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1 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Instructor:

2 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Course Overview: Purpose of the Advanced Coach Instructor Program Course Learning Objectives Prerequisites Exam Course Body Teaching Assignments Demonstrate Instructor Ability Course Summary…

3 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Purpose of the Advanced Coach Instructor Program Provide AYSO Advanced Coaches who desire to become AYSO Advanced Coach Instructors with the necessary tools, information and actual teaching situations which might enable them to become AYSO Advanced Coach Instructors…

4 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Learning Objectives Role of the Certified Advanced Coach Instructor Requirements to be an Advanced Coach Instructor Administrative requirements…

5 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Prerequisites Be a certified AYSO Advanced Coach Be recommended by the Area Coach Administrator or the Section Coach Administrator…

6 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Test Time!!

7 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 1.In the space provided below, write the American Youth Soccer Organizations VISION STATEMENT: VISION STATEMENT To provide work class youth soccer programs that enrich childrens lives…

8 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 2.In the space provided below, write the American Youth Soccer Organizations MISSION STATEMENT: MISSION STATEMENT To develop and deliver quality youth soccer programs which promote a fun, family environment based on the AYSO Philosophies…

9 Advanced Coach Instructor Program 3.The AYSOs philosophy grew out of a deep concern for the well-being of all participants. The principles set forth by the AYSO founders in 1964 still guide the organization today. What are the 6 philosophies of AYSO? Open Registration Everyone Plays Balanced Teams Positive Coaching Good Sportsmanship Player Development…

10 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 4.Define Good Sportsmanship as used in AYSO coaching courses: AYSO strives to create a safe, fair, fun and positive environment based on mutual respect, rather than a win-at-all costs attitude, and our program is designed to instill good sportsmanship in ever facet of AYSO…

11 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 5.Name two of the four basic attributes that all successful coaches share as presented in the AYSO Advanced Coaching course: Knowledge of the game Always place an athletes well being first The ability to communicate that knowledge to the player The ability to observe and evaluate (coaching eye) so the coach may correct any apparent faults in a positive manner…

12 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 6.How do overuse injuries occur? Overuse injuries occur when a tissue is injured due to repetitive sub-maximal loading. The process starts when repetitive activity fatigues a specific structure such as tendon or bone…

13 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 7.Name the seven characteristics of passing used in the Advanced Coaching Course checklist: Timing Accuracy Pace Deception When Where Positive result…

14 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 8.A coach should use a systematic approach to help in communicating with and training players. The training session is an attempt to duplicate a match in what type of environment? A learning environment…

15 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 9.What are the five (5) elements of soccer that should be coached in every training session? Skills Tactics Conditioning Mental alertness Inter-relations of the three speeds…

16 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 10.Name the five (5) attacking principles: Penetration Depth Width Mobility Creativity…

17 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 11.Name the five (5) defensive principles of soccer: Delay Depth Concentration Balance Composure…

18 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 12.What are the attacking Principles that respectively counter the defending Principles? Attacking PrinciplesDefending Principles PenetrationDelayDepth WidthConcentration MobilityBalance CreativityComposure…

19 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 13.Practice should simulate as much as possible the pressures players experience during match conditions. This may be accomplished how? The coach needs to vary the: Speed Space Opposition…

20 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 14.Name the four match characteristics which are seen at all levels of play: Shooting Short combined with long play Risk of shooting or advancing versus the safety of maintaining possession Transition from offense to defense and vice-versa…

21 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 15.State the role of the 3 rd attacker: Defeat principles of defense by rating with 2 nd attacker, working to create numbers, working to create pace and creating defensive confusion…

22 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 16.State the role of the 2 nd defender: Support 1 st defender, prepare to become 1 st defender, deny dangerous pass, reduce good shooting angles, watch 1 st attacker and the ball…

23 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 17.There are five (5) technical parts to dribbling. What are they? Vision Touch Turning Beating a defender Shielding…

24 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 18.What are the five (5) characteristics of a good pass? Accurate Correct pace Well timed Somewhat deceptive Positive result (successfully advances the ball or maintains possession)…

