Our latest TPE Users
This week, we would like to welcome some of our newest Team Performance Exchange (TPE) users. These are Nottingham University, Cardiff and Vale College and the Durham Institute of Sport.
In this previous blog, we welcomed Beeston Hockey Club as TPE users who are under the watchful eye of ex England International Hockey player Matt Taylor. Matt runs MT13, an organisation providing fun and innovative coach education courses and support to different clubs. Matt has just got Nottingham University’s Men’s Hockey team a TPE site to use for their coaching, feedback and performance analysis workflows, so we would like to thank Matt for his continued trust in ourselves and TPE along with welcoming Nottingham University to the platform.
Our next newest user is Cardiff and Vale College. The college have a rugby academy that “works in partnership with Cardiff Blues to provide the perfect platform for young, dedicated students that have an interest in performance and elite level sport”. Students get access to 12 hours of professional coaching each week, weekly competitive fixtures, first-class training facilities and a range of sports science support such as nutrition, psychology, strength and conditioning and performance analysis. We are delighted that the college have chosen TPE as part of their performance analysis workflows, providing a secure platform where players and coaches can review files, comment around these, review a calendar, answer questionnaires, send messages and much more on any device with a modern browser and internet connection. The academy sets high standards for themselves, so we want to thank them for recognising TPE as the platform that will meet their requirements and levels of expectation.
Our final user announcement is the Durham Institute of Sport. Durham Institute of Sport (DIS) supports the development of County Durham’s talented athletes and coaches and helps them achieve their sporting potential. They work “hand-in-hand with the best performers, coaches and sports practitioners, and provide support and assistance to optimise training, preparation and performance”. Furthermore, DIS is “specifically intended to support athletes and coaches performing and working at county level through to international level”. The support that DIS provides includes strength and conditioning, video analysis, nutrition, psychology, injury prevention and more.
We are pleased that DIS have chosen TPE as their platform for enabling better support and communication with their athletes through the sharing of files, calendars, messages, questionnaires and more. DIS have chosen to add additional users over the standard amount of 50 on their site so that they can support the growing number of athletes in their programme. We are really looking forward to seeing the platform implemented with all of these athletes and are sure that everyone will enjoy the benefits!
So we want to say a big thanks to our latest users and wish you the best for the next year. We are always on hand to help you whenever you need it!