US Soccer National C License Course Information The overall Objective of the C License is to enable candidates to acquire or future develop the basic core competencies (knowledge, skill, attitude and personal traits) necessary to work as a coach in a developmental and/or competitive 11v11 (Youth/Senior) environment.
National C License An individual must have held the D License for 12 months to register for the C License. Designed to focus on core coaching competencies for those leading competitive youth soccer, the C course takes 130 or more hours and consists of two meetings separated by a development period, usually lasting two to three months.
The C License costs between $1,000 – $2,000. B License Course. This four-to-five month course stresses player and team development.
The Coaching License Pathway consists of a series of courses designed to meet the specific needs of a coach at every step of the way. U.S. Soccer believes education is a journey, and our goal is ...
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USSF National D & National C Licenses. North Texas Soccer offers National D Courses and National C Courses in a blended format in order to provide a preeminent educational experience while exercising caution during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each course includes a series of virtual meetings and in-person field sessions.
Canada Soccer C Licence. Coaching Stream: Licensing Stream. Course Duration: The C Licence program entails a minimum of 12 months and a maximum of 18 months of work. This includes the following: 4-day, in-person workshop; Course work; Demonstration of competency
To be accepted into the Canada Soccer C Licence, you must be 16 years or older, a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident. Cost: $495 +GST (course fee only) Overview: The content of the Canada Soccer C Licence will be delivered live online by our Manager of Coach Education, Matt Thomas, and the Alberta Soccer Coach Developer Team.
Applicants for a B license must be at least 18 years of age and "C" license held for a minimum of 12 months, unless granted a waiver due to coaching/playing experience or comparable licensing by another country. Applicants for an A license must be 21 years of age, and have held a "B" license certification for a minimum of one year. Absolutely no waivers will be considered for entrance into the course, per the USYSA.