This unique conference has been designed to discuss collaborative and interdisciplinary research to enhance human performance. It will bring together world-leading expert practitioners, who will outline their evidence-based practical strategies for maximising human performance across various scenarios.
This event is aimed at: academics, practitioners, trainee sport and exercise psychologists and scientists, undergraduate and postgraduate students and individuals interested in maximising human performance.
Approved by the British Psychological Society for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
These workshops will run at the same time, and will be repeated, so that you have the opportunity of attending two workshops. You will be asked for your preferences once you have registered your place to attend the conference.
- Thriving under pressure - Prof Marc Jones and Andy McCann
- The nuts and bolts of doing performance psychology - Prof Chris Shambrook and Joe Dixon
- Recognising and supporting clinical issues in high performance contexts - Dr Sarah Kelly and Helen O'Connor
This conference will be held on Wednesday 18 October 2017 from 08.30 – 17.30 at our Stoke on Trent Campus, Leek Road, Stoke-on-Trent (a short walk from Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station)
The cost to attend this conference is £120.00 which includes refreshment, hospitality and a conference bag.
If you are a full time student with a valid International Student ID Card (ISIC), or studying on the BPS QSEP scheme, the cost to attend this conference will be £80.00 (your student/membership number will be required at booking)
This international student ID is available for all students worldwide and it provides you with fantastic benefits, services and discounts. You can easily obtain your ISIC card by visiting http://www.isic.org/ .
For details regarding accommodation located within the proximately of Staffordshire University please click here.
For any further information concerning this conference please contact the events coordinator: Sally-Anne Jordan on Sally-Anne.Jordan@staffs.ac.uk or 01782 294966