2011 Information for Coaches
FINGERPRINTING - MANDATORY
The league and Sierra Oaks Soccer requires all coaches and assistant coaches to be fingerprinted and have a background check done (even if you are in law enforcement and have had it done recently as state and local agencies do not share fingerprint records).
We have contracted with Capital Live Scan, a local company that performs a "live scan" fingerprinting service. For more information and locations on this service, www.capitallivescan.com.
The live scan process takes about a minute and you only need to bring you legal identification (drivers license or passport). The required form is listed below. Sierra Oaks Soccer pays for the live scan service for coaches and assistant coaches.
Please send an email to Mike Casentini at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are NOT returning to your team for 2011. The Club will need to get started on replacing non-returning coaches as soon as possible.
This year Sierra Oaks Soccer Club will be hosting the F license coaching clinic at Sierra Oaks School, June 3rd and 4th. Unless you are eligible to "waive-in" as a first year coach, you cannot coach if you do not have your F license. Sierra Oaks Soccer Club will be paying the class fees for our Club's coaches.
Please contact our Coaching Coordinator with any questions,
2011 Practice Field Selection
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This is the 2011 Practice Field Selection. All changes must be routed to and approved by Mike Casentini - Coaching Coordinator
Become a Coach for the 2012 Season
The Club is always looking for coaches and assistant coaches. No experience is necessary. The Club will provide everything that you need, including equipment, training and a shirt.
In order to become a coach, we need the following from you:
- A completed CYSA coaches application
- LiveScan fingerprinting process completed (need only 1st year)
- A completed Sierra Oaks Soccer Coaches Information form (required every year)
- A completed 'Coaching Code of Ethics' form (required every year)
- A 1"x1" picture for your coach pass (digital is fine & these are kept onfile)
- A class F coaching license (first year can be waived)
For questions or submission of required forms, please contact the Coaching Coordinator, Erik Hall, email@example.com.
2011 CYSA Coach Registration Form
CYSA requires all coaches to complete an Adult Disclosure Form. Sierra Oaks Soccer Clubs requires all coaches to register online. Please follow The CYSA link 1628 CYSA Team Official Registration & Risk Management Disclosure
Find the following text on the CYSA webpage and click on the following text located at the bottom:
I have agreed with the above procedures and I am ready to Start my Team
Official Registration & Risk Management Disclosure Form
As you complete the form, in the Organization drop down box, select our club which is: "Sierra Oaks SC (060503)"
2012 Sierra Oaks Soccer Coach Information Form
This form provides information to the Club re: your coaching status and plans for the 2012 season. All coaches should fill out this form, sign in blue ink and mail to Coaching Coordinator Erik Hall at the Club's mailing address found on the Registration page, or deliver in person at the Club's April or May Registration nights.
2012 Coaching Code of Ethics Form
This must be submitted with the coach application. All coaches should fill out this form, sign in blue ink and mail to Coaching Coordinator Erik Hall at the Club's mailing address found on the Registration page, or deliver in person at the Club's Registration nights.
DOJ Livescan Fingerprint Background Check Form
Required DOJ Livescan Fingerprint and Background Check Form. Take this form along with your legal identification (drivers license or passport) to one of the locations listed at http://www.capitallivescan.com/locations.html.
Duplicate Coaching License Request Form
Fill out this form if you have misplaced your coaching license.
All forms must be emailed to the Coaching Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org OR they can be faxed to (916) 485-2384.
Coaching clinics & Licenses
According to the RCYSL coach & referee handbook: Coaches and assistant-coaches must complete a CYSA "F" course. However, the "F" course requirement may be waived for the first coaching year.
The training consists of a 3 hour class room session and an 8 hour outdoor session. CYSA instructors will teach you everything that you need to know to run a youth soccer team. The cost of the class & license are covered by the Club.
For coaches of older teams, we recommend getting the class 'E' license. At this level Basic Tactics and Intermediate Technique are the focus. Again, you put in the time and the Club will put in the cash.
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