Player Safety Education Links
 
Coaching Seminars - Be a Better Coach

Rijo Athletics Coaches Clinics

This training is a great insight in how to inspire players while running a well functioning program. All managers and coaches are invited to attend for free.

Location /Times: TBD

- January 28 TBD


Coaches Effectiveness Training Workshop

A workshop for everyone who is interested in good coaching! Open to all Coaches of District 8 leagues.

This seminar is a requirement for any managers and coaches who are chosen to participate in the All Star Post Season Tournaments.

Any manager or coach selected by the league must have attended at least one Dr. Smoll clinic over the past 5 years including the current one.

This workshop is presented by Dr. Frank Smoll, UW Dept. of Psychology

Time/Location: TBD

No charge for attending.

Learn about:

  • Establishing a Positive Atmosphere for Learning
  • How & When to Encourage
  • Expectations & Limitations
  • A Healthy Philosophy of Winning
  • Motivating Young Athletes
  • Communication Skills
  • Gaining Player Respect

Little League Baseball has mandated that coaches and managers must participate in a coaches training clinic starting this season.

Three clinics are being offered that will qualify the managers and coaches for the Little League Required Training. Managers and coaches need only attend one of these clinics, not both.

These clincs are provided free of charge for managers and coaches partipating from Northshore Little League - no reservations are required!

For additional information, please contact the league President.


Big Al Coaching Clinic

When: Not offered in Washington State this year
Where: Not offered in Washington State this year

Little League has teamed up with world-renowned baseball trainer "Big Al" Price to bring you the Official Little League Manager/Coach Educational Program.

The Big Al Coaches Clinic is the best instruction available to prepare you for coaching youngsters in Little League. The one-day clinic will cover all the fundamentals of catching, throwing, fielding and hitting. You will learn how to develop a practice plan, run specific teaching drills, and how to be a good role model.

The clinic will show you how to teach these skills to players at the TeeBall through Major divisions of baseball and softball.

Instructor Al Price will share several years of experience and teach you how to work with young boys and girls. This will include how to teach the skills you've learned, and what you can expect from ball players at games and practices.

Please be rest assured that this clinic is as entertaining as it is informative!

For more information on the Know Your Baseball program,
check out the Big Al web site.


 
Downloads for Managers/Coaches and Volunteers

Manager Game Script Spreadsheet

This Excel spreadsheet can be used to script your games. Just sit down for a few minutes the night before your game, script out the game lineup for each inning and you don't have to worry about where and how much you played everyone! A great tool to make your job easier.

Application to Manage/Coach Form

This form must be filled out by anyone who wishes to manage or coach a team. You can print out this form and either mail it or turn it in at one of the Walk-In Open Registrations. Manager and coaches positions are open at all levels for Hardball and Softball.

Remember the following concerning managers/coaches:

  • Each Manager/Coach is released from his/her team at the end of every season.
  • Each Manager/Coach is required to re-apply for Manager/Coach position the following season.
  • Parent/Umpire evaluations and Manager Selection Committee will determine Manager positions for each season.

Little League Volunteer Application

Every person (volunteer or hired) with contact with little league particapants is required to fill out this application. This includes managers, coaches, field help, scorekeepers and others. Please help us by completing these forms so the season can start out smoothly!