Coach Development Models

Name of Programme:

‘Coach Development Models’ by Associate Professor Cliff Mallett

Date & Time:

18 October 2012, Thursday   (7.00pm -9.00pm)

Registration commences from 26 September 2012


SPEX House, Singapore Sports Council, 230 Stadium Boulevard Singapore 738938


Free of Charge

CCE Hours:

2 hours

Dear Coaches

The Singapore Sports Institute is pleased to host Associate Professor Cliff Mallett, a renowned domain expert in coach education on 18 October 2012. The synopsis, profile of Associate Professor Cliff Mallett is appended below:


In this presentation, Dr Mallett will review coach development models from various countries to stimulate interest in thinking about innovative and productive ways to develop the quality of coaching practice.  He will discuss both participation and performance coaching; and identify factors that support and hinder coach development approaches. Dr Mallet will draw upon contemporary research and practice in reviewing these approaches to quality coach development, which should provide a platform for discussion.

Registration commences from 6.30pm & light refreshments will be provided.


Places are limited to the first 100 participants and admission is by email registration only. Please email the following details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:

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Profile of Speaker

About Associate Professor Cliff Mallett, PhD

Dr Mallett is Associate Professor of Sport Psychology and Coaching at The University of Queensland. He developed and co-ordinates a suite of postgraduate online programs in sports coaching in the School of Human Movement Studies at UQ in conjunction with the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) and the AIS. These coaching programs are designed to develop Australia’s next generation of high performance coaches. He is Co-Chair of Research for the International Council of Coaching Excellence (ICCE) and Chair of Research for AIS High Performance Coaching. He has published over 50 peer-reviewed and 100 technical publications since 2004. His research and publications are focused on sport psychology and high performance coach development. Cliff’s broad research interests are in the interrelated fields of applied sport psychology and high performance coach development: motivation, motivational climate, mental toughness, coaches’ learning and development, and coaches’ influence on athlete outcomes. He was previously the National High Performance Coach for sprints and relays (1994-2008) working for the AIS and Athletics Australia. He has been a team coach at two Olympic Games, five World Championships, and three Commonwealth games and coached fourteen international athletes (ten medals), including many of Australia's top sprinters. He has successfully coached Australia’s relay teams at major championships who have also won medals at Olympic, World Championships, and Commonwealth Games. Dr Mallett has consulted to the IAAF for more than 15 years and with many Olympic and professional sports in Australia.