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Coaching Information

2014:
Coaching clinic information is now available here: https://bcla.centraldesktop.com/bcla/doc/2099769/w-Coachesboxclinics




2013 Team Management Handbook: http://www.ndml.ca/files/2013_team_management_handbook.pdf


The Minimum Standards for Box Lacrosse Coaches are defined by Canadian Lacrosse Association (see CLA Form 100b here).

There are 3 coaching levels that apply to minor lacrosse:

Community Initiation (http://www.lacrosse.ca/default.aspx?cid=255&lang=1).
Community Development/Level 1 (http://www.lacrosse.ca/default.aspx?cid=256&lang=1).
Competitive Introduction/Level 2 ( http://www.lacrosse.ca/default.aspx?cid=264&lang=1). This level is only needed for the Head Coach at Bantam and Midget.

 More information on the Coaching Development Program is on the CLA website (http://www.lacrosse.ca/default.aspx?cid=290&lang=1).

 The following is a summary of the requirements for each division:

 MiniTyke/Tyke
Assistant Coach – Community Initiation
Head Coach – Community Initiation

 Novice and PeeWee
Assistant Coach – Community Development/Level 1
Head Coach – Community Development/Level 1

 Bantam and Midget
Assistant Coach - Community Development/Level 1
Head Coach – Competitive Introduction/Level 2

 Within the levels, there are several stages:
“In-Training” indicates the coach has attended a clinic.
“Trained” indicates a coach has attended the clinic and has successfully completed the evaluation workbook.
“Certified” indicates a coach has attended the clinic, successfully completed the evaluation workbook and all external evaluations associated with the coaching stream in question.

Coaches in their first year can be “In Training”. A coach in second year must be “Trained”.

The 2013 coaching clinic schedule to be determined.


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