|1.||Contextualise and critique the different types of monitoring tools available in sport;|
|2.||Design a plan which combines a range of monitoring tools and reflect different methods of data collection;|
|3.||Interpret results from a range of monitoring tools and implement different statistical methods to determine athlete responses and variations;|
|4.||Consolidate results from various tools into a recommendation on subsequent load and recovery for an individual athlete; and|
|5.||Translate monitoring results and analysis to coaches, athletes and the wider community via various communication methods.|
|Review||Literature review of a selected monitoring tool - (scoping of the review week 1 10%; full review week 2 30%)||40%|
|Case Study||Design and implement a performance monitoring plan for two different sport scenarios||30%|
|Creative Works||Infographics for a coach and an athlete based on real training data from a sporting club||30%|
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