NSCAA Advanced Director of Coaching Certificate
Program starts June 15 in the U.K.
The centerpiece of this program is a one-week residential institute at St. George's Park National Football Centre in the U.K.Remaining modules take place online, and at the 2014 NSCAA Convention.
Program price includes St. Georges Park resident insitute (including room and board), all online and in-person instruction, and complimentary registration for the 2014 NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia, PA.Details...
Evidence-based management principles and player development
The Advanced Director of Coaching Certificate provides soccer club leaders and those responsible for the development of players with a practical program oriented toward developing proficiency in the technical, theoretical,conceptual, managerial and ethical aspects of soccer club management and soccer player development.
- Analyze your soccer club's operations to become a more professionally managed club
- Embrace evidence-based management principles to better manage staff and communicate with constituents
- Discover the latest trends in player development theory and sport sciences that will enable players to achieve their full potential
This intensive professional development program consists of lectures, projects, guest speakers, participant presentations, group work, field trips, online instruction and project planning. Details...
Module 1: June 15-22, 2013
(1-week resident institute at St. George's Park National Football Centre in the UK)
Module 2: Sept. 1-Dec. 5, 2013
(online presentations twice each month)
Module 3: Jan. 14-16, 2014
(workshops at the 2014 NSCAA Convention, Philadelphia, PA)
Who should participate?
This program is designed for directors of clubs or state associations, soccer club leaders, and those responsible for player development within their club or state. Admission to this program is by application.Click here for details on how to apply.
Sponsored by NSCAA and U.S. Club Soccer
This one-of-a-kind program is sponsored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), U.S. Club Soccer, and the University of Delaware's Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics.
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