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The Coerver® Youth Diploma 1 focuses on giving attendees a greater understanding of how to plan and deliver more effective coaching sessions. This will be made possible by learning the Coerver® Session Planner, providing a quick and easy solution to planning weekly, monthly or season long programmes.
The Youth Diploma 1 is split over 4 modules, each with a theory & practical.
The Coerver® Approach to Coaching (Theory)
Session Planner Warm Up & Speed (Practical)
The Coerver® Curriculum (Theory)
Session Planner - Moves 1v1 &2v2 (Practical)
Coerver® Season Session Planning (Theory)
Session Planner – Group Play & SSG (Practical)
Coerver® Tips to Be a Better Coach (Theory)
A Model Coerver® Session (Practical)
Dates: Saturday 12 & Sunday 13 Nov 2016 Venue: Livingston FC, Almondvale Stadium Alderstone Road, Livingston EH54 7DN
Times: 9:30am to 4:00pm (both days)
The Coerver® Coaching Youth Diploma 2 course expands on the knowledge gained from the Youth Diploma 1 course with a focus on how to develop a team style through individual and small group skills teaching both in and out of possession.
The Youth Diploma 2 is split over 4 modules, each with a theory & practical.
The Coerver® Approach to Team Play (Theory)
Developing the Coerver Player (Practical)
Coerver® Team Code - Defence (Theory)
The Box Trap - Defence (Practical)
Coerver® Team Code -Attack (Theory)
The Box Tap - Attack (Practical)
Benefits of Coerver® Team Style (Theory)
The Box Tap - Attack – Finishing (Practical)
Dates: Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 Dec 2016 Venue: Rangers FC Murray Park Training Centre Auchenhowie Road, Milngavie, G62 6EJ
Times: 9:30am to 4:00pm (both days)
Whether you’re on the court or in the field, team spirit is a crucial part of your team’s success. Team spirit can bring a team together. It can also aid in bringing the team closer together. There are hundreds of ways for a team to build team spirit. From custom props to intangible expressions from the heart, your team will appreciate your efforts in creating team spirit that abounds.
Here are five ways to express team spirit.
Gifts to Remind
One of the best ways to bring about team spirit is to get your team a gift that will remind them of team goals and working together. There are various gifts that can be given that are perfect for creating team spirit.
Get your team custom t-shirts made with the team name and in your team colors. Let your team wear them in other places outside of the game. Your team will appreciate the gesture and will also have a sense of being a part of a team with their matching t-shirts.
Custom Zipper pulls
This is a unique gift for all members of your team. These custom zipper pulls for team players allow you to customize them with a photo of your choice. You can also add text and color to customize to match your team spirit! Get your team a special gift to wear on their sport jacket or gym bag. This is the perfect custom gift for everyone on your team.
Have everyone get together and take a group photo. Make everyone a copy and place in a special frame. This will remind your team members what it is like to be in a team.
Pep-Talk Them Up
You can give your team instant team spirit by giving them a pep talk not just during the game but before and after. Make an effort to pep them up as you see the team members in daily life as well as before the game. You can also pep them back up after a loss on the field or court. Let them know you are proud no matter what happens. Win or lose, allow them to understand that acting as a team is successful on its own.
Praise, Praise, Praise
There’s nothing better than complimenting your team. Take a few minutes to go through each team player and list things they are great at. Have the team do the same and create a board to place in the locker room. Whenever your team members see it, they will be instantly reminded of the amazing team they are on. You can also go around the room and let them all speak about the amazing job they do on the field. Let them lead the conversation.
Have a Pep Rally
A not so old tradition, the pep rally, is still a great way to show team spirit today. Gather your team members together to have an old fashioned pep rally for all to see. Let them give speeches and show off their skills whether inside or outside. Gather together the cheerleaders, the team and the coaches and have some fun. For added fun, let your team dress in all of their team colors from the top of their head to their feet. Get everyone involved!
Set Proper Goals
Perhaps the best way to raise team spirit is through the reaching of team goals. Set reasonable goals for your team that they can meet with a little effort. Once they are met, set more goals that coincide with them. These goals will contribute to the team’s sense of wellbeing and overall attitude about the game. Make sure these goals are communicated to the players as well.
It’s simple to show team spirit, however, it can be challenging to create it. With these five ways to evoke team spirit, it will be simple to zip right into. Let your team rise to the occasion and shine by giving them a token of the team, an amazing pep talk and proper goals to meet.
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Got, got, need! The timeless words of football sticker collectors swapping doubles in the playground. Scottish, English, the Euros, the World Cup. Every season, every competition, you just couldn't wait for those packets to hit the shelves. Appearing in the albums yourself was a pipe dream, however thanks to one Scottish company that dream could come true for young players across Scotland.
words & pictures, a photography company from South Queensferry, has invented 'W&P Stickers™'. It gives youth clubs the chance to have their own album, to be filled with stickers from packets featuring players across the age groups. There is no start up cost to the club and every packet that is sold results in a donation being made - so it's great fun but also great for funds. Not only that, but it's the perfect tool to help players from across the age groups get to know one another, a key part of many community clubs' ethos.
The first club to sign up is local outfit, Kirkliston and South Queensferry FC. Club chairperson Kate Richardson said: "We are delighted to be celebrating our 25th anniversary by being the first grassroots club in the UK to commission a Collectors Album featuring W&P Stickers™. This terrific souvenir will remind our players, coaches, parents and supporters, of their time with the club and will be something we're sure they will treasure. We hope that we will see some of our players in professional teams in the future and we will be proud to know that they started with KSQ. Our thanks go to the entire team at Words & Pictures who have produced the album for us."
Also signed up are Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts. Would your club like to be next? Fill out the form below and we'll be in touch with more information.