Skyline Soccer Assoc.
2370 S Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80222
Grasshoppers and Munchkins
U6 - U18
Advanced Level Director
U9 - U18
Founded as a non-profit within the Stanford University Athletic Department in 1998, Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) is committed to providing all youth and high school athletes a positive, character-building youth sports experience. To that end, PCA has conducted more than 10,000 live group workshops nationwide for more than 675,000 youth and high school sports coaches, parents, student-athletes and school/organizational leaders.
Through workshops and companion online courses, PCA has impacted more than 4.5 million youth. PCA's partnership network includes more than 1,700 youth sports organizations, cities and schools. In 2012, PCA will conduct roughly 1,200 live, group workshops across the U.S., while assisting tens of thousands of other individuals via online courses at www.PositiveCoach.org.
The two-hour session, to be given at Most Precious Blood Church, provides coaches with tools they can use to become Double-Goal Coaches® (coaches who want to both win and develop the character of their players). "The importance of a 'team-first' attitude figures heavily in this workshop, as do messages such as fostering internal motivation and forming a partnership with players," says Ryan Moore, Advanced Level Director of Skyline Soccer Association. "It's a comprehensive session, and coaches will learn tips they can implement in their very next practice," he adds.
"Working with hundreds of youth sports organizations around the United States, we've developed practical tools and guidelines to help youth athletes, their coaches and parents realize that winning is not only reflected in game scores but also in the effort players give, the learning and improvement they achieve, and the ability they develop to bounce back from mistakes," said Jim Thompson, founder and director of Positive Coaching Alliance. "We're excited that Skyline Soccer Association recognizes the tremendous potential sports participation offers for today's youth and is working to realize that potential by emphasizing a positive club culture for their players, coaches, and parents."
The workshop will be given Tuesday, April 2, 7:00p - 9:00, Most Precious Blood Parish Hall, 2225 South Colorado Boulevard. All Skyline Soccer Association coaches are invited and encouraged to attend. The club is sponsoring the workshop, so admission is free. For additional information, please contact Ryan Moore at Ryan@skylinesoccer.org.
Double-Goal Coaches: Coach for Winning Life Lessons
Mandatory for ALL Coaches
Tuesday, April 2nd 7:00p - 9:00p
Most Precious Blood Church
2225 S Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80222
More information about the workshop listedunder the Double-Goal Coaches: Coach For Winning Life Lessons area on this page. Middle column, scroll down.
For information regarding the PCA, please contact Skyline's PCA Coordinator Ryan Moore at Ryan@skylinesoccer.org.