Home → Elite → All Sports → Performance Analysis All Sports Sportscode Performance Analysis Hudl Certifications Launched 17 Sep, 2019 1 Min Read New industry-standard qualifications will help analysts develop and prove their knowledge. On September 16, we gathered analysis education leaders from across the UK at the City Football Academy, home of Manchester City FC, to announce the launch of our new certifications. Aimed at developing the skills of all analysts, these qualifications will be available to all in the industry. The first phase of our rollout will give access to universities and colleges in the UK, so students can better develop their sports analysis knowledge. Everything will take place on our online portal Hudl Academy. Taught by Hudl’s own industry experts, the engaging and instructional teaching modules will take students through the basics of analysis, then progress onto more advanced work to reach professional endorsements. “Sport is now intertwined with analysis and data, and these qualifications aim to give users the power to really understand the software, so they can then focus on their analysis,” said Dan Nesbitt, the senior manager on our global education team. “Sports analysis shouldn’t be about coding video or setting up camera feeds, it’s about research, findings, information and interpreting all of that. These qualifications give education providers the chance to focus on what’s most important.” Enhance your performance analysis learning with the Hudl Academy.https://t.co/JdTQRCWLiF pic.twitter.com/jPagwjgQuA— Hudl Analysis (@HudlAnalysis) October 4, 2019 “It’s about creating industry standards. Standards that students, apprentices and junior analysts can strive for before moving on to the next level where they can add further qualifications to their record." Dan Nesbitt Kory Lamet, who oversees our college and university education offerings, knows how important it is to start at this level. “Many analysts begin their journey at college and university so it’s great to be able to launch the Hudl Academy online portal here first and have the buy-in of so many institutions,” said Lamet. “With their help, we can create an offering that will be really beneficial for students both now and in the future.” We’ll continue to develop Hudl Academy, and plan to add higher level qualifications for more experienced analysts, plus more federation endorsed curriculums, soon. “It’s about creating industry standards,” said Nesbitt. “Standards that students, apprentices and junior analysts can strive for before moving on to the next level where they can add further qualifications to their record. “Students finishing college and university will be more employable and employers will have a good idea how qualified someone is based on their certification level. Over time we envisage that these qualifications will become industry standard. “This is an exciting launch but it really is just the beginning of a very exciting future for the whole industry.” Find out more about the Hudl Academy here.