25 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 19.What are the five (5) technical characteristics of good ball control? Maintain eye contact with the ball Move into the line of flight of the ball Body is in a relaxed and balanced manner Ball is cushioned on contact Prepare ball for the next move…

26 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 20.When playing 3 vs. 3, what attacking/defending Principles of Play is being stressed? Attacking Defending PenetrationDelayDepth WidthConcentration…

27 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 21.All players must make decisions relative to the position of: The ball Themselves Their teammates Their opponents The clock The goal…

28 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 22.Simply put, the goalkeeper has three very important responsibilities. They are: Stop shots/crosses Support the defense Initiate/participate in the attack…

29 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 23.In dealing with injuries, the coach must at least look competent and in control of the situation. The coach must remain calm so that the injured player and teammates are not unduly upset. In addition, the coach must: Do not diagnose an injury Do not touch the injury but ask the player to move the affected area Seek professional help for all but minor injuries Put the childs welfare ahead of the teams need…

30 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 24.A player who is experiencing heat exhaustion will feel cool, clammy and damp. What three things should the coach do immediately? Move the player to shade Douse the player with cool water Give the player fluids…

31 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 25.The position of the marking defender is influenced by a number of factors that include position of the ball and the goal relative to the marked attacker. The forward should be more tightly marked as: The player moves into a more dangerous shooting position The player, off the ball, moves into a position to quickly receive a pass…

32 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 26.There are how many Laws of the Game? 17

33 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 27.Name the Laws of the Game: 1. Field of Play 2. The Ball 3. Number of Players 4. Players Equipment 5. The Referee 6. The Assistant Referee 7. Duration of the Game 8. Start and Restart of Play 9. Ball In and Out of Play 10. Method of Scoring…

34 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 27. Name the Laws of the Game (contd) : 11.Offside 12.Fouls and Misconducts 13. Free Kicks 14.Penalty Kick 15.Throw In 16.Goal Kick 17.Corner Kick…

35 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 28.What are the seven (7) reasons for a caution (yellow card)? Dissent Failing to respect the required distance during corner kicks and free kicks Unsporting behavior Persistent infringement of the Laws Delaying the restart of play Entering or re-enters the field without the referees permission Deliberately leaves the field without the referees permission…

36 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 29.On a waterlogged field, a player places the ball for a penalty kick to the side of the penalty mark. Is this permitted? NO

37 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 30.Can you think of any time in soccer a player should commit a good foul? NEVER!

38 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Bonus Questions!

39 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 31.Name the three (3) types of speed that every coach must work on at training (practice) sessions? Physical speed Technical speed Tactical speed…

40 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 32.In the space provided below, write the URL for AYSO:

41 Advanced Coach Instructor Course 33.What organization has accredited the AYSO National Coaching Program? The National Council for Accreditation of Coaching Education (NCACE)…

42 Advanced Coach Instructor Course How are you feeling now??

43 Advanced Coach Instructor Course AYSO Coaching Courses: AYSOs Safe Haven 2 hours U-6 Coach Course 2 hours U-8 Coach Course 2 hours U-10 Coach Course 3 hours U-12 Coach Course 5 hours Intermediate (U-14) Coach Course15 hours Advanced (U-16/19) Coach Course18 hours National Coach Course56 hours+ Annual Coach Update 1 hour+…

44 Advanced Coach Instructor Course What can an Advanced Coach Instructor teach? Upon successful completion of this course you will be eligible to teach (not authorize): All AYSO Coaching Courses, including the National Coaching Course…

45 Advanced Coach Instructor Course All AYSO instructors should present the AYSO National Coaching Program All AYSO courses are designed to be presented using players as demonstrators. Coaches in attendance should see how a professional works with a particular age group….

46 Advanced Coach Instructor Course AYSO instructors must: Use the AYSO materials Teach what is in the manuals Stay on track Support the AYSO National Coaching Program…

47 Advanced Coach Instructor Course What material do you think you should teach? The AYSO National Coaching Program! WHY?

