Continuing Education is a chance for Coach Development Program certified coaches to gain knowledge and credit for ongoing learning about the sport of lacrosse and the art of coaching. Online, in-person, and other opportunities will be published here and promoted in our monthly newsletters to give all certified coaches the opportunity to become a better coach through timely and relevant learning experiences.

*Additional Continuing Education Opportunities (CEO's), both free and paid, are available within the Course Catalog of the US Lacrosse e-Learning site (learning.uslacrosse.org).  Once logged in to the site, you can locate these courses within the "Coaches" folder.

Continuing Education Opportunities: Theory

Course Category  
NFHS - Heat Illness Prevention Health & Safety More Info
NFHS - Strength and Conditioning Health & Safety More Info
NFHS - Sports Nutrition Health & Safety More Info
American Red Cross CPR, First Aid, and AED Training Health & Safety More Info
NFHS - Teaching and Modeling Behavior Sports Psychology More Info
Second-Goal Parent: Developing Winners in Life Through Sports Sports Psychology More Info
NFHS - Fundamentals of Coaching Sports Psychology More Info
NFHS - Positive Sport Parenting Sports Psychology More Info
PCA - Triple Impact Competitor Sports Psychology More Info
NFHS - Engaging Effectively with Parents Communications More Info
NFHS - NCAA Eligibility Communications More Info
NFHS - Sportsmanship Course Communications More Info
NFHS - Creating a Safe and Respectful Environment Communications More Info
NAIA - Champions of Character Communications More Info
NFHS - Teaching Sport Skills Communications More Info
NFHS - Coaching Unified Sports Communications More Info

Continuing Education Opportunities: Tactics


Course Category  
US Lacrosse National Convention sessions Women's Game More Info
Building the Modern Midfielder
Purchase Book and Complete Survey
Women's Game More Info
Women's Fundamentals of Goalkeeping Women's Game More Info
US Lacrosse National Convention sessions Men's Game More Info
US Lacrosse "How to Make Proper Contact in Boys and Men's Lacrosse" Men's Game More Info
Men's Fundamentals of Goalkeeping Men's Game More Info