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C.A.L. College Advisory License (A)

 

Overview The C.A.L. (A) Course will teach the NCAAA core standards of college advisement for high school student athletes.  Most appropriate for coaches working with ages 14-18. Coaches will understand how to best advise student-athletes on the academic and athletic college search and selection transition process.  We will also teach the different roles that the coach should take during this critical time period for these student-athletes. Best practices will be learned and many current myths will be debunked.

 

This is an interactive and multi-media workshop for coaches.  During the training, coaches will work in small groups and individually. It is an expectation that coaches are active during the workshop and enjoy their learning experience.

 

How to best prepare; Review the current information on NCAA and NAIA recruiting guidelines. Coaches should also read up on the college admission process and current high school graduation standards in their state.

 

 

 

 

C.A.L. College Advisory License (B)

 

Overview The C.A.L. (B) Course will teach the NCAAA core standards of college advisement for youth player to prepare them for high school student athletics and academics.  Most appropriate for coaches working with ages 11-13.  Coaches will understand the academic requirements of high school students for their states. They will also get a general understanding of the current NCAA and NAIA rules and regulations for recruiting. Coaches will be able to understand the basic academic and athletic philosophy needed when looking at the college search and selection process. The focus of this workshop will be to allow coaches to give students the proper foundation for high school success as student-athlete which will help their college transition in later years.

 

This is an interactive and multi-media workshop for coaches.  During the training, coaches will work in small groups and individually. It is an expectation that coaches are active during the workshop and enjoy their learning experience.

 

How to best prepare; Review the current information on NCAA and NAIA recruiting guidelines. Coaches should also read up on the college admission process and current high school graduation standards in their state.