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Online Coaching Courses & 6-9 Sport Clinic

NYS Accredited Online Coaching Courses

According to the mandates of the state education department, teachers who are not certified in the area of physical education are required to complete Theory & Techniques of Coaching and Health Sciences Applied to Coaching within 3 years of his/ her employment as a coach a the secondary level. Philosophy, Principles and Organization of Athletics in Education must be completed within the first 2 years of employment as a coach. For information regarding your coaching certification please see the links below.

NYS Guidelines for Coaching Requirements

NYS Coaching Certification Process

INSTRUCTIONS—ONLINE COACHING APPLICATION
TEMPORARY COACHING LICENSE
PROFESSIONAL COACHING CERTIFICATE

First Aid and CPR Approved Course Lists


PLEASE NOTE: Registration for a coaching course must be received within the 1st 3 days of the start of class in order to participate. Due to the 45 hours of course work, week specific assignments, on-going and developing "conversations" on the discussion board with colleagues and the instructor, as well as other stringent NYS mandated requirements and parameters for an online coaching course, no exceptions can be made.

**Discounts do not apply for coaching courses.**

Groups Reserving Courses 
Groups interested in reserving a course and month in which to take any LILIE online coaching course are welcome to contact LILIE to find out further information. Contact us via email at kristina@lilieonline.com or call 631 696-LILIE.

To register for courses, please click here.



The Theory & Techniques of Coaching

Instructor: Paul Pedersen

Objective:
This course will delve into the theories and techniques associated with coaching athletics at the secondary level. Topics will include the history of high school athletics in New York state, state and local regulations and procedures, planning, scouting, strategies, safety, officials and guidelines for working with them, the preseason, season and postseason, management, motivation, and instruction on various secondary level sports.

Theory & Techniques Course with Sport Specific Clinic
For questions regarding enrollment of sports specific sections 6-9, contact coachpedersen@lilieonline.com.

You may complete the portion of the Sport Specific Clinic in conjunction with the Theory and Techniques course only if the sports which you are seeking the Sport Specific Clinic Certificate is in session during that Theory course. Please see the list below, detailing the  sports and what seasons they are run.

Go to the following link for dates from our catalog:

September 2017-September 2018 ONLINE Course Catalog (page 16)


Sport Specific 6-9 Clinic for Certificate ONLY*

(*Not offered in conjunction with Theory Course, but a stand alone online clinic for those seeking Sport Specific certificate and having already completed Theory & Techniques)

The Sports Specific 6-9 course is offered for those coaches who have already taken the course Theory and Techniques of Coaching for 30 hours/ 2 credits or 45 hours/3 hour credits, but need certification in a specific sport in order to coach or continue to coach that sport. You will need to take the Sports Specific Course when the sport is in season. The reason is according to the NYSED syllabus for 6-9, you must complete a brief internship of the sport in which you make direct observations of the sports and practices in progress. The Sports Specific is offered in the fall, winter, and spring in order to compliment the various sports in season. The coach has approximately five years from which he or she begins coaching the sports, to complete the section 6-9 Sports Specific in that sport.

To register for only the Sport Specific Clinic that you need, please register online on our homepage and choose the correct season for your sport.

SEASON #1
Sept. & Oct. (High School Fall)

Theory and Techniques is offered in September and October with the 6-9 Sport Specific Clinic for the following sports:
• B/G Cross Country
• Field Hockey
• Football
• Boys Golf
• Girls Gymnastics
• B/G Soccer
• G Swimming
• G Tennis
• B/G Volleyball

Sept. & Oct. (Modified Fall Sports Schedule)
Theory and Techniques is offered in September and October with the 6-9 Sport Specific Clinic for the following modified sports:
• Cross Country
• Field Hockey
• Football
• B/G Soccer
• Girls Tennis

SEASON #2
December & January (High School Winter)

