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Coach certification details

USCA Coaching Certification Levels

Registered Coach
        * Read and understand Coaching Code of Conduct
        * Pass Coaching Code of Conduct test
        * Register name, address, and e-mail with the USCA office
        * submit a plan for the current year for your team
        * pass a background check
       Website and code available from Bev at the USCA  office
 Note: A coach must be registered to participate in the 2009-2010 season playdowns

Level 1 Coach
         * Attend a Level I instructor course and pass the test
         *Attend a level II instructor course and pass the test
         * Take the Positive Coaching Alliance -Double Goal Course
 http://www.positivecoach.org   (Cost is $25.00) 
         *Successfully complete First-Aid for coaches training course
 https://www.redcrossonlinetraining.org (cost is $45.00)
         * Use coaching skills with a team or individual

Level 2:
* Assist at a USCA curling camp and give at least one presentation on at least one of the following: delivery, sweeping or strategy
* Coach a team for one curling season
* Pass videotape delivery analysis test
* Sign USCA Coach Code of Conduct and Coaches Agreement
* Complete Level I officiating course
* Become a certified Level I coach

 

Level 3:  Work with team having state or national goals (within last four years)
* Instruct at USCA curling camp or coaching clinic and give presentations on each of the following: delivery, sweeping and strategy
* Coach at two international competitive events or at a national championship leading to a world championship (does not include a player/coach position)
* Certified Level 2 coach. Enclose a short resume on coaching experience

Level 4:
* Certified Level 3 coach
* Attend a continuing education class on coaching every four years
* Work with team having state/national goals (within last four years)
* Instruct at a USCA curling camp or coaching clinic and be able to give presentations on each of the following: delivery, sweeping and strategy
* Coach at world championship (does not include a player/coach position). Enclose a short resume on coaching experience.

 

 

 
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