Realising the importance of effective needs analysis, creativity and reflection

Garrett, Nicola; Croft, Louise
December 2011
Sport & Exercise Scientist;Dec2011, Issue 30, p22
The article discusses the authors' learnings from the supervised experience scheme of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) in Great Britain. The authors explore their experiences during their participation in the supervised programme and emphasize the importance of a thorough needs analysis and creativity in working with several athletes including disabled athletes. A comment from the authors' supervisor on their improvements is also provided.


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