48 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Teaching Assignments Each of you will be required to make a 20 minute presentation from material that is presented in the Intermediate or the Advanced Coaching Manuals Evaluation form…

49 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Teaching the: Intermediate and Advanced Coaching Courses…

50 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate and Advanced Coach courses: The Intermediate and Advanced Coach courses are designed to be presented using U-14 and U-19 players as demonstrators. Coaches in attendance should see how a professional works with a particular age group and experience the rigors of the game…

51 Advanced Coach Instructor Course The Intermediate Coaching course is a 15 hour course designed to link the technical aspects of the game with the ability of players to read the game. This course also links short sided play to the full 11-a-side game. The teaching plan is the Intermediate Coaching Manual. Your instructor notes are your presentation guide (yes, there are instructor notes)…

52 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course Players (U-14) must be used as demonstrators for this course Cover the main points and move on You dont have time to clean techniques in this course You will want to – but dont…

53 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course Time Management is essential to a successful course Stick to your plan and teach the manual…

54 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course All coaches at this level must understand how they can incorporate these four elements into their training sessions: Skills Tactics Conditioning Psychological motivation…

55 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course At this level coaches must: Develop a proper attitude with their players Make each player feel important Make training enjoyable and rewarding for players Understand each players strengths and weaknesses Provide proper role model…

56 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course Motivation strategies should be adopted to the age of the players involved (U-14 to U-16) While the fundamental concepts remain the same, the coach will want to adopt different styles as influenced by the age of the player…

57 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course In the U-13 to U-16 age group there are some characteristics to consider: Boys/Girls – are they the same? Period of physical change accompanied by mental unrest Mostly better players remain in the sport Need for strong peer acceptance Desire to improve skills Players become vocal and opinionated…

58 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course Coaching Cycle – Explain that an understanding of the Coaching Cycle is a key ingredient for all successful coaches You must cover, in detail, every aspect of the Coaching Cycle Note: – So YOU must know and understand the Coaching Cycle…

59 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course Principles of Play - It is critical that all attendees understand the Principles of Play and how the Principles must be incorporated into their training sessions…

60 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course System of Play – Stress that any system of play must fit the players, the players cannot fit the system of play (cover systems of play from the Intermediate Manual)…

61 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Intermediate Coaching Course Characteristics by Position – When discussing positional play, ensure that the coaches fully understand the areas of responsibility are far more important than assigning players a position. Explain why to the coaches…

62 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Teaching the Advanced Coach Course…

63 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course The Advanced Coach Course is an 18 hour course with an emphasis on analysis Players (U-16 or U-19) must be used when delivering this course The Advanced Coach Course currently represents the end product for many AYSO coaches…

64 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Teaching the Advanced Coach Course – While the emphasis in previous courses requires the instructor to deliver largely technical material, the Advanced Coach course instructor has to also serve as a facilitator for discussion and evaluation among the participants…

65 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course As in all other AYSO Coaching Courses – time is the enemy…

66 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course The Advanced Coach manual is not a stand-alone item. Do not give the students the manual until the end of the course. Tie your presentation to the manual so the participants can more effectively use the manual as a reference tool…

67 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course In order to accomplish all the activities in this course, you must schedule players no younger than U-16 to assist (and bring a lot of them)…

68 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Coaches want to get it done – most dont have the skills or stamina to achieve the desired outcome This course again is about analysis, not about whether or not the coaches can play The coaches cant be doing an analysis if they are playing Always give the participants a clear overview of the course objectives…

69 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course TESTS!! There is a pre-test and a post-course test for the Advanced Coach course Give the pre-test right after you give your introductions (surprise them) Post-test given at the end of the course…

70 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Qualities of a Coach Most of the coaches at this level understand what qualities of a coach AYSO considers to be appropriate You should show appreciation that they are experienced coaches but challenge them to use all of their knowledge to keep the game fun (enjoyable)…

71 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Coaching Chemistry – Remind coaches at this level that team chemistry becomes almost as important as team and individual abilities Coaches at this level should and must use all of the knowledge and experiences that they have acquired while also remembering that they will have players that might be below average in ability Remind all in attendance that good coaches can and do communicate at all levels to players of varying abilities…

