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  1. Level ICoaching Certification Jeff Prime USA Women’s Coach 8 Years Colombian National Program Brasil Men’s and Jr’s National Teams jprime14@yahoo.com

  2. USARS / AAU • Brief history • USARS - NGB • Reason for class – consistency • Team USA programs • Questions • Who has been in this class before? • Who has been to a USA class before? • How many new?

  3. Requirement levels • Ages 5-16 Rec. Hockey • Club or Travel Hockey • Team USA Youth • Masters – Team USA Men or Women Reason – Consistency and standard throughout the sport (Refs)

  4. FUN FUN FUN • As a child’s first coach you have a big responsiblilty • Children play for the fun of it • Children want to be with their friends • Every player counts (count the coaches and to see if each coach lost one player a season, how it would effect our sport)

  5. TEACHERS • Responsibility – not just dad helping • Teachers – educational process to work with children • How children learn • Hearing • Seeing • Doing • Explain things slowly and clearly

  6. COACHES LANGUAGE • How we talk to children – tone and body language • Right way • “good job” • “nice try” • Wrong way • “you should’ve had him” • “that’s your fault they scored” • Praise Teach Praise • “nice shift Billy, next time when a player is in front of our net you want to lift his/her stick, good work in the corner Billy”

  7. PARENT COACHES • Ask how many are parent coaches – most will be • Remember it’s not about your child • All parents think their child is great • Treat all children like your own • No special attention • Don’t have your child lead drills • All the other parents are watching you • They are keeping track of playing time • Be a dad on the ride home • “how was practice Billy” • “did you have fun”

  8. TOP TEN REASONS • Why I stopped playing a sport • I lost interest • I was not having fun • It took too much time • Coach was a poor teacher • Too much pressure • Wanted non-sport activity • Needed more study time • Coach played favorites • I was tired of it • Over emphasis on winning Why I play my Sport • To have fun • To improve my skills • To be with friends • To stay in shape • To be part of a team • Excitement of competition • To learn new skills • Do something I’m good at • For team spirit • To win Survey of 10,000 boys and girls ages 7 - 12

  9. YOU ARE A ROLE MODEL • Your behavior • Your language • Your attitude • On and off the floor children are watching you • With other coaches and officials One Question – Ten years from now how do you want to be remembered by these children?

  10. Your Team Attitude • If your team takes penalties – you are responsible • If your team yells at the officials – you are responsible • You have the team you build and the style of play you want • Boston - Pittsburg

  11. SAFTEY • Do not move player • Calm child down first • Talk and ask Questions • Keep helmet on • Recommend First Aid and CPR

  12. Coaches Safety • Don’t be alone with child in locker room, have team Manager or parent • Don’t drive player’s home, you are not a babysitter • Coaching girls – Locker room • Language – appropriate • Handling players

  13. Practice Plan • Do you have a practice plan • Review and explain each drill • Remind coaches • Arrive early • Write down drills • Explain drills to players before going on rink

  14. Hockey Talk • Ask how many coaches have hockey experience • Ask all coaches how many use coaches boards. Why? • You will actually go thru the basic systems • Box • Ages 5- 10 box positioning • Ages 10 – 15 concept of man-to-man

  15. Hockey Talk • Defensive basics • Ice to roller transition 3-2 • Goalies • Goal scoring • Faceoffs • Corner Battles

  16. Teenage Rec. • Fundamental Drills • Positioning • Power Play - Diamond • Penalty Kill – Triangle • Realize other distractions

  17. Sports Pyramid • Recreational Players -75% • Club Players 20% • Elite Players 5% • Brief explanation of what is available for young players • Tournaments • Nationals • Team USA

  18. FUN FUN FUN • Emphasize recreational sport • Teach fundamentals • Make sure everyone has Fun

  19. Rink Time • Put on your skates • Bring clip board with skills listed • Demo each skill • Explain and breakdown how to teach children these skills

  20. Demo • Talk with kids at their level-take a knee • Chalk talk – slow and neat • Breakdown the fundamentals • Stance • Holding the stick/size • Stick handling • Passing • Shooting • Stride • Crossovers • Gliding turn • Stopping • Backwards • Pivots

  21. In Closing • Ask if anyone has questions • Remind coaches – kids play for FUN • Thank everyone for coming • Let them know when they can expect to receive their coaches card