The C License is a 4 day course that will predominately run over the course of two weekends. Hotels and meals will not be provided for the candidates.
The C License course is NCCP recognized and will have 40 hours of theory and on-field education. All candidates attending the course are expected to participate in all aspects of the course. When the course has concluded, the attending coach will have the status of "in-training" registered on their profile in the NCCP locker. The coach will then have the option to have a post course on-field assessment six months following the conclusion of the course.
If the coach is successful in meeting the standard during the assessment, his/her status will move from "in-training" to "Certified" on the locker and be awarded a C License certificate.
The cost for this course for 2016 will be $550.00. However, there will be a cost of $100.00 for the post-course assessment.
Course Application Requirements
Coaches must present their Soccer for Life OR Learn to Train certificate in addition to their proof of Respect in Soccer, Make Ethical Decisions and Making Head Way - Soccer Concussion E-Learning Module.
How to Apply
Coaches create an account on CoachCentre if they do not already have an existing account. Applications will only be accepted via E2E Coach Centre. CoachCentre will send an automated email to the coach stating that the application has been submitted.
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Acceptance into the Course
The OSA will review the application to ensure that the coach meets the course requirements. Once the coach is accepted, they will be sent an automated email from CoachCentre stating that they have been accepted into the course and in order to complete registration, coaches are required to make a payment for the course and also complete the Laws of the Game exam which is located on their CoachCentre profile.
Will be determined by the OSA and advertised on CoachCentre.
Coaches will be mailed their C License Certificate and have their NCCP locker profile updated from “In Training” to “Certified” if they have successfully passed their assessments.