Hobby Logger wrote:
Certifications are good if you don't already know what you're doing. I would only go to make connections with the people there. The USATF content is pretty simple, and Level 1 is filled with mostly high school coaches and personal trainers.
USTFCCCA academy has been extremely beneficial to a lot of coaches. In fact, I think some career coaches should stop pretending they know everything, ditch their "old school" BS and go take some of those courses.
Meanwhile, back to the openings...
Whats up with the Central Michigan assistant position?
Vincennes has a head coaching position open, haven't heard much about that.
I see Eastern Michigan has a multi position open.
Who is going to take over sprints at Tiffin?
Any clue as to what Johnson C Smith will do in the wake of Graham leaving for Clemson?