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Volunteer Training and Coach, Referee & Management Supercamps:
Section 3, Area T

Coach, Referee & Management Super Camp - September 5-7, 2014
Note that some courses were cancelled and do no longer show here.
Location: Hosted by Armonk Region 204 at the H.C. Crittenden Middle School, 10 MacDonald Avenue, Armonk, NY 10504
FROM SOUTH: 684 N Take exit 3S to merge onto NY 22 S/Armonk Bedford Rd, turn right onto Maple Ave, turn 1st right onto Bedford Rd and turn left onto MacDonald Ave. FROM NORTH: Take 684 South to exit 3 for NY 22 S to merge onto NY 22 S/Armonk Bedford Rd, turn right onto Maple Ave, turn 1st right onto Bedford Rd and turn left onto MacDonald Ave.

Friday, September 5: AYSO's Safe Haven #201404143; 7:30 to 10pm (recommended for all volunteers and required for all coaches and assistants coaching in Area 3/T Primary (Core) and Extra Inter-regional games).
- Coach Administrator and eAYSO Training #201404144; 7:45 to 9:45pm.
- RC & Regional Board Members Orientation, #201404815; 7 to 10pm. For new RCs and Board members, to ensure they understand their duties and responsibilities individually and as a team. Prerequisite is AYSO's Safe Haven. Bring a copy or download on your laptop the handout plus your specific job manual in pdf from AYSOtraining.org, for which you need your AYSO ID number.

Saturday, September 6: Under Age 6 Coach #201404146; 9:30am to noon. Six U6 players* are welcome to attend field clinic session from approximately 10:45 am to 11:30.
- Under Age 8 Coach #201404147; 9am to noon. Eight U8 players* are welcome to attend field clinic session from approximately 10:15 am to 11:30.
- Under Age 10 Coach #201404148; 1pm to 5:30pm. Attending coaches or their regions collectively are required to arrange for ten U10 team players* for the approximately 3pm to 5pm field clinic session.
- Under Age 12 Coach #201404150; 12:30pm to 6pm. Attending coaches or their regions collectively are required to arrange for twelve U12 team players* for the approximately 3pm to 5:30pm field clinic session.
- Under Age 14/Intermediate Coach #201404151; 8:45am to 6pm; Continues on Sunday. Lunch provided both days. Prerequisites required to attend: Completed U12 Coach & AYSO's Safe Haven or Safe Haven Coach course. Attending coaches or their regions collectively are required to arrange for a minimum of 14 U14 team players for the following clinic sessions. The first coaches to Andy Hongell in advance with the number of their players that will attend the field clinic sessions will get the available spots. Course will be canceled if we don't have the minimum number of team players needed for all field clinic sessions by September 2. Players may participate in more than one group session.
Group 1 Players On Field Clinic Session: Saturday 2-4pm
Group 2 Players On Field Clinic Session: Saturday 4-6pm
Group 3 Players On Field Clinic Session: Sunday 9am-12:30pm
Group 4 Players On Field Clinic Session: Sunday 1:30-4:30pm
- Basic Referee #201404212; 8:30am to 4:30pm. Bring proof of completion of Safe Haven (online) course. Lunch provided.
- Basic Referee Online Companion #201404214; 8:30am to 12:30pm. Bring proof of Safe Haven completion AND the online Basic Referee course. No lunch provided.

Sunday, September 7: Under Age 14/Intermediate Coaching - continued from Saturday; 9am to 6pm. A minimum of 14 U14 team players are required for all field clinic sessions. Players may participate in more than one group session.
Group 3 Players On Field Clinic Session: Sunday 9am-12:30pm
Group 4 Players On Field Clinic Session: Sunday 1:30-4:30pm

* The first coaches to contact Andy Hongell, 914-552-7609 (Area 3T Coach Administrator), in advance to register their players who plan to attend the field clinic session(s) will get the available spots. Players may attend the classroom portion of the course with their coaches.
- Area 3T Referee Administrator Kevin Kaye, 914-525-5900.
- 3/T/220 Regional Management Administrator Jordan Becker, 914-524-9624.


Area 3/T Coach Super Camp Requirements and Information
1. To minimize course check-in delays, it is extremely important to get all volunteers signed up in advance in eAYSO so we can insure we have enough space and course supplies for them. Your volunteers should sign up now for the courses in eAYSO.org using MyeAYSO, enroll to take a class and Course Signup using the course roster numbers above after completing and submitting their eAYSO Profile and Volunteer Application if they have not already done so. Otherwise, Coach Administrators must sign them up using eAYSO Lookup -> Course -> Course Signup. If a volunteer does not have an eAYSO application or registered record, the volunteer cannot be signed up for a course until he or she submits an application in eAYSO.
2. Please make sure your coaches understand that to earn credit for a course, they must plan to arrive 15 minutes early to find parking, check-in for their course at the main entrance, get to the classroom on time, attend the entire course and pass a test with at least 70% correct answers at the end of each course. No exceptions. Those arriving late and/or leaving early are welcome to stay, participate and get whatever they can for the time they do attend, but not course credit.
3. Safe Haven Coach or the new "AYSO's Safe Haven" course and age appropriate coach training courses are required by AYSO for all head coaches and assistant coaches. "AYSO's Safe Haven" has been completely revised to address current topics such as bullying, concussions and more. It is recommended as an update for all coaches who attended the old Safe Haven Coach course.
4. Age appropriate coach training for all U6, U8, U10 U12 and U14 head coaches and assistant coaches is mandated by the AYSO National Board of Directors. U16-U19/Advanced Coach training is mandated for the 2015 fall season.
5. The U6 up through U12 Coach Courses and manuals were completely revised in late spring 2013 and now include a whole season's worth of training sessions among other changes. Coaches who took the old courses are encouraged to attend the new courses which are far better and will improve their coaching skills, knowledge and experience.
6. Courses except AYSO's Safe Haven and Coach Administrator Training include clinic fieldwork. Coaches should dress like a coach, wear a coach shirt if they have one and bring pen and notepad. They and their team player(s) should bring an appropriate size soccer ball (#5 for coaches), shin guards, turf shoes or cleats, dry gym shoes with clean soles in case we have to use the school gym, water, sun protection, and big smiles.
7. The success of AYSO Coaching courses is dependent on having the minimum numbers of players required at the indicated clinic session times listed for each course above. Attending coaches as a group or their regions collectively must arrange for the minimum number of team players listed for each of the course clinic sessions above and register them by September 2 with Andy Hongell or course must be cancelled.
8. Saturday lunches will be provided on site only for coaches, players and instructors staying for courses through lunch time.
9. Please check this page (www.aysoarea3t.org/training.html) for updates and any revisions or corrections.


Volunteer training is being conducted contineously and at every level:
Regional level: see local calendar and eAYSO ([Signup][Course])
Area level: Supercamps and eAYSO ([Signup][Course])
Section level: Section 3 Expo, March 7-9, Southbury, CT; and eAYSO ([Signup][Course])
National level: RC, AD and SD training; NAGM, AYSOtraining.org, on-line Training (for which you need your AYSO ID number; ask your RC), Webinars, Self Paced Training, Coach Training Matrix and Course Catalog.
On AYSOtraining.org you will find AYSO Manual Downloads for all functions for all Volunteers in pdf format (except the new 2013 U6, U8, U10 and U12 coaching manuals, which can currently only be obtained trough the AYSO Supply Center).

Area 3T Super Camp