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Frenquently Asked Questions
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who is the program designed for?
A: Our resources aim to further instruct specific groups and individuals on how the Champions of Character program can work for them as well as provide materials and information specific to their role in the athletic world. The program is divided into three main audiences:

  1. Coaches
  2. Athletes
  3. Parents

The Champions of Character program is dedicated to the improvement and development of our core values in all aspects of society.

Q: How can my institution become a Champions of Character school?
A: Easy, by completing all three segments of the program:

  1. Coaches: Complete three (3) hours of training in the Champions of Character Coaching seminar.
    This seminar covers topics such as:
    • Setting Expectations and Direction
    • Team Development
    • Player Development
    • Staff Management
    • Teammate to other Programs
    • Teammate to School and Community
    • Teammate to Family
     
  2. Athletes: A majority of athletes go through the Redefining the term ATHLETE seminar. This seminar is approximately 45 minutes to one (1) hour in length and will cover topics such as:
    • How an athlete shows INTEGRITY
    • How an athlete shows RESPECT
    • How an athlete shows RESPONSIBILITY
    • How an athlete shows SPORTSMANSHIP
    • How an athlete shows SERVANT LEADERSHIP
       
  3. Parents: A majority of the parents go through the Parents presentation. This seminar is approximately 45 minutes and will cover topics such as:
    • Accepting your child's reason for playing
    • Releasing your child to the game
    • Modeling poise and confidence
    • Giving your child time and space

Q: How much will the training sessions cost?
A: Zero. Any, or all of the training sessions you choose are free of charge. Booklets or other supplementary material will be available for purchase if you so choose.


Q: Do I have to offer all three segments?
A: No. If you feel that your institution is not ready at this time to become a Champions of Character school we can conduct a seminar for any segment you wish at any time with no other obligation.

 
 
 
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