Coach Instructor
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Coach Instructor

AYSO National Instructor Course. #902. Course Overview & Agenda. Session 1 . - Introduction / Role and criteria of coach instructor. Session 2 . - Coaching program overview . Session 3 . - Impromptu speaking .

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Coach Instructor

AYSO National Instructor Course

#902

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Course Overview & Agenda

Session 1

- Introduction / Role and criteria of coach instructor

Session 2

- Coaching program overview

Session 3

- Impromptu speaking

Session 4

- How to teach coaching courses – AYSO’s Safe

Haven, 6U, 8U, 10U and 12U

Session 5

- Planning a successful coaching course

Session 6

- Evaluation form review/ Teaching Assignments

Session 7

- Presentations. Each student must complete a

15 minute presentation, depending upon number of participants

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Goals:

Provide an understanding of the minimum performance standards required for a coach instructor candidate to become a certified coach instructor.

Understand the administrative requirements as a coach instructor.

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Learning Objectives:

Role of the certified coach instructor

Requirements to be an advanced coach instructor

Criteria for qualification as a coach instructor

Administrative requirements

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Student Skills Acquired:

Knowledge of AYSO National Coaching Program

Knowledge of criteria and characteristics necessary for a volunteer to become an certified coach instructor

Skills necessary to become an effective certified coach instructor candidate

Practical exercise

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Prerequisites:

Be a 12U coaching course graduate

Have taken ‘Introduction to Instruction’

Be recommended by the Regional Coach

Administrator, Area Coach Administrator or the Section Coach Administrator

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Being an AYSO Coach Instructor

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Our problem as AYSO Coach Instructors?

Soccer is just a game!..

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Our wish for all coaches:

Mutual respect between coaches.

The understanding that the only person who knows how you feel is another coach.

You teach the AYSO National Coaching Program

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Impromptu Speaking

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The National Coaching Program reflects and fulfills the vision and mission statements of AYSO

AYSO Vision Statement:

To provide world class youth soccer programs that enrich children’s lives

Mission Statement:

To develop and deliver quality youth soccer programs, which promote a fun, family environment based on our philosophies

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The AYSO National Coaching Program is accredited by:

The National Council for Accreditation of Coaching Education. (NCACE)

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AYSO Coaching Courses:

AYSO’s Safe Haven 2 hours

6U Course 2 hours

8U Course 2 hours

10U Course 3 hours

12U Course 5 hours

Intermediate Course 15 hours

Advanced Coaching Course 18 hours

National Coaching Course 56 hours

Annual Coach Update 1-1,000 hours

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Upon

successful completion of this

course you

will be able to teach (not authorize

):

AYSO’s Safe Haven

6U

Course

8U

Course

10U

Course

12U

Course

Annual

Coach Orientation (update)

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All AYSO instructors should present the National

-AYSO Coaching program.

All AYSO courses are designed to be presented

-using players as demonstrators.

Coaches in attendance should see how a

-professional works with a particular age group.

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AYSO Instructors must:

Use the AYSO materials

Teach what is in the manuals

Stay on track

Support the AYSO National Coaching Program

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AYSO’s Safe Haven (2 hours

)

The

Safe Haven teaching plan is located on the

website -

www.ayso.org/instructors

This

certification presents information on child &

volunteer

protection for the AYSO coach.

This

course is the certification course for AYSO

coaches

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Annual Coach Update (1 to 1,000 hours)

This training provides continuing education for coaches in the Region and is developed by each AYSO region.

Program updates and program requirements are reviewed in this training session

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6U, 8U, 10U and 12U courses:

The first four AYSO coaching courses, 6U, 8U,10U and 12U courses are designed for short sided play.

Yes! AYSO recommends that all children under the age of 12 play short-sided games.

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Why Short Sided Soccer?

Young soccer players need special consideration.

They are children playing a child’s game.

They must be regarded as young children, not mini adults.

Fun and activity factors must be a central part of a child-centered program. Educators agree early learning experiences are the most important and produce the most retention.

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Why Short Sided Soccer?

They

are essentially self-oriented and relate

naturally to

one or two others, not to large

groups.

Most

children cannot sustain prolonged activity.

They

function best in suitable starts and stops

(

rest periods).

Concentration

span is limited, so frequent changes of pace and activity is

essential

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Why Small Sided Soccer?

Start of Tactical Development

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Your Program vs. National Program:

There could be a difference between the program that is being run at the local level and the National Coaching program material.

What will be explained in this session are the

AYSO National

6U, 8U, 10U and 12U programs

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What material do you think you should teach?

The AYSO National Coaching Program

Why?...

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The 5U, 6U, 8U and 10U programs are designed as discovery programs.

The young players should learn to discover the wonderful game of soccer, not be taught the game of soccer by adults.

