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NSCAA Goalkeeping level I & II Diploma - in the Issaquah Area

The Issaquah Soccer Club is hosting a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Goalkeeping level I & II Diploma in the Issaquah Area on December 3rd & 4th.

All interested soccer coaches are invited to attend.

To register {sign-up} or obtain more information about these clinics, use the links below:

NSCAA Goalkeeping level I-> (12/03/11):

NSCAA Goalkeeping level II-> (12/04/11):

It is suggested that the candidates take both courses in tandem.

Course Description:

NSCAA Goalkeeping level I Diploma.
The overall objective of the Goalkeeping Level I Diploma is to explore some of the myths and mystiques surrounding the goalkeeping function. The six-hour course is directed towards the team coach - not the specialist goalkeeper coach. The object is to empower the coach with knowledge and practice methods that will enable the coach to evaluate a goalkeeper in game situations and then design an appropriate practice program for goalkeepers in and outside of team practices. The course includes lecture (theory) and field (practical) sessions
December 3rd. Cost is $45

NSCAA Goalkeeping level II Diploma
The overall objective of the Goalkeeping Level II Diploma is to create an optimal learning environment for this specialized position. The 12-hour course is geared towards the specialist goalkeeping coach and the team coach looking for in-depth information surrounding the coaching of goalkeepers. The course includes both lecture (theory) and field (practical) sessions. An NSCAA Goalkeeping Level I Diploma is a prerequisite for this course.
December 4th.