notes
Talent Pathway – 15 – 20 YRS (4)
AASE Entry: Regional Academy / U16 County
Regional Academy entry – Open trial
U16 County entry: Ad hoc
2014-2015
Improved format & delivery of U18 National League
Improved format & delivery of Regional Academy Programmes
Improved format & delivery of U16 County Comp
Improved link between Participation & TP activity
Implementation of LTAD model (3)
Establishment of TID, selection, & retention criteria
Development of Talent Pathway Framework (3)
Development of new Talent Pathway website
Launch of Talent Pathway calendar
TALENT IDENTIFICATION
Development of policy, protocol, & procedure
2015-2016
U14 COUNTY COMPETITION
U14 LEAGUE COMPETITION
U13 / U14 FEMALE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
Key notes
Talent Pathway – 13 – 20 YRS (4)
Regional Academy entry – U14 COUNTY / FEMALE DEV PROGRAMME
U14 COUNTY ENTRY – U13 SCHOOLS / U14 CLUB
FEMALE DEV PROGRAMME ENTRY – U13 SCHOOLS COMP
U16 COUNTY ENTRY – U15 SCHOOLS COMP
2016-2017
U16 LEAGUE COMPETITION
Key notes
U16 COUNTY ENTRY – U15 SCHOOLS / U16 CLUBS
COMPETITION SUPPORTED PATHWAY – U14/U16/U18 LEAGUES
SCHOOLS FEED COUNTY & CLUBS – TALENT RETENTION
MULTIPLE TALENT PATHWAY ENTRY / EXIT POINTS
BY 2017-18
The EHA Talent Pathway will capture and retain talent
earlier & younger (4) through increased TP activity. The
pathway will be clear (1), appropriately staffed (2), and
conducive to athlete development. Clubs, schools,
coaches, and players will understand the route from
beginner – elite (3).
TALENT PATHWAY
2012 2017-18
LENGTH
STARTS
Female development programme
U14 County programme
Regional Academy programme
National Academy programme
AASE Entry
Regional Academy Entry
4 YRS
16 YRS
NO
NO
NO
NO
U16
County
n/a
National Academy Entry
U16 County entry
U14 County Entry
trial
trial
n/a
Leagues
Talent identification
Long term Athlete Development
Talent Pathway framework
U18
NO
NO
NO
8 YRS
13 YRS
YES
YES
YES
YES
U16 Regional Academy / U16 County / U16 Club
U14 County / U14 Club / Female Development
Programme.
Regional Academy
U15 School comp / U16 Club
U13 School comp / Female development programme
/ U14 Club
U14 / U16 / U18
Set criteria / procedure
Model implemented throughout EHA
Framework set out and published
LONG TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT
LTAD
Educating the sport – develop a talent development understanding
and culture
Key stages of development
Pathway level / key stage / school year
Technical & Tactical training
Physical training
Mental aspects
Role of the coach
Training environment
Practical tool for coaches/teachers to use
Additional measures
Talent Pathway Framework
EDUCATING THE SPORT
ONLINE PORTAL
Educating the sport – develop a talent
development understanding and culture
Outline of each TP activity
• Selection criteria
• Key information
Staff Workforce
County results / news
U18 League fixtures / results
Performance Calendar
Long-term Athlete Development
Practical coaching tools
Talent Pathway framework
England Handball Association
TALENT PATHWAY 2013-17
Useful Contacts
ETP
[email protected]
AASE
[email protected]
ADMIN
[email protected]
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