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January 13, 2022 - Register here
Class: D Course
9035 E. Pima Center Pkwy Unit 10,Scottsdale,AZ,85258 US (Phoenix Rising Youth Soccer Club Office)
2021 National D License
The National D License is an online and in-person course, that begins with an online experience and has two in-person meetings.
Coaches who register for this course can expect weekly learning opportunities that will feature a mixture of independent learning using online modules and live virtual meetings led by a licensed U.S. Soccer Instructor. Coaches will be asked to participate in discussions so each person should have access to the internet and web-camera/live video capabilities. The virtual meetings will take place on agreed-upon days and times (see below). Coaches may be asked to participate in the field component as either coaches or players, so please come prepared to actively learn.
Candidates that register for this course are expected to attend all course meetings to be eligible to receive the license.
In order to be considered for the U.S. Soccer D course, all candidates must meet the following prerequisites:
• At least 16 years of age
• Currently coaching or have access to a team
• 2 Grassroots In-Person Courses (one which is 11v11) 1 Online course
• U.S. Soccer E License
- Opening Webinar Date: January 13, 2021
- Opening Webinar Time: 7:00 PM MST
- Opening Webinar Link: coming soon
Candidates will meet virtually once a week prior to the first in-person meeting.
In-Person Meeting Dates
- Meeting 1 February 4-6
- Meeting 2 March 18-20
The Virtual Period is the time in between the pre-course meeting, the on-field component(s), and after the final field component. The Virtual Period will consist of weekly learning opportunities that will feature a mixture of independent learning using online modules, live virtual meetings led by a licensed U.S. Soccer Instructor, and small group meetings that are organized by the coaches. Coaches will be asked to participate in discussions so each person should have access to the internet and web-camera/live video capabilities. The virtual meetings will take place agreed upon days and times that will be finalized during the pre-course meeting (each instructor group will establish their own meeting times). See below for more specifics on typical meeting days/times, as well as the date(s) for the in-person meeting.