School of Sport and Health Sciences
Greenbank Building, GR147
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Bryan has been lecturing in higher education since 1994 in sports psychology and coaching. He has worked with a variety of sports performers and teams as a sport psychologist and strength and conditioning coach for the past 15 years.
He has also worked as a coach in both a voluntary and professional capacity in a variety of sports including, hockey, volleyball, rugby league and weight lifting. He is a coach mentor to several elite coaches throughout the country. He worked for and behalf of UK Sport, the Professional Footballers Association, the British Olympic Association and the Rugby Football League.
BSc (Hons) Sports Science (Manchester Metropolitan University)
MSc Applied Sport Psychology (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Chapters in edited books
Smith, N. C., Jones, B. and Roach, N. K. (2001) Competitive stress and coping in young sport performers. In Maffulli, N., Chan, K. M., Macdonald, R., Malina, R. M. and Parker, A. W. (Eds.). Sports Medicine for Specific Ages and Abilities. London; Churchill-Livingstone.
The efficiency of 9 v 9 football on the development of skill in children
The effects of video-based versus memory recall on the richness and accuracy of reflection
The predictors of scoring success in football
Essentials of skill development
High performance coaching
High performance training
Masters provision for the UKCC level 4 coaching programme
2006 - Present: External examiner for University of Huddersfield – FdSc Sports Coaching
2008 – Present: External examiner for Bucks New University – FdA Sports Coaching