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OSA Coach Courses at NW!

Posted by Nor'West Admin at Jan 10, 15 9:27PM PST
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We are hosting OSA Coaching Courses this year and want to encourage all our coaches to join us at them!
You can take them all or take just the ones that you’re interested in at the moment!

Registration is open online.

LTPD Coaching Courses

The Canadian Soccer Association’s NCCP workshops will give you the confidence to succeed as you enter the ranks of certified coaches in Ontario. Each level features education on age-appropriate coaching for each level of play. These courses are recommended for our House League coaches and are required for our Competitive Coaches

www.norwestsoccer.com/clubs/936/pages/36788

Contact admin@norwestsoccer.com with inquires or visit during our posted office hours.

Active Start (U4-U5) – $57. March 30 or April 9, 2015. 6-10PM.
Wilfrid Jury P.S. Includes pizza diner!
NW Coaches will have a $30 credit applied to their Family Profile upon completion.
Designed for the first time coach.
Focused on engaging children in “soccer play” and teaching basic physical literacy.
You’ll learn
How to run a practice session that is fun, safe and keeps children actively engaged.
How to communicate to this specific age group.
You’ll leave with a basic toolkit including 12 practice plans.
Course description: 3 1/2 hours.The learning environment features interactive discussions in the classroom and practicing age-appropriate drills on the field or in the gym. Your facilitator will discuss elements like parent management and guidance on all safety requirements.

FUNdamentals (U6-U8 Girls, U6-U9 Boys) $115. March 28 or April 11, 2015. 9-5.
Stoney Creek P.S. Includes coffee/water through-out
NW Coaches will have a $50 credit applied to their Family Profile upon completion.
A follow-up to the Active Start course.
You’ll learn
How to develop the ABCs of movement: Agility, Balance, Coordination and speed.
How to run a practice session that is fun, safe and keeps children actively engaged.
How to explain the FUNdamentals of a game in a way that children can understand.
How to communicate to this specific age group.
You will be provided with effective practice plans that will make preparing for the season easier and will help you make a difference with your team.
Course description: 7-hours. An interactive workshop led by an expert facilitator with years of experience coaching soccer. You’ll spend time in the classroom and on the field practicing drills.
There are vibrant deliberations regarding parent management and guidance on all safety requirements.

Learn to Train (U9-U11 Girls, U10-U12 Boys) $225. Feb. 21 & 22 2015. 9-5,
Stoney Creek PS, includes coffee/water through-out. BYOLunches!
NW Coaches will have a $100 credit applied to their Family Profile upon completion.
The emphasis of this course is on technical and tactical development within a small sided game environment (6v6, 7v7, 8v8).
You’ll learn
How to teach basic principles of play
How to establish training ethics and discipline in a fun and challenging environment.
How to communicate to this specific age group.
This is a key time to train speed, flexibility and skills and understand your role in developing these skills.
Course description: 14-hours. A interactive workshop led by an expert facilitator with years of experience coaching soccer. You’ll spend time in the classroom and on the field practicing drills.There are vibrant deliberations regarding parent management and guidance on all safety requirements.

Soccer for Life (12+ Girls, 13+ Boys) $225. Jan. 17 & 18. 9-5
Stoney Creek PS. Includes coffee/water through-out, BYOLunches.
NW Coaches will have a $100 credit applied to their Family Profile upon completion.
The emphasis of this course is on technical and tactical development within the 11-a-side game environment.
You’ll learn
How to plan and deliver effective, enjoyable, age-appropriate practices and how to provide feedback
to your players.
How to be able to better understand the role of the coach, and the developmental stage of the players you are coaching.
How to provide a safe practice/game environment for your players.
Course description: 14-hours. An interactive workshop led by an expert facilitator with years of experience coaching soccer. You’ll spend time in the classroom and on the field practicing drills. There are vibrant deliberations regarding parent management and guidance on all safety requirements.

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Nor’West Soccer is challenging their membership to post a video of their ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, while wearing a Nor’West shirt, on our FB page or to our Twitter account
You can also email them to: admin@norwestsoccer.com.

We’ll make a donation of $25 to ALS Canada for each video we get (to a maximum of $1000).

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Nor’West Soccer is proud to have two coaches, Annette Darby and Jennifer Jaquith attend, the last of four FIFA “Live Your Goals” events in Canada, as part of the lead-up to the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014, will take place Friday, August 1 at Esther Shiner Stadium in Toronto.

FIFA’s “Live Your Goals” campaign is one of the organization’s most recognized initiatives in women’s soccer. The campaign features female players around the world who are living their dreams by playing and competing in soccer.

Linked to the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014, the “Live Your Goals” festivals target young girls across Canada and involves clubs, schools and soccer communities.
Hosted and run by the Ontario Soccer Association’s Grassroots department and the OSA’s Female Mentorship Program, in conjunction with the Canadian Soccer Association and FIFA, Friday’s event will have a variety of activities.

Participating girls will have a chance to play small-sided soccer games, meet Canadian soccer stars Josée Belanger and Melanie Booth, take part in skills challenges and have a closer look at the Trophy of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup. Kara Lang, official ambassador for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, will also be in attendance to meet with fans.

Montréal (Laval), Moncton and Edmonton have already hosted “Live Your Goals” events and several other FIFA member associations have been involved with the program including Moldova, Estonia, Costa Rica and Paraguay.
Today there are 29 million women and girls playing soccer worldwide. And there are 125,000 girls under the age of 20 playing soccer in Ontario. Participants in Friday’s event hail from the Toronto Soccer Association, the North York Soccer Association and the Scarborough Soccer Association.
Details

Date: Friday, August 1, 2014 – 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: Esther Shiner Stadium
Address: 5720 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON

For more information contact:
Stephanie Geosits | Director of Marketing and Communications |sgeosits@soccer.on.ca

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The Nor’West Optimist Soccer Club believes that all players have potential. We, as a club, strongly believe in the LTPD (Long Term Player Development) pathway.
Using a holistic approach to develop young athletes within the game we love – from Active Start to Soccer For Life – Nor’West Soccer aims to provide a clear pathway for players, coaches and officials.
New this season; The NW Grassroots Development Program for boys and girls under 7 to under 10. This program is designed to supplement our existing House League program. The NW Grassroots Development builds the total player and prepares them to meet their more competitive soccer goals.

Registration online.

We are committed to a player centered approach to the game we love.
http://www.norwestsoccer.com/leagues/5156

Active Start!

Posted by Nor'West Optimist Soccer Club - House League at Aug 16, 13 9:04AM PDT
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Coach Sarah and some of her Saturday morning posse!