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Coaching Clinics

This page allows WFCA members to post information regarding coaching clinics they or their schools will conduct. It is open only to school groups and WFCA members. To request your clinic be added to this page, contact Dan Brunner.
 

WFCA Coaches Clinic

March 27, 28, 29, 2014 - The Marriott Madison West - Middleton, Wisconsin

Online sign-up for membership and clinic registration is outlined below. The WFCA Clinic Brochure will soon be added below and will include a printable registration form.

This year's WFCA Clinic line-up is still being finalized, but we can tell you that we have anexciting new format for Friday evening!  Rather than us going to see the Badgers on Saturday, The Badgers are coming to us!  Coach Andersen is bringing his Coaches and players to the Marriott and will be putting on Offensive and Defensive Demonstrations in Rm 1 on Friday evening.  The Demo's will be followed up by the Badger Bash for followup questions, beer, soda, pizza and fun!

The Thursday night bash will again feature outstanding high school position coaches from around the state. The clinic will also feature roundtable discussion sessions (D1-3, D4-7, 8-man, youth football). Speakers will also include championship coaches from Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois.

Please reserve your rooms as soon as possible under the WFCA Clinic rate at the Marriott West by calling 608-831-2000.


Aurora Sports Medicine Youth Coaching Clinic

Are you a Youth Football Coach? 
Review football equipment fitting, basic taping techniques & latest concussion information 

Presented by Aurora Sports Medicine Institute-Summit
Monday July 21, 2014
Aurora Medical Center Summit
Draper Hall

Time: 6-8:30 PM
Cost: $15 per registrant
For more information contact:
Elaine Gonya 262-434-2600

This seminar, specifically geared toward coaches of youth football, will be presented by Licensed Athletic Trainers with extensive football experience. The seminar aims to provide area youth coaches with:
* Guidelines, considerations & techniques for proper fit of football equipment for optimal athlete safety
* Learn & practice basic athletic taping techniques most frequently used by youth sport coaches
* Review WI state law regarding concussions in youth sports and current concussion research