Langley Rep Fastpitch Coaching Application - 2021 Season
Softball BC #
Which team (s) are you applying to coach?
U12B - 2010
U12B - 2009
U12A - 2010
U12A - 2009
U14B - 2008
U14B - 2007
U14A - 2008
U14A - 2007
U16B - 2006
U16B - 2005
U16A - 2006
U16A - 2005
U19B - 2004
U19B - 2003
U19B - 2002
U19A - 2004
U19A - 2003
U19A - 2002
Do you have an immediate family member enrolled in this division?
If no, would you consider coaching a different age division or team?
Do you have any previous coaching or assistant coaching experience? If yes, please elaborate, including specific teams.
Have you attended any coaching clinics? ( Y / N ) If yes, please list below, with approximate dates and course names:
NCCP Number, if you have one.
Why do you want to participate as a coach this season?
Would you be interested in a Head Coach role or Assistant Coach role or either?
Please use this spot for any other information you would like to provide:
PLEASE READ IN FULL AND CHECK EACH BOX. Coach’s Code of Conduct (as taken from Softball BC)
I will teach my players that rules of the game of softball are mutual agreements that no one should evade or break
I will develop team respect for the ability of opponents as well as for the judgment of umpires and opposing coaches.
I will be professional in my manner and accept responsibility for my actions by displaying high standards in language.
I will display control, respect, dignity and professionalism to all involved with softball includingopponents, coaches, officials, umpires, scorekeepers, administrators and spectators andencourage team players to do the same
I will operate within the rules and spirit of the game.
I will abide by and respect the regulations governing softball and the organizations and individuals administering those regulations.
I will be a positive role model for softball and my athletes.
I will always respect game officials’ decisions.
I will not engage in, or tolerate, offensive, insulting or abusive language or behaviour to any otherparticipant in the game of softball.
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