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2010 Coach Training
Time to start thinking about Coach Training!

Are you ready to have fun Coaching your child’s team? Get paid with playoff points when you become certified with Coach Training classes. All head Coaches must be age appropriate trained
Head Coach Training can earn your child's U10 through U14 team 25 points (Assistant Coaches earn 10 points) of the 85 points they need to earn to qualify for our regional playoffs.

Don’t forget to get your referee’s certified. This will add up to 10 points towards your team’s total. Each game you pre-register to referee, and center referee, will earn your child's team another 5 points.

Trained team parents who attend orientation earn 5 points.

Need more points?  Contact Tom Carolan, Fields Administrator. 
So, get off the couch! Get some exercise! And, serve your kids! Coach, Referee and help out with the fields! We can’t make it without you. 
Here are the scheduled training dates and locations:

Please RSVP with Max Torres

Team Balancing night –Attend to get a preview and voice in team selection 
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 from 7:00 to 8:30 P.M. at Elm Street*

Training is required for certification and certification is required for you to get credit and points for your player’s team. 
There are three opportunities to take Coach Training. I strongly recommend taking the first class on August 21, 2010.  

U6 and U8 training lasts for 2 hours. U10 training for 3 hours. U12 for 5 hours.


   1 >Saturday, August 21st; Coach Training from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M.

      >Saturday, August 21st; Annual Coach meeting from 2 to 4 P.M.

   2 >Tuesday, September 7th; Coach Training from 6 to 9 P.M.

       >Wednesday, September 8th; Completion of U12 training from 6 to 8 P.M.

   3 > Sunday, September 19th; Coach Training from 12 to 5 P.M. 
 All Coach trainings are held at Harloe Elementary

New Coaches - Please complete your online Safe Haven Course and bring the certificate to training. 
If you have not turned in your volunteer form at registration please complete it (online) and bring two (2) copies to training. 
Please contact Regional Coach Administrator or Assistant Coach Administrator if you would like to attend regional referee training! See the
region calendar on the web site for training dates.   
Intermediate and Advanced Coach Training: Held at Nipomo High 
Super Camp  Friday, August 13th; Start at 6 P.M.

                    Saturday, August 14th; 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.

                    Sunday, August 15th; 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.

Additional Coach Training
Check the Area Q web site for additional training in Area Q. Please contact the named training contact before attending.

Online Safe Haven Certification Child and Volunteer Protection course - required for all Coaches and Referees - can now be taken from home!

Please print, and fax or mail a copy of your certificate to the Region at the fax number or mailing address on the region's home page, so that we can assure you received credit for this certification course.

Remember: there is absolutely nothing selfish about becoming better trained for AYSO coaching, refereeing or management. The better we become at our jobs, the better our kids are served by our programs.


  Everyone Plays  Balanced Teams Open Registration  Positive Coaching  Good Sportsmanship 

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