The best teacher of the game is the game itself.

The primary goal for instructors of these courses is to ensure that the coaches they are instructing understand this concept…

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Schoolyard Soccer (

5U

)

Schoolyard

Soccer is a combination of two different formats, that put together, will provide the best experience for our younger players

.

One

with One (parent) and Jamboree (

4v4

)

A

Master Coach will lead each session and introduce a game/activity to the group

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6U Program

Four (4) a side play with a total of six (6) players per roster, no Goalkeepers.

See 6U Coach Manual for age appropriate

-Techniques

-Knowledge of the Game

-Objectives of the Game

-Principles of Play

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8U

Program

Four (4)

a side play with a total of seven

(6) players

per roster, no Goalkeepers

.

See

8U Coach Manual for age appropriate

-Techniques

-Knowledge

of the Game

-Objectives

of the Game

-Principles

of Play

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10U Program

Seven (7) a side play with a total of ten (10) players per roster with Goalkeepers.

See 10U Coach Manual for age appropriate

Techniques

Knowledge of the Game

Objectives of the Game

Principles of Play

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12U Program

Nine

(9) a side play with a total of twelve (

12) players

per roster with Goalkeepers.

The

primary focus of the 12U Coaching Course should be one of technical cleansing for players.

12U

coaches should, after attending the 12U course, be able to identify and fix any technical problems that players might have developed.

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12U Program

See 12U Coach Manual for

Age appropriate Techniques

Knowledge of the Game

Objectives of the Game

Principles of Play

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Conducting a Coaching Clinic:

Establish a Need

Purpose ‑ to train and qualify coaches for the benefit of youth teams within a region.

Determine the number of people needing or wanting the course.

Determine suitable dates and accommodate participants' schedules.

Think about Sponsorship

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Clinic Sponsorship:

Can be obtained through the region or area, or through an independent outside source

Reduce cost for attendees, encourage more participation

Minimal individual fees charged to participants, encourages participation in the course

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Clinic Organization:

Delegation of Responsibilities

Publicity director

Registrar

Equipment manager

Facilities coordinator

Locate additional qualified, certified instructors on an "as needed basis”

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Get your course registered in eAYSO

Why?...

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Clinic Implementation:

Think about your participants needs

-Food - lunch (may be provided by region?)

-Paper and pencil

-Suitable clothing

-Water, sunscreen, towel, ball, chair etc.

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Clinic Implementation:

Materials - Field aid – goals,

pinnies

, cones, stakes, grids, balls, etc.

Players

Books – age-appropriate coaching manuals, guidance for referees & coaches,

etc

First Aid kit and if possible, paramedic

Extras – Course t-shirt, drinks, snacks, prizes

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Equipment needs:

1. Projector & Screen

2. Extension Cord

3. Flip Chart

4. Easel

5. Markers

6. Laptop

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Budget needs:

1. Facilities

2. Staff

3. Printing costs

4. Accommodations for visiting instructors

5. Guest speakers

6. Advertising

7. Equipment

8. Regions may charge a nominal fee for clinics. A fee has been found to

be an excellent reminder of the date. Clinics should be self‑funded

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Publicity:

Publicize in advance using posters, brochures e­mail, web‑sites and communication among regional and/or area and/or sectional personnel.

Emphasize that the clinic's goal is to teach how to coach, not how to become soccer players.

Participation in heavy exercise is voluntary and dependent upon the physical condition of participants

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Site acquisition:

Utilize a neutral location if possible

Acquire necessary permits

Consider inclement weather

Orientation (seating capacity)

Location of refreshment facilities…

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Clinic Implementation:

Eight to ten participants per instructor is ideal

Remember, you need players to demonstrate

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Using Experts for classroom lectures or panels:

Qualified coach instructors certified at the appropriate level

Local doctor, sports psychologist, physical therapist

Assistance from neighboring regions

Referee for Laws of the Game

Ask for

constructive

criticism…

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Registering a Coaching Course:

Who

authorizes your

clinic?

How

to register a coaching course.

Process

roster of attendees locally or submit roster of graduates to the AYSO National Office

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Lesson

Plans:

Obtain

lesson plan and course materials

from

www.ayso.org/instructors

Use AYSO coaching manuals as instructor

notes

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Remember, time is your enemy

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Teaching Assignment

Evaluation forms

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Important Notice

:

Any lead Instructor who has failed to account for a roster within the 60 day period following the scheduled training date will not be authorized to conduct additional training until the past due roster is returned or its status satisfactorily resolved

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Summary:

Role of and Criteria for Coach Instructors

Coaching Program Overview

Impromptu Speaking

How To Teach Coaching Courses

Planning A Successful Coaching Course

Teaching Assignments

Evaluations Forms

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Any Questions?

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programs@ayso.org

#902

Thank you for attending!