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NAIA character training

NAIA character training

Friday, June 5, 2015
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Since Champions of Character was launched in 2000, NAIA-member colleges and universities have made ongoing character education and professional development for coaches, athletics administrative staff and student-athletes a priority.

The Champions of Character Live 5 training follows the NAIA’s successful Character-Driven Coaching course, launched in 2009. All NAIA coaches, including graduate assistants, are required to take the online course within the first two months on the job. More than 13,000 college, high school and youth coaches have also taken the course.

In 2009, NAIA member colleges and universities committed to putting Champions of Character values into play on both the field and in the stands. Hospitality and game management of NAIA athletics events and conduct in competition are framed by the association’s governing policies and guided by Champions of Character principles. Today every school’s progress in pursuing character education is tracked and recognized for achievements in training, promotion and conduct in competition.

Champions of Character also reaches high school and youth sports through its outreach activities conducted by member schools and participants at NAIA national championship events. Programs are tailored for all ages with those dedicated to parent expectations and behavior among the most popular.

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