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Top women coaches share keys to coaching success

For immediate release:May 16, 2022 For more information, contact:Mark AllemandMarketing ManagerHuman Kinetics, Inc.MarkA@hkusa.com800-747-4457, ext. 2212 Vanessa FuchsCEOWeCOACHinfo@wecoachsports.org850-728-4875     Print ISBN 978-1-7182-0322-8Price: $27.95 Ebook ISBN 978-1-7182-0323-5Price: $27.95  Top women coaches share keys to coaching successNew book offers inspiration for women to enter the coaching ranks CHAMPAIGN, Ill.—This June marks the 50th anniversary of the passing of Title IX, the federal civil rights law that gave women equal opportunity to play and opened the door for women’s sports to take root and grow in America. Coinciding with this historic celebration is the release of Winning Ways of Women Coaches, a new...

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Welcome to an exclusive group of coaches!

We commend you for your commitment to coaching, your willingness to learn and improve, and your desire to provide the most positive sport experience possible for the athletes you coach. By successfully completing your course, your name is listed in the National Coaches Registry, an online listing of coaches. Administrators use this online resource to verify coaches’ course completion, so it’s beneficial to both you and them that your name appears in the registry. To document your achievement, you can print a course completion certificate from the website. You can also email your course transcript to anyone who may need...

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Discontinuation of offline testing for scholastic instructors

Dear Human Kinetics Coach Education Scholastic Instructor, Human Kinetics Coach Education introduced online courses and testing nearly 20 years ago. The use of Coaching Principles and Sport First Aid paper-pencil tests has steadily decreased since that time. Instructors and students have embraced the benefits of online testing, including a better user experience, less instructor involvement, fewer data entry errors, and instantaneous scoring, feedback, and reporting. The majority of scholastic instructors already have their coaches test online*. Because so few users now use paper-pencil testing, it is no longer a viable option. As such, Human Kinetics Coach Education will be eliminating...

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Discontinuation of offline testing for higher education instructors

Dear Human Kinetics Coach Education Higher Education Instructor, Human Kinetics Coach Education introduced online courses and testing nearly 20 years ago. The use of Coaching Principles and Sport First Aid paper-pencil tests has steadily decreased since that time. Instructors and students have embraced the benefits of online testing, including a better user experience, less instructor involvement, fewer data entry errors, and instantaneous scoring, feedback, and reporting. The majority of higher education instructors exclusively test online. Because so few users now use paper-pencil testing, it is no longer a viable option, and Human Kinetics Coach Education will no longer accept paper-pencil tests...

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USOPC updates its blueprint for quality coaching

The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) sets high standards for all Team USA coaches, and strives to support them in fulfilling their important and challenging roles. To that end, the USOPC has refreshed its criterion of core values and best principles to guide and align collective coaching practices in the U.S. The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee Quality Coaching Framework 2020 (USOPC QCF) is an essential resource that describes, but doesn’t not prescribe, how to coach most effectively. Spearheading the development of the USOPC QCF 2020 were lead author and world-renowned expert Dr. Wade Gilbert along with executive...

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