USA Football, the Official Youth Football Development Partner of the NFL and all its’ 32 clubs, is hosting their seventh annual Coaching School on Saturday, April 13th at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.
USAFootball.com describes the Coaching School as an opportunity to “to give coaches age-specific coaching instruction that ensures a positive youth football experience for players and parents.”
Here is a breakdown off the Coaching School experience:
We understand that different ages have different abilities and ways of learning. Knowing this, our curriculum is driven by our Player Progression Development Model. Using this model you will learn coaching skills that apply to your players based on their physical, social and cognitive abilities.
Youth and high school coaches, after being educated on our Player Progression Development Model, will be the clinicians. The appropriate content for the age group you coach will be delivered at the Coaching School.
Your time is valuable. Our new format that includes tailored, age-specific education allows for a shorter, more focused day.
A few spots remain, but it’s filling up quick! Click here to register.
About USA Football: USA Football, the sport’s national governing body in the United States, hosts dozens of football training events annually offering education for coaches, skill development for players and resources for youth football league commissioners. The independent nonprofit is the official youth football development partner of the NFL, its 32 teams and the NFL Players Association. USA Football manages U.S. national teams within the sport for international competitions and provides more than $1 million annually in equipment grants and youth league volunteer background check subsidies. Endowed by the NFL and NFLPA in 2002 through the NFL Youth Football Fund, USA Football (www.usafootball.com) is chaired by former NFL team executive Carl Peterson.