The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of the operation for the organization. Working with the Board of Directors and coordinating with the Technical Director of the organization, the Executive Director develops current and long-term organizational goals, objectives and procedures
By successfully completing the Make Ethical Decisions (MED) training, coaches will be fully equipped to handle ethical situations with confidence and surety. MED training helps coaches identify the legal, ethical, and moral implications of difficult situations that present themselves in the world of team and individual sport.
During the fun, interactive 14-hour course you will be introduced to games and activities that are designed for the Soccer for Life development stage players. (U13+) Please note: no refunds for inability to attend or cancellation. Participants need to be 16 years of age or older and registered at www.coachcentre.ca.
During the fun, interactive 16-hour course you will be introduced to games and activities that are designed for the U9-U12 players. No refund or cancellation for inability to attend. Participants must be at least 16 years of age and need to be registered at www.coachcentre.ca
During the fun, interactive 8 hour course you will be introduced to games and activities that are designed for the FUNdamental development stage players U6-U8. PLEASE NOTE: Participants must be 16 years or older. No refunds for inability to attend or cancellation. Participants need to be registered at www.coachcentre.ca
Mandatory attendance at a minimum of seven (7) clinics is required for 2017. In addition, referees must attend a LAWS OF THE GAME session as one (1) of the required seven (7). All sessions begin at 7:30pm
The YRSA was formed in 1982 and is a registered not-for-profit Ontario corporation overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors. The association operates with paid staff to provide programs and services for over 50,000 registrants in the Region of York. Affiliated with the Ontario Soccer Association (OSA), the YRSA is the third largest of 21 district associations that participate in the governance of soccer in Ontario. With representation on the Board of Directors of the OSA, the YRSA assists in the development of policy and procedures, and provides the delivery of programs, adult and youth leagues, services and governance to its members.The membership consists of 15 youth clubs with defined boundaries, 6 adult only clubs and associate members.