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Badminton is a sport which most schools teach and coach. This is a course for teachers and coaches who want to reinvigorate their sessions with exciting, contemporary content. Gail Emms is one of Britain’s leading Badminton players of recent times, and will present the most modern skills and strategies, and show how these can be adopted by teachers in schools.
Stimulating practices will provide a range of content suitable for all schools, including those with limited court space. Tactics for match play will also be introduced, making the course appropriate for those who coach school teams. Contains all content necessary to achieve top bands in GCSE.
- Modern Badminton techniques
- Defending and attacking strokes
- Skills and drills working on footwork
- Serving with purpose
- Utilising the whole court
- Small-sided games and practices for large groups
- Doubles tactics and match play
- Up to date rules and tactics
1 place £189 2 places £315 4 places £499
Course runs 10.00am – 3.30pm. Price includes lunch, refreshments and notes. Excludes VAT.
Gail Emms had a 13 year international career as a Badminton player, appearing for England 68 times. She was a double Olympian, winning a silver medal in Athens in 2004. She also won gold medals in World Championships, European Championships and Commonwealth Games, retiring from international Badminton after the Beijing Olympics. She was eleven times English National Champion, in mixed and ladies doubles, and was ranked Number One in the world in 2005. She was awarded the MBE for services to Badminton in 2009.