Level 2 Diploma
This Diploma develops on the ideas in Level 1 and is designed to help coaches implement developmentally appropriate training games to improve skill levels in a fun, safe and challenging environment. The Diploma has three parts, classroom with theory of coaching U8-U10, field work with coaches and field work with U8-U10 players. Coaches not working at this age group would benefit greatly from an appreciation of the developmental abilities and needs of this important age group.
Schedule for Level 2 Diploma
|02/10/2015||02/12/2015||Level 2 Diploma||St. Johns||FL||REGISTER||DETAIL|
|02/15/2015||02/15/2015||Level 2 Diploma||Spring||TX||REGISTER||DETAIL|
|03/01/2015||03/01/2015||Level 2 Diploma||Austin||TX||REGISTER||DETAIL|
|03/01/2015||03/01/2015||Level 2 Diploma||Fort Meade||MD||REGISTER||DETAIL|
|03/07/2015||03/07/2015||Level 2 Diploma||Broownsville||TX||REGISTER||DETAIL|
|03/21/2015||03/21/2015||Level 2 Diploma||Wenatchee||WA||REGISTER||DETAIL|
|03/22/2015||03/22/2015||Level 2 Diploma||Palmyra||PA||REGISTER||DETAIL|
|09/13/2015||09/13/2015||Level 2 Diploma||Austin||TX||REGISTER||DETAIL|
|02/27/2016||02/27/2016||Level 2 Diploma||Austin||TX||REGISTER||DETAIL|
What to Bring
What to bring to the course: Although it is not required, you may be asked to participate in order to illustrate the instructors' sessions, so wear comfortable clothes and bring extra gear if necessary. We recommend you bring a water bottle, pen or pencil, notebook, fully inflated ball and cleats (or running shoes or indoor soccer shoes if you have an indoor location).
Candidates with any disabilities or health concerns that might limit their participation in activities should notify a staff member before the start of the course. We want to make sure you have the best experience possible at our courses!