Softball: Fundamentals of Coaching Softball
$ 50.00

The Fundamentals of Coaching Softball course has been developed by the National Federation of State High school Associations (NFHS) in partnership with the Amateur Softball Association (ASA), the National Governing Body for the sport of softball in the United States overseeing slow and fast pitch softball at levels ranging from local recreations leagues to national championships, and with USA Softball, a brand of ASA related specifically to the women and men USA National Teams that compete internationally. Mike Candrea, head coach of the Womens USA National Softball Team who has over 30 years of experience coaching softball, explains the basic skills of throwing and catching, offensive skills, overview of each position's role, team defensive tactics, practice plan development, and additional coaching tips that coaches can use to teach and help improve their softball teams. Additional resources, video demonstrations, and references are also included within this course. Coaches can complete a course immediately and will have up to one year to review and access all printable resources.
                        
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Fundamentals of Coaching and First Aid, Health and Safety for Coaches provide coaches with content from all eight domains contained in the National Standards for Sport Coaches (NASPE 2006). These two courses form the foundation from which all elective courses and sport-specific courses are developed. Core courses should be completed first to give the coach a better understanding of elective and sport-specific courses.
  Fundamentals of Coaching
  First Aid, Health and
 Safety For Coaches
The following Elective Courses are just two of all available courses. You may review all available courses from the Elective Courses menu at the top of the page.
  Engaging Effectively
  With Parents
  Teaching and Modeling
  Behavior