theoretical and practical testing. Candidates wishing to attend a US Soccer National Coaching School to take the “C” License course must have earned and held a National “D” License for a minimum of 12 months. 1.1 The “E” Certificate Course The “E” is designed for the parent/coach who may or may not have any
The Coaching License Pathway consists of a series of courses designed to meet the specific needs of a coach at every step of the way. U.S. Soccer believes education is a journey, and our goal is ...
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The US Soccer Federation requires pre-requisites to take the 2018 D License course. A candidate will need to have completed one of the following: 1) Current National E License. 2) Two In-Person Courses (one must be the 11v11) + 1 Online Course . 3) Two In-Person Courses (one must be the 11 vs 11) + F License
Coaching candidates who have earned the E or F License will have the following opportunities to use those certifications toward the D License prerequisites: U.S. Soccer E License + Introduction to Grassroots Coaching Module; U.S. Soccer F License + Introduction to Grassroots Coaching Module + 11v11 in-person license + one other in-person license
Step Two: Complete the US Soccer Introduction To Grassroots Coaching Module Step Four: Register for both 4-Hour 9v9 & 11v11 In-Person License Course ( Must sign up for each separately ) Course Length: 4 hours for the 9v9 and 4 hours for the 11v11 (2 hours classroom, 2 hours field)
A combination of three of the eight Grassroots Licenses (replacing the E and F Licenses) now represent the prerequisites to progress to the U.S. Soccer D License. New coaches must complete a minimum of three grassroots courses, in the form of two in-person courses and one online course: