Coach Development - Level 300
Level 300 is for the Head Coach working with athletes competing at the highest levels of National events or beginning to compete internationally. The Level 300 program is also aimed at Head Coaches or Program Directors of a multi level athlete development program by providing in-depth education on the entire Long Team Athlete Development process
The Level 300 series of clinics covers advanced technique and tactics as they relate to the disciplines of slalom, giant slalom, and speed events. These clinics are designed to enhance the coaching skills of the candidate as well as to assess their individual coaching attributes. The clinics are designed for the professional ski coach with several years of experience, whether working with young athletes or FIS age or masters skiers. The Level 300 is comprised of on-snow and classroom for the skiing components, a Sport Science component and a coaching evaluation. These can all be done together at the spring National Coaches Academy, typically held in late April or early May.
On-snow components: In-depth study of technique and tactics in each discipline from the World Cup level down to juniors.
Sport science component: Covers kinesiology, physiology, motor control and motor learning, sport psychology and pedagogy related to alpine ski racing.
Coaching evaluation: Coaches must pass a movement analysis evaluation observing FIS level skiers, demonstrate skiing to at least a silver level in the SkillsQuest phase 3 and 4 exercises, and pass a comprehensive written exam.
Alpine Level 300 Academy - Mammoth, CA - April 29- May 5, 2019
Level 300 Spring indoor Sport Science Symposium (classroom only) - ALL Sports
Offered for Continuing Education Credit and for coaches who still need the Sport Science portion of the level 300 certification track.
Center of Excellence Park City, UT - May 18-19, 2019
- Schedule - TBD
Eastern Level 300 Sport Science Symposium - Fall 2019 TBD