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Make The Difference: A Clinic for Iowa Coaches

By April 18, 2008 January 21st, 2019 No Comments

K-12 coaches invited to Kirkwood for seminar

Area coaches looking to further their knowledge, abilities and skills are invited to attend a coaching clinic at Kirkwood Community College’s Center for Continuing Education. The “Make the Difference: A Clinic for Iowa Coaches” event will be held June 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The clinic is open to all state of Iowa certified K-12 coaches and has been approved for four certification credits for authorization recertification.

Breakout sessions include: Coaching (team vs. individual), Liability (do’s and don’ts), Speed Wins, Getting Vertical, Inside the Athlete’s Head, Time Management, Nutrition Supplements, How to Work Officials, and As Good as it Gets (setting goals and objectives).

Keynote speaker will be Lon Olejniczak, an Iowa native and former University of Iowa standout athlete and collegiate football official. He will talk about how to “Make the Difference.”

Tuition is $59 ($69 after June 10). Tuition includes keynote speaker, four breakout sessions and lunch. Individual breakout sessions are available for $35 each.

To register, call (319)398-1022, 800-332-8833 or visit www.kirkwood.edu/ce. The section is listed: CRCA-400-LUT09.
For more information, please contact Larry Lutz at (319) 398-4912 or larry.lutz@kirkwood.edu.