Verification of Clinic Attendance
of attending a coach's clinic that is not run or hosted by the Arizona
Region is required to be signed and on file with the Region Office
to extend your coaching certificate. If you attend a clinic please
take the form with you, have them sign it and then submit it to the
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Elite Coaches Clinics - AZ Desert Sky is hosting two different groups of Elite Coaches for clinics on June 2&3 and June 9&10.
Clinic 1: June 2 & 3: Coaches scheduled to attend: David Rubio, Charita Johnson (University of Arizona), Chris Lamb, Sean Carter (Wichita State) and Bear Grassl (Sonoma State)
Clinic 2: June 9 & 10: Coaches scheduled to attend: Terry Gamble (Jacksonville State), Jolene Shepardson (San Jose State), Rick Reynolds (Idaho State)
These clinics can serve as an IMPACT refresher if the coach has had IMPACT before. If the coach has never had IMPACT, this clinic will not fill that requirement. Clinic Verification Form
Questions: Contact Linda Rodl or 602-451-9506
Volleyball offers CAP courses across the country every year. Check
the USAV website for locations and dates. The Arizona Region tries to host a CAP course in the state every two years. The next course in Arizona will be Dec 2017. We will be offering CAP I, CAP II, Beach CAP I.
If you are not a member of USAV the cost can be very expensive. You can save some money by registering with the AZ Region for a one event membership plus a background screen ($45 total for both) - it will drop the net cost about $65. Contact the AZ Region office for more information BEFORE you register for CAP.
CAP Level I Course is open to ALL Coaches.
The CAP Level II class is open to all previously accredited Level I coaches
for initial Level II accreditation or to previously accredited Level II coaches
who wish to re-accredit.
Check-in for the CAP I & II courses,
and additional modules will be on Saturday at 7:30 AM
on Saturday will run from 8 AM to 8 PM and the sessions on Sunday
will run from 8 AM to 4 PM
you wanted to attend additional modules to complete recertification
or work towards certification then you can attend Saturday night
and Sunday full day to gain the modules needed.
I & II sessions will run concurrently on approximately the same schedule.
Registration and Information: USA Volleyball Coaches Education
AVCA (American Volleyball Coaches Association) Convention offers
volleyball coaches many opportunities to learn from some of the best
collegiate coaches out there. The convention is run in conjunction
with the NCAA Final 4 in December. Check the AVCA website for information
on the next convention.
is usually also a CAP course scheduled at the AVCA Convention. To attend
the CAP Course or any of the modules, contact the USA Volleyball Education Department.
Medal Squared coaching clinics are offered various times throughout
the year. They are self described as the most comprehensive, most revolutionary, most valuable - in a word, the finest
coaching clinics you will ever attend.
clinics are "hands on" where a large portion of the three days is spent on the court. Coaches have
the option to go through the drills, to re-learn the basic skills in
the way that they will teach their players - they play volleyball (or
if preferred, can observe others playing). Naturally this makes the
clinics a lot more entertaining, and reinforces concepts in a way that
classroom-only instruction can't.
you have specific questions about any aspect of the GM2 clinics, please
email them at email@example.com
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