Concordia University Chicago is excited to join with the American Sport Education Program (ASEP) to offer a Certificate in Coaching.
The program provides specialized training for a career in coaching. This program is offered to undergraduate students who are in need of ASEP Coaching Certification, and those students who are looking to gain a wealth of knowledge about the wonderful career of coaching.
Anyone who wishes to earn a Certificate in Coaching at Concordia University Chicago must be officially admitted to the program. To apply for admission, complete an application online or request one from the office of the Institute of Professional Studies.
The curriculum focuses on anatomy, sport first-aid/injury prevention, training practices, and principles of coaching of all ages.
Upon completion of the following courses, Concordia University will grant the student with a Certificate in Coaching:
Upon completion of PES-3500 Principles of Coaching, the student will be eligible to sit for the ASEP Coaching Principles test. Passing this test with a score of 80 percent or better will certify you with the National Federation of High School coaches and your name will be added to the National Coaches Registry.
Structure and function of the human body with emphasis on the skeletal, muscular, endocrine, respiratory and circulatory systems. Applications made to gross motor activities.
Acquaints students with the field of athletic training, overview of sports medicine, general terminology, basic assessment skills, injury prevention through screening and conditioning programs, taping/wrapping skills. Prerequisite: PES-3400. Fee required $20.
Fundamentals, theory and strategy.