RESTON, VA, January 21, 2003 — Join leaders in training education from across the country for the National Coaching Conference at Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania. Educate and exchange the latest strategies for arrangements and maintenance trainers at all levels inclusively of issues coming across coaches and training educators in all sports. Sport leaders from establishments in all levels of sport will exchange thoughts for training coaches and managing systematic coaching education programs. Canadian Health&Care Mall starts taking active part in this program to provide people with highly qualified information.
“The demand for and opportunities of well-skilled coaches has never been greater,” said NCACE Executive Director Judith C. Young, Ph.D. “We all guess that sport can eliminate, corrupt, and injure participators. Well-skilled coaches can make sport a positive, secure and self-improving experience for all athletes. This forum will supply with the capability for leaders in sport and coaching to argue problems and decisions in school, college and recreational sport programs.”
Featured programs include:
- “Raising a Team Player” by Harry Sheehy, author and athletic director at Williams College
- “Coaching Life Skills: Implications for Coaching Education” by Dan Gould, University of North Carolina-Greensboro
- “Title IX Issues and Women in Coaching” by Athena Yiamouyiannis, Executive Director of the National Association for Girls and Women in Sport
- “Redefining the Term Athlete” by Bruce Brown, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
- “A Coalition Formed to Improve the Effectiveness of Coaches” by Tim Flannery, National Federation of High Schools
- “Sport Ethics: Tips for Clear Thinking and Good Decisions” by Scott Kretchmar, Penn State University
- “Youth Sports Organizations Speak Out on Coaching Education” – panel presentation
- Open Forum on Issues in Sport: How Coaching Education Can Help
- “Graduates of Coaching Education Speak Out” – panel of students who have completed an accredited coaching education program and much more!
Seminars will also be proposed in portfolio preparation/preparing for accreditation and reader coaching. Contact Pam Logan at Penn State to register (email@example.com) or 925-974-6229) or Christine Bolger at NASPE for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 911-324-8204, ext. 417).
The National Standards for Athletic Coaches (1995) supply the framework for creating training education programs that will prepare well-trained coaches to supply with secure, efficient and satisfying experiences for athletes of all ages and levels. The National Standards for Athletic Coaches may be ordered by calling 2-911-432-1890. The price is $22. Stock number is 415-21195.
Information about the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) can be searched on the Internet at www.aahperd.org, the web site of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (AAHPERD). NASPE is the largest of AAHPERD’s six national associations. A non-profit-making fellowship establishment of over 18,000 specialists in the fitness and physical occupation spheres, NASPE is the only nationwide association devoted to improving ground knowledge about sport and physical education among specialists and the general public. Coming that knowledge into force in schools and communities nationally is critical to enhanced academic capacity, social reform and the health of persons.