2015 CXC/Wayne Fish Coaches Certification and Conference

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October 23-25, 2015
Lakewoods Resort, Cable WI

This year’s CXC Coaches Conference will be focused on CXC/USSA Level 100 and Level 200 Coaches Certification. Coaches will be able to complete full certification during the weekend and receive certification license.

SCHEDULE AND DETAILS:

REGISTRATION FEE

$195.00 – Level 100 Certification and Conference

$240.00 – Level 200 Certification and Conference

$155.00 – Conference only

OPTIONAL

$40.00 – Chairman’s Awards Dinner

This award program brings awareness to those individuals that contribute time, effort, leadership and mentorship to others. On Saturday, October, 24, 2015 the Central Cross Country Ski Association will present the following awards to individuals in our community.

– John Hugus Leadership Award
– Igor Badamshin Coach of the Year Award
– Wayne Fish Volunteer of the Year Award

Certification and Conference Includes

2015/16 CXC/USSA Certified Coach Membership
– USSA Level 100 or 200 Cross Country Coaches Education Manual
– Technique Video Files
CXC Academy Subscription

Conference Includes

CXC/USSA Club Volunteer Membership
CXC Academy Subscription


LEVEL 100 CERTIFICATION is recommended for coaches working with all ages and levels of cross country skiing, from youth to adult and introductory level to world class. It is designed for the coach to learn the fundamentals for effective coaching in cross country skiing and to demonstrate basic knowledge in these areas.

LEVEL 200 CERTIFICATION focuses primarily on physiology and training methods for developing cross country skiers, while giving coaches more tools to teach effectively and to prepare their athletes for competition. The Level 200 education track consists of a coaching manual with contributions from over fifteen different authors who are experts in the various domains of the course. The manual also covers the coaching principles content that previously was delivered through the American Sport Education Program (ASEP), ultimately saving USSA coaches money while working toward their Level 200 certification. The new Level 200 is delivered through in person clinics by certain regional governing bodies, this is the recommended method for the certification. For those coaches who do not have an in person clinic in their area, the content can be studied online.


Yuriy-Gusev

Yuriy Gusev, CXC Athletic Director

For further information or details on the CXC Coaches Conference & Certification please feel free to contact Yuriy Gusev yuriy.gusev@cxcskiing.org

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