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O H I O VAL L E Y R E G I O N C O A C H I N G E D U C ATI O N Coaches’ Clipboard OVR PERSONNEL  Bob Price, V O L U ...

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O H I O VAL L E Y R E G I O N C O A C H I N G E D U C ATI O N

Coaches’ Clipboard

OVR PERSONNEL  Bob Price,

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Commissioner  Ron Wyzynski, CEO  Brian Hemelgarn, Referee Chair  Al Herbert, Webmaster, Events  Michelle Hills, High Performance  Tom Kohl, Tournament Dir.  Rob Long, Sand/Outdoor Dir.  Bill Zehler, Juniors Program Dir.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Becoming an OVR Coach

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Attack Stat Sheet

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Serve Receive Stat Sheet

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Point Diary

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Becoming an OVR Coach To coach for any club in the Ohio valley Region, there are a number of things that you must do before you can legally coach in any practices or matches. FIRST: All head and assistant coaches must be members in good standing with the OVR. For returning coaches, go to https://www.ovr.org/docs/ Renewing-Adult-MemberAffiliated-with-Juniors.pdf for more details. For new coaches this season, go to https:// www.ovr.org/docs/New-AdultMember-Affiliated-withJuniors.pdf SECOND: Head coaches are required to be 18 years old or older and have a cleared background screen on file with the OVR. Assistant coaches may be under the age of 18, but many never be alone with junior players at any time. If an assistant coach becomes 18 years old during the season, he or she must immediately stop coaching and get a cleared background screen on file before continuing coaching in any capacity in practices and matches. Additionally, an assistant coach under the age of 18 may never take the place of the head coach during any match. THIRD: The Ohio Return to Play Law enacted in April 2013 requires all coaches to be trained in the identification of

concussions. There are several ways to receive this training and/ or submit proof of training. The Ohio Department of Education Pupil Activity Permit fulfills the requirements of the law and must be renewed every three years. All junior high and high school coaches in Ohio are already required to have this certification and is most often paid for by their school. The next way to b e c o m e ‘concussion’ certified is to go through a s p e c i fi c training. The NFHS and CDC both offer online training. You can find out more about these opportunities at http://www.healthy.ohio.gov/ concussion. FOURTH: All head and assistant coaches must also be either USA Volleyball IMPACT or CAP certified to be eligible to coach. IMPACT (Increased Mastery and Professional Application of Coaching Theory) is a 4-hour course for the new club coach. Emphasis is on drill development, principals of learning skills, resources, and ethics. There are several ways to

become indoor IMPACT certified either through online or inperson clinics. Online opportunities take the form of either on-demand and livepresentation webinars through USA Volleyball. To register and see the upcoming schedule of online webinars, go to http:// w w w . t ea m u sa . o r g / USA-Volleyball/ Education/CoachingEducation-EventsSchedule. Live inperson IMPACT clinics are held throughout the region from December through March. Clinics will be posted throughout the month of November and December, so check the OVR schedule often at https:// www.ovr.org/juniors/coaching/ impact_clinics.php. Though both online and live clinics will get you IMPACT certified, there are several significant differences of which you should be aware. The cheapest and easiest option is a live regional clinic; cost is $40 and to be certified you only have to attend the entire 4 hour clinic. Online clinics cost between $50 and $90, take about 6 hours to attend the class and then you have to pass a 100-question test within 3 weeks of the class to become certified.

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The Ohio Valley Region (OVR), Inc. is one of the largest of the 40 regional volleyball associations (RVAs) of USA Volleyball (USAV). Our main purpose as an amateur athletic sports

Ohio Valley Region Coaching Education

association is to promote and establish quality volleyball through participation by both adults and juniors, according to the standards set forth by USA Volleyball and the Amateur

426 South Walnut Street

Sports Act of 1978. Geographically, the Ohio

New Bremen, OH 45869

Valley Region includes the states of Ohio and

Phone: 419-629-8103

West Virginia, and bordering counties (Erie,

Fax: 419-629-8103

Crawford, Mercer, Lawrence, Beaver, Wash-

E-mail: [email protected]

ington, Green) of Western Pennsylvania.

“If you want it to happen in the match, you have to train it in practice”

OVR Coaching Education Here’s what you will find on the OVR website. Just go to www.ovr.org and click on Training > OVR Coaching Education. IMPACT IMPACT, Increased Mastery and Professional Application of Coaching Theory, is a 4-hour course for the new club coach. Emphasis is on drill development, principals of learning skills, resources, and ethics. USAV CAP The Coaching Accreditation Program is a comprehensive, multi-level coaching education program that covers all aspects of coaching and teaching volleyball. Both Level 1 and 2 courses focus on the critical athlete performance principles in coaching. Note: You must first have an active Level 1 certification to attend Level 2.

Bookstore: Volleyball and Coaching Resources This page contains links to general coaching materials available through Human Kinetics. OVR Coaches' Clipboard newsletter The OVR Coaches' Clipboard provides valuable, ongoing information to OVR coaches. FAQ This page contains links to frequently asked questions related to IMPACT and CAP certifications as well as other general coaching questions. Links This page contains some common links to helpful webpages and other websites related to coaching education.

Contact Us How to reach OVR Coaching Education staff.