Any sport business will plan competition priorities and implement key supporting projects in a timely manner to ensure success. This comes from a clear strategy to create a culture of high performance requiring detailed plans from the bottom up for players, coaches and support staff.
High quality training environments will have a strategy for clear leadership, coaching, talent identification, athlete development and support services. Sport Science and integrated focussed research and development can play a key role in the innovation, introduction and improvement of such a strategy.
As a consultant Tim Barry can offer the role of a focused researcher, operating behind the scenes on tasks that front line practitioners may not have time and/or skills to undertake.
Posing difficult questions can often stimulate staff to focus on the real issues they need answered. Tim has the ability to help design and fund long term research and development. His
educational experience will help with setting goals for staff development to improve the efficiency and performance of individuals and teams. More...
Academic and Professional Qualifications
Undertaking PhD in Spinal Shrinkage and curvature in fast bowling
Masters of Science Sports Science - 2000
Bachelor of Science & Certificate of Education Physical Education Sports Science and Geography
Second Class Honours, Upper Division - 1988
BTEC Assessor and Verifier Awards - D32 & D33 – 1995 D34 -1996
National Coaching Foundation Tutor – 1997
Current Professional Affiliations
Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
Member of British Association of Sport & Exercise Sciences (BASES)
Member of Chartered Institute of Sport & Physical Activity, Higher Education Forum (CIMSPA)