72 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Principles of Play – The session on Principles of Play must only be a review. You will not have time to teach them in this course Spend no more than 20 minutes and present it prior to the Observation/Evaluations session…

73 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Injury Prevention – Even though this is listed as a lecture, you can take this unit and cover it with the warm-up at the first field session…

74 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Observation and Evaluation (classroom) – This is the session where you will act more like a moderator trying to get opinions on whether or not the diagrams show the principles of play are being observed Part of the learning process for the students will be for some disagreement to occur (all coaches dont see everything the same way) Your role is to guide the group to an understanding of how to observe the principles of play in action…

75 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Observation and Evaluation (on the field) – This session separates the Advanced Coaching Course from any other AYSO coaching course because it places an emphasis on observation and communication…

76 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Observation and Evaluation (on the field) – Divide the coaches into equal groups and ask them to design a player evaluation tool – (30 minutes) Have the coaches now evaluate the players using their groups evaluation tool Ask if everything a U-19 player needs to play the game were evaluated…

77 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Observation and Evaluation (on the field) – Keep the same groups but have each group evaluate one player on only one skill that should be evaluated (play 6v6 with keepers) After a few minutes (long enough to get a good picture of the player being evaluated), give the coaches a moment to organize their thoughts and notes while the players rest…

78 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course NOTE: When teams of youth players are brought in to demonstrate, make sure the players and their coaches are aware of the course procedures and that the evaluation process will be positive but that it is a learning environment for the coaches attending the course…

79 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course NOTE: As the coaches get the idea, start asking for more. Dont allow comments like it was a poor pass to stand alone Ask why was it a poor pass? What technical and/or tactical elements were at fault?...

80 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Observation and Evaluation Check List – Now introduce the checklists that are included in the manual Stress to the coaches how much easier it is to evaluate something if you know what you are looking for…

81 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Observation and Evaluation Check List - There is an observation and evaluation check list for each of the following areas: Ball control Dribbling Passing Shooting (finishing) Shape/Organization Goalkeeping…

82 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Observation and Evaluation Check List – Now give each coach an observation and evaluation check list for one of the skills that requires an evaluation Now have the players play 6v6 with keepers. Ask the coaches what they saw and was it easier when a skill was isolated? Repeat for each skill…

83 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Now you need to fix the problems (on the field) – Use the activities in the manual Make sure the coaches know what you are fixing or attempting to fix…

84 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Fixing the problems – Ball control Dribbling Passing Shooting (finishing) Shape/Organization Goalkeeping…

85 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Restarts and Set Pieces – Be sure to cover all the restarts and include all applicable laws or changes to the laws Dont get stuck doing an hour on the kick-off Coach both attacking and defending the restarts and remember the time you have is limited Stress that a team cannot do tactically what they cannot do technically…

86 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Shooting (finishing) – Make sure that the finishing drills and games that you use are progressive in nature, using build-up to go from simple games to complex Goalkeepers and defenders should be introduced to simulate game conditions Dont hesitate to include the technical and tactical objectives of these last two positions in this process…

87 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Goalkeeping – When addressing goalkeeping, use this time to cover skills and tactics that need to be presented directly from the manual Get trained keepers, if possible, for demonstrations and drills…

88 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Laws of the Game – Consider getting a National or Section Referee to present this portion of the course…

89 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Advanced Coach Course Laws of the Game – must be covered: 17 Laws The Spirit of the Game Philosophy of Referring Remember, you did some laws during Restarts and Set Pieces…

90 Coaches: Our Role in the AYSO Experience

91 Who are the Coaches Customers?

92 Everyone Plays! Customer service is not a department, its an attitude - Unknown

93 AYSO Ambassadors

94 Great Coaching = Great Customer Service Player Development Matters! Why We Play the Game the Way We Do Nurturing New Coaches

95 Great Soccer Starts with Great Communication Youre the Source! Setting the Tone Communicate, Communicate, Communicate! Use Your Tools – Shutterfly Team Site – Team Parent – Division Coordinator, Coach Administrator, Board – Region Website

96 Were AYSO Ambassadors!

97 Advanced Coach Instructor Course Thank you for all you do and thank you for attending this course! Any Questions??


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