Learn To Train2018-05-03T14:17:18+00:00

Learn to Train (U10 – U13)

  • learn-to-trainFor coaches working with 8-11 year old females and 9-12 year old males.
  • Duration: 14 hours excluding breaks
  • Abbreviation: L2T

The role model is very important at this stage. Children begin to identify with famous players and successful teams. They want to learn imaginative skills so skill demonstration is very important – Players learn best by “seeing and doing.” Players move from self-centered to self-critical with a high stimulation level during basic skills training.

This is also a window to teach basic principles of play and establish training ethic and discipline. Repetitions are important to develop technical excellence, but creating a fun and challenging environment is still essential to stimulate learning.

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  • Information on Canada Soccer’s Long Term Player Development model
  • What is the game of Soccer?
  • Information to help coaches understand the development stage of the players they are working with
  • How to plan coaching sessions considering the development stage of the players
  • FIFA Laws of the Game
  • Technical/Tactical development
  • Consider the safety factors involved in running a coaching session
  • How to manage coaching sessions using appropriate content and methodology
  • An online resource that coaches can use to plan their sessions
  • Advice coaches can use to work with players and parents in this stage
  • Coaches will receive a coach’s workbook and a Certificate of Achievement (coaches must print off)
  • Information on Canada Soccer’s Long Term Player Development model
  • What is the game of Soccer?
  • Information to help coaches understand the development stage of the players they are working with
  • How to plan coaching sessions considering the development stage of the players
  • FIFA Laws of the Game
  • Technical/Tactical development
  • Consider the safety factors involved in running a coaching session
  • How to manage coaching sessions using appropriate content and methodology
  • An online resource that coaches can use to plan their sessions
  • Advice coaches can use to work with players and parents in this stage
  • Coaches will receive a coach’s workbook and a Certificate of Achievement (coaches must print off)