Amy Hardwick

Sport and Exercise Sciences

Amy Hardwick is the Project Officer of the Erasmus plus funded project ParaCoach and is currently studying for her PhD titled, "Exploring the Nature of Coach Learning, Development and Practice in the Context of Special Olympics", supervised by Dr. Tabo Huntley. Amy has previously collaborated with the International Hockey Federation, as part of her Masters degree, to aid the development of a ParaHockey coach education module. Amy is a passionate handball coach, currently coaching at club, regional and national levels and is a member of the British Handball Association Female Strategy Group, with a purpose of increasing female participation throughout the sport.

Degrees

2019, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MSc
2018, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BA

Academic appointments

ParaCoach Project Officer, Liverpool John Moores University, 2020 - present

Conference presentation:

ParaCoach Special Olympics Workforce Survey and Follow-Up Interview Findings, Special Olympics US Developmental Sports Webinar, Online, Oral presentation. 2020

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