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NSCAA Club Standards Project - Elevating the standards of coach and player development, one organization at a time! Find out more at NSCAA.com/clubstandards

NSCAA Club Standards Project proudly presents a series of webinars for Coaches, Directors and Administrators responsible for club, coach and player performance. Our presenters are ‘thought leaders’ and are significantly involved in youth soccer administration and coaching. The webinars are free to attend. Pre-registration is required. Find out more at NSCAA.com/clubstandards/webinars

Upcoming Schedule: 

Scott Leber, Founder, iSoccer

Using Gaming Mechanics and Motivational Psychology to Ignite Skill Development

Monday, March 25, 2013 - 9pm EST

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Motivational Psychology

Motivating Younger players vs Motivating older players

Club success stories

David Newbery, Coordinator, NSCAA Club Standards Project

Best Practices in Youth Soccer Clubs

Tuesday, March 26, 2013 - 9pm EST

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Common characteristics of successful clubs

5 Best Practices from 5 years of research

NSCAA Club Standards Project overview

David  Newbery, Coordinator, NSCAA Club Standards Project

Best Practices in Youth Soccer Clubs

Monday, April 01, 2013 - 1pm EST

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Common characteristics of successful clubs

5 Best Practices from 5 years of research

NSCAA Club Standards Project overview

Freya Coombe, Senior Lecturer in Sport Science, Buckinghamshire New University

Motivation and Building Competence in Youth Players

Tuesday, April 02, 2013 - 1pm EST

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Motivation and Building Competence in Youth Players

Christian Lavers, Executive Vice President, US Club Soccer

Best Youth Development Practices in Top Clubs

Tuesday, April 09, 2013 - 1pm EST

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Coaching Staff Structure and Internal Coaching Education

Training Curriculum and Periodizing a Season

Style of Play and Representative Training Activities

Developing Club Culture

Scott Placek, Attorney

"I Didn't Know, So Sue Me!"

Monday, April 22, 2013 - 1pm EST

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Risk Management involves planning, not reacting.

Risk Management touches all areas of your club.

Child Protection means more than criminal background checks.

Clubs have responsibilities in both screening and managing volunteers and staff.

Vendors pose liability risks to clubs.

The future is scarier than the present.

Christian Lavers, Executive Vice President, US Club Soccer

Best Youth Development Practices in Top Clubs

Tuesday, May 07, 2013 - 9pm EST

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Coaching Staff Structure and Internal Coaching Education

Training Curriculum and Periodizing a Season

Style of Play and Representative Training Activities

Developing Club Culture

 

The NSCAA Club Standards Project is an evaluative process focusing on youth soccer organizations that is designed to raise the standards and expectations for coach and player development. Youth organizations participating in the NSCAA Club Standards Project will be evaluated on their current performance in Coaching Development, Player Development and Administration.

Participation in the Preliminary Assessment is free and all organizations will receive more than $2,500 in benefits provided by the project sponsors and partners.  Organizations will receive a ‘participant logo’ to proudly display on their website and will also be recognized at NSCAA.com.

Take the Preliminary Assessment for Free Now!

Find out more about the Club Standards Project at NSCAA.com/clubstandards.

 

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