WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM AN ELITE COMPETITIVE AND ELITE JUNIORS ACADEMY COACH

Members of the GESC coaching staff train GESC players following our proprietary style of play curriculum. The GESC style of play curriculum is holistic in approach and covers technical, tactical, physical and mental themes essential to a player’s full development. Training is age- and skill-appropriate, but ideas and methodology are consistent throughout the GESC program. Specific training needs that arise relative to each team’s competitive performance are also addressed as they arise.

Parents can expect GESC coaches to:
  • Conduct meaningful and inspired training sessions that are congruous with the GESC style of play curriculum.

  • Arrive at scheduled practices and games early enough to conduct any required setup before the session’s official start time.

  • Develop a team season plan as well as finalize team roster, schedule and overall objectives.

  • Meet with team parents and players before the start of each season to establish expectations and communicate schedule.

  • Lead the player through individual player evaluations at least once a year.

  • Be available to parents and players to provide feedback and answer team-related questions.

  • Maintain professional conduct at all times.

  • Work with any team managers to establish clear and timely communication of essential team information.

  • Stay up to date on current coaching methodology and work with the Director and each other in order to continually to improve.

If you are intetrested in joining the GESC team, please email info@gallatinelite.com.

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