National Youth Sports Institute (NYSI) Youth Coaching Conference 2018
For NROC Coaches: 2 February 2018 (Friday), 9am to 3.30pm / For Sports Parents: 3 February 2018 (Saturday), 9am to 12pm
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‘National Youth Sports Institute (NYSI) Youth Coaching Conference 2018’ by National Youth Sports Institute (NYSI)
(For all NROC Coaches)
The 2nd edition of the NYSI Youth Coaching Conference is back with the theme, ‘Effective Youth Coaching – The Path to Success’. For more event details, please visit this link.
The conference will focus on effective and positive youth coaching and how it translates to athletes' success at the senior elite level. Moving forward from the previous conference where we touched on the redefinition of success away from the conventional competition success at youth level, topics such as elements and qualities of sound youth coaching as a path to elite level success will be discussed.
The second day of this year’s Youth Coaching Conference is targeted specifically for youth sports parents. As key supporters and influencers of these young athletes, this session aims to educate and inform the parents on sound youth athlete development and effective coaching. In this way, parents can better support their children in their journey towards lifelong participation and success in sports.
Date and Time
For NROC Coaches
2 February 2018 (Friday), 9am to 3.30pm
For Sports Parents
3 February 2018 (Saturday), 9am to 12pm
2 February 2018 (For NROC Coaches)
Park Avenue Convention Centre
4 Changi Business Park Avenue 1
3 February 2018 (For Sports Parents)
Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI)
Lecture Theatre (Level 2)
11 Eunos Road 8
- 2 February 2018 (For NROC Coaches): S$30 per pax (including GST)
- 3 February 2018 (For Sports Parents): FREE
6.5 hours (2 February 2018 only)
Please register via this link by 24 January 2018 (Wednesday).
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