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Notable Coach Certification Equivalency Application

As part of the member services and outreach programs of the United States Fencing Coaches Association, the Notable Coach Certification Equivalency Program has been established. It intends to award proper certification levels to member coaches who do not have a USFCA certification, or whose certification has not kept pace with their accomplishments. This program is

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Injury Prevention and Foundational Footwork Fencing Sports Safety Course

Welcome to the United States Fencing Coaches Association Injury Prevention and Foundational Footwork Course for Levels II-V (expanded from Levels II-III). This NCDP Core certification and continuing education course is presented for credit by Doctor Rob Handelman, D.C., Maître d’Armes, President of the United States Fencing Coaches Association, and Doctor Jeremy Summers D.C., President of

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How to Coach Kids

How to coach Kids! [30 min] Start Here! There are some things coaches can do to create a great experience for kids no matter who or what they coach. Start here to learn how to set everyone up for success.  Nike and the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) created How to Coach Kids and How to

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Sport First Aid

The course includes the ebook Sport First Aid, Fifth Edition; one-year access to the course and its accompanying Coaching Aids (PDF downloads); the 75-question test and automatic test scoring; certificate of course completion printable from the website; and entry in the National Coaches Registry.

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Coaching Principles (ASEP)

Coaching Principles is based on extensive research and best practices featured in the accompanying ebook Successful Coaching, written by renowned sport psychologist Rainer Martens. The 20-unit course challenges coaches to define their coaching philosophy, objectives, and style; enhance communication and motivational skills; become more effective teachers; and improve team, relationship, risk, and self-management skills. Coaching

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