Designed to enhance collegiality and collaborative working relationships across the Professional Networks, the Training Science Program will facilitate shared learning, knowledge, ideas and practice across sports, organisations and level of experience.
The aim of the Training Science Program is to increase Performance Support Practitioner’s knowledge and ability to apply evidence-based principles and develop practice-based evidence (in the absence of current evidence) in the area most fundamental to performance: Training.
Performance Support Practitioners embedded within performance teams across the High Performance sport system (NIN and NSOs).
Approximately 10 months
8 x online interactive lectures + Q&A sessions from global subject matter experts.
9 x 90 min online group sessions following the online lectures + Q&A for focused topic discussion.
Participants will connect in person at the 2022 & 2023 Performance Support Forum.
Nominations for the 2022 Training Science Program are currently closed.
Designed to enhance collegiality and collaborative working relationships between members, the high performance sport Psychology Peer Supervisory Network is a formal, structured supervisor led peer supervision program that emphasises evidence based interventions and self-reflective practice in the context of high performance sport.
The aim of the Peer Supervisory Network is to increase capability to utilise evidence-based psychological practices and to develop practice-based evidence (in the absence of current evidence) in sporting contexts, as well as to increase the practitioner’s high performance system awareness.
Psychologists engaged (employed or contracted) by an NSO that receives AIS HP Investment funding or a member of the NIN to deliver performance psychology services to sport.
Must hold current AHPRA Registration.
Include a total allocation of at least 0.3FTE level of effort (1.5 days) in relevant organisations (per point 1, total can be across multiple organisations).
Nominations must be supported the applicants NSO/NIN Manager.
4 supervision groups x 4–6 supervisees and one supervisor.
10 x 90 min group sessions (approx. monthly) online.
5 x 60 min individual supervision sessions (approx. bimonthly) online.
Participants will connect in person at an existing Network or System Activity (i.e. Performance Support Forum or WC2WB).
Supervision sessions will focus on a specific topic each month including contemporary issues in performance psychology, relevant to supervise professional environments and tailored to their specific learning needs.
Supervisory network activities will be delivered in line with Psychology Board of Australia and AHPRA professional and ethical requirements.
Nominations for the 2022 Peer Supervisory Network are currently closed.