NSCAA TO HOST 2-WEEKEND NATIONAL DIPLOMA COURSE IN SAN BERNARDINO STARTING IN JANUARY
October 27, 2011
(October 27, 2011) - The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), Cal South's official coaching education partner, will be hosting a two-weekend National Diploma coaching course in San Bernardino, California on January 27-29 and February 10-12, 2012. The registration deadline is January 16th and space is limited. Please follow this link to register: http://nscaa.com/courseDetail.php?it=2394
About the NSCAA National Diploma
The National Diploma is a 50-hour course designed to meet the needs of the more experienced coach, particularly those coaching at the high school level and above, or youth coaches with previous certification and a number of years working with the developing player.
It is strongly recommended that candidates complete the NSCAA Junior 6 Diploma, formerly called the Advanced Regional Diploma or USSF "D" license, prior to the course.
The overall objective of the National Diploma is to acquaint the coach with the needs of the American soccer player and provide an organized and progressive methodology of coaching those needs. Basic technical and tactical knowledge is the central theme of the course in a 6 v. 6 model.
The course includes sessions on the teaching process, psychological skills training and Laws of the Game. Participants receive a curriculum that outlines the course content and includes valuable resource material. Testing includes oral, written and practical (coaching) evaluations. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
Contact NSCAA So Cal State Technical Coordinator Cyndi Goodwin with any questions.
To view other NSCAA coaching courses, please visit: http://www.nscaa.com/nrc-list.php