Theory and Techniques is offered in December and January with the 6-9 Sport Specific Clinic for the following sports:
• B/G Basketball
• B/G Bowling
• B/G Fencing
• B swimming
• B/G Winter Track
• Wrestling

January (Modified Early Winter)
Theory and Techniques is offered in December and January with the 6-9 Sport Specific Clinic for the following modified sports
• Boys Basketball
• Girls Volleyball 

SEASON #3
March & April (High School Spring)

Theory and Techniques is offered in March & April with the 6-9 Sport Specific Clinic for the following sports:
• B/G Badminton
• Baseball
• B/G Golf
• B/G Lacrosse
• Softball
• Boys Tennis
• B/G Track

March (Modified Late Winter)
Theory and Techniques is offered in March with the 6-9 Sport Specific Clinic for the following modified sports
• Girls Basketball
• Boys Volleyball
• Wrestling

April (Modified Spring)
Theory and Techniques is offered in April with the 6-9 Sport Specific Clinic for the following modified sports
• Baseball
• Gymnastics
• B/G Lacrosse
• Softball
• Swimming
• Boys Tennis
• B/G Track

For questions regarding enrollment of sports specific sections 6-9, contact coachpedersen@lilieonline.com

Please register online for the Theory & Techniques Coaching Course, SPORT SPECIFIC (your chosen season)

PDF NEW YORK STATE Theory and Techniques of Coaching Sessions 6-9 Syllabus

In order to receive your certificate of completion for the course, you must successfully complete the sports specific clinic, sessions 6-9 research component. You may choose up to two sports to research while in this course. Those sports will be listed on your Theory and Techniques certificate. If you complete only one sports specific research component, only ONE will be listed on your certificate. If you need certification in more than two sports, you will have to repeat sessions 6-9 at a later date and for an additional fee. It is possible to complete the sports specific clinic at a future date after the close of the course. Certificates will be delayed in the event that a sport is not as season while in this course. Your instructor will answer any question pertaining to the sports specific clinic, LILIE LLC policies as well as NYSED policies.


Health Sciences Applied to Coaching

Instructor: Paul Pedersen

Objective:
The course is a series of interactive exercises and activities designed to study Health Sciences as they apply to coaching sports. Through these activities, exercises and health application to coaching topics, participants will gain information, organize it for professional and personal use, and apply it to their particular programs. Health Sciences as applied to coaching will also help define: selected principles of biology, anatomy, physiology, kinesiology related to coaching; risk minimization; mixed competition; NYSED selection and classification of athletes; age and maturity of athletes. The course is divided into three parts: philosophy, physiology, and psychology, fitness, conditioning, sport specific training, nutrition, weight management and current and ongoing health issues and administrative procedures.

Go to the following link for dates from our catalog:

September 2017-September 2018 ONLINE Course Catalog (page 16)


The Philosophy, Principles, and Organization of Athletics in Education

Instructor: Matteo De Vincenzo

Objective:
This coaching course will evaluate the goals of athletic programs in New York State, the philosophy of athletics and the role of interscholastic athletics in education. In addition, this course will focus on the regulations and procedures set by national, state, and local Governments, and explore the legal and moral responsibility of coaching. Specific topics include: the coaches responsibility to players, spectators, and student athletes, team discipline and supervision, sportsmanship, motivational techniques, coaching methodology, coaching concerns, evaluations, the business aspects of coaching, and challenges for the modern day athlete.

Go to the following link for additional information and dates from our catalog:

September 2017-September 2018 ONLINE Course Catalog (page 16)

For more information regarding SED COACHING regulations please visit:
http://www.sectionxi.org/donna/coachingreq.htm
http://ociaa.ouboces.org/COACH%20REQUIREMENTS.html

For a list of SED approved agencies in both coaching course work and CPR/AED/FA please visit:
www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/pe/documents/firstaidcpr.doc
http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/pe/pecoaching.html

Questions regarding coaching courses? Email kristina@lilieonline.com