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US Lacrosse offers local Level I coaching clinics at United Sports

Sunday, 21st September 2008

Categories Boy's/Men's, Clinics, Events, Girl's/Women's, Posted 9/21/08

U.S. Lacrosse, in conjunction with the Philadelphia Lacrosse Association, will host Coaching Education Program (CEP) Level 1 Instructional Clinics on Sunday, Oct. 26 at the United Sports Training Center (USTC) in Downingtown from 9:00 a.m.-4 p.m.

The clinics are open to all current or aspiring boys’ and girls’ lacrosse coaches. US Lacrosse certified instructors will share their knowledge and experience with participants looking to improve their coaching knowledge base and increase their effectiveness on the field.

The clinics brings the material in the U.S. Lacrosse Level 1 online courses to life through hands-on instruction facilitated by select, highly respected U.S. Lacrosse trainers. Level 1 Clinics provide tools needed to effectively teach rules, basic player skills, team concepts, responsibilities and philosophies.

Personalized discussions, seminars, and interactive demonstrations create a six-hour interactive experience for participants.

The Clinics are open to all U.S. Lacrosse member coaches of any range of experience willing to enhance their instructing techniques and increase their knowledge of lacrosse. They are part of the only standardized lacrosse coaching curriculum pioneered by U.S. Lacrosse.

U.S. Lacrosse will have several noted instructors for the clinics, including Bonnie Rosen, the women’s lacrosse coach at Temple University and Kevin Meany, the men’s lacrosse coach at Alvernia University.
U.S. Lacrosse strongly urges participants to complete the Level 1 online course prior to the clinic in order for the experience to be most effective. The clinics are also a component of national Level 1 coaching certification, the first-ever certification available to lacrosse coaches.

Please click here to register online for the clinics. Click here for clinic coach bios.


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