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WEHBE INSURANCE SERVICES L.L.C

Sponsors of Go-Pro Sports 2019-2020 Season

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THE GO-PRO CURRICULUM

What is the Go-Pro Sports Curriculum?

The Go-Pro Football Academy Curriculum is THE most effective and comprehensive player assessment tool in the UAE. It provides each player in our academy with holistic feedback tailored to their individual footballing ability.

Created and designed by our own Go-Pro UEFA certified coaches, specifically for player assessment and goal setting, it is the benchmark for measuring and demonstrating the progress of all players in our professional training environment.

Our football curriculum has been recognised internationally by a number of educational institutions and football academies, this has enabled several of our Go-Pro players to realize their ambitions and advance in their football careers.

Why have a Curriculum?

The Go-Pro Curriculum provides each of our players a strong foundation and reference for achieving individual goals. It enables every one of our coaches to tailor their sessions to meet the learning needs of every player under their tuition. More importantly, it enables players to set personal goals and accomplish them through small achievable steps.

How does the Curriculum work?

The assessment scale ranges from Level 1 (Beginner) to Level 5 (Professional). Each level has a 5 Star achievement ladder to allow for differentiated small-step progress.

Every player who joins Go-Pro Sports enters into the Player Performance Indicator (PPI) system of measuring progress. Players may enter the scale at any level based on their initial assessment. The PPI scale is unique in its design as it is gender specific and not based on the age of a player.

The levels are purely performance based and are therefore appropriate regardless of whatever age the player may be, or where they enter the scale (E.g. A player with a PPI Level 2.5 may be 9 years, 13 years or 17 years of age.)