PE Professional Program
PE Professional Classes
The Washington State E coaching course is an introduction to the methodology of coaching and the four components of coaching soccer: Technique, Tactics, Fitness, and Psychology. This course provides elementary information in the management and preparation of coaching youth soccer. (E)
The D coaching course prepares students by expanding their knowledge and understanding of the technical and tactical demands of soccer and the developmental process necessary for players. It also provides an understanding of practical coaching methodology and the framework necessary to prepare players and a team for competition.
Learn to supervise the safety and rescue of swimmers, surfers, and other water sports participants. Will be trained and certified in water rescue using a variety of aids and equipment depending on requirements of their particular venue. Need to be a strong swimmer and First Aid/CPR trained. (E)
Weekend seminar covering rules, mechanics, and procedures for competitive sports officiating; enforcement of rules; use of signals; personal appearance and conduct; and qualifications for officials’ ratings. (E)
Weekend seminar. Introduces sports training. Emphasis on injury treatment. (E)
Introduction to sociology of sport. Encourages questions and critical thinking about sports as a part of social life. Emphasis on sports and sport-related behaviors as they occur in social and cultural contexts. (E)