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AYSO National Coaching Program Coach Administrator Training. Workshop Objectives. Understand our association with the USSF and the 4 key elements to the program as well as our curriculum accreditation with NCACE. Understand the history and importance of the AYSO National coaching program.
AYSO Vision Statement:
“ To provide world-class youth soccer
programs that enrich children’s lives”.
AYSO Mission Statement:
“ To develop and deliver quality youth soccer programs which promote a fun, family environment based on the AYSO Philosophies of:
Everyone Plays, Balanced Teams, Open Registration, Positive Coaching, Good Sportsmanship and Player Development
AYSO’s National Coaching Program is a fully accredited coaching education program!
What is the name of the accrediting organization?
The AYSO National Coaching Program has been established based on research and development conducted by:
All of whom took into consideration the current and future needs of the organization, its coaches and players.
Of all the volunteer positions in AYSO, coaches have the most direct contactwith and the most influence on the players, which is why the job of ensuring that our coaches are properly trained and certified is so important…
Highlights of the position:
All Coaching Job Descriptions can be found online at www.ayso.org. Coach Administrator job position descriptions are in the AYSO Coach Administrator Manual.
Question? How many of you have the Coach Administrator Manual?
Need a manual? Contact the Supply Center at 1-888-297-6786 or download a copy from www.aysotraining.org
Chain of Command – do we have one?
All businesses need to have a chain of command but the important thing to have is:
A Chain of Communication!...
Role of the:
Please note that the new manuals are not available as a PDF.
You must order a hard copy from the Supply Center.
The video link is located on the Coach Lesson Plan page for
Coach Instructors at AYSO.org
Mandated Coach Training
AYSO has partnered with the CDC to use the
“Heads Up” Concussion training tools
The policy is located online at www.ayso.org/For_Volunteers/coaches/coach_res.htm
Program costs to consider when creating a budget:
Are you ready to hold a course?
Plan for every detail, plan for every contingency!
“If you fail to plan, then plan to fail”
Establish a Need
Delegation of Responsibilities:
Do you do this all by yourself?
on an “as needed” basis – in case the number
of participants increases.
Participants will need (or bring):
Typical expenses include:
Enter roster of graduates
responsibility to make sure your instructors
know and understand the proper procedures
for registering courses and making sure that
the attendees receive credit.
Under Region, Instructor, Select Course Request
Enter Section, Course Name, Start Date, State, and City.
Enter Lead Instructor - must have correct Coach/Instructor certifications
Enter Course Contact
Enter Course Verifier: Section (SCA) for Advanced, Area (ACA) for Intermediate, Region for all others.
Enter Roster Number & Search
Select the Roster &
Add Roster Attendees
Search for Attendee
Select Attendee and Add attendee to program roster
Once all attendees have been added, select Back
Check Completedto give attendees credit and select Return Roster
Coaching calendars are vital to achieving success
in a Region. It provides a timeline of events to
achieve coaching goals and objectives.
Important to provide the coaching calendar to your Regional Commissioner and that it ties into the overall regional calendar.
Coaching calendar should show:
This is an important part of the Regional Coach Administrator position!
Those Regions with their act together, will have an
easier time retaining coaches from year to year.
Invest the time to recruit and retain – what makes coaches stay?
Offer sufficient training for your coaches.
Retaining coaches from year to year is easier if you’ve done a good job of training and have ongoing communication with your coaches.
The more coaches you retain from year to year the less time you’ll spend in recruiting!
Recognize their efforts!
The AYSO Program designed to encourage appropriate sideline behavior.
How many of you actively promote Kids Zone in your Regions?
Look for these in 2014 – publicized in Hey Coach!
In part, we covered:
This is only a start, get involved, get help and
For additional support, contact the Player Development Department at the National Office.
“Customer service is not a department, it’s an attitude”