Ontario Soccer are pleased to announce the brand new Ontario Soccer online Goalkeeper Coach Certificate.
Who is it for?
For all aspiring Goalkeeping Coaches, this online course is your first step into Goalkeeper development and will cover the basics of developing Goalkeepers.
What will I study or learn?
Who are you as a coach? What do you want the goalkeepers you are coaching to achieve? How are you going to help them get there? Are you able to coach your goalkeeper in all areas of the game? Are you preparing your goalkeeper for the game of today or the game of the future?
Coaches who take this course will be able to plan a full session, using GAG Methodology, apply these techniques with their goalkeepers in an analytical activity and small sided game and deliver a full staged warm up.
Overview of the course:
For all aspiring Goalkeeping Coaches, this online course covers the basics of developing Goalkeepers.
The course is broken down into 6 parts;
1. The Introduction & Goal setting - Who are you as a Goalkeeper Coach?
2. Goalkeeper Handling Techniques with Tony Roberts
3. GAG Methodology
4. Match Day Preparation for Goalkeepers
5. Plan a session
6. Review of learning
What are the pre-requisites?
Prior to registering, coaches must complete the following:
These are mandatory to coaches anywhere in Ontario. The Ontario Soccer Goalkeeper Coach Certificate alone, does not change or supersede any of the mandatory requirements to coach soccer in Ontario. People who choose to take this course, for information only purposes, will not be considered a trained coach without the course prerequisites.
What is the cost?
How long is the course?
Approximately 2-3 hours.
Course access is for one month and must be completed within this time frame for successful completion.
How to apply?
Coaches should visit OntarioSoccer.net to proceed with taking the course.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Lyndon Hooper, Coordinator, Coaching Development.
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