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NFCA Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available through both the NFCA and Texas Women’s University (TWU). Your attendance at a Coaches Clinic, NFCC Course or the NFCA National Convention will earn you 2 Continuing Education Units each from Texas Women’s University at a cost of $35.00.

If you do not require collegiately accredited hours the NFCA can provide attendance verification during event registration at no charge, simply inform the NFCA staff member at registration that you need an attendance verification form. You may also email Joanna Lane (Joanna@nfca.org) for more information.

For the Portland, OR Coaches Clinic Only, we are a provider of Washington State Clock Hours.

Thank you for your commitment to continuing education.

  • Master Coach Program:

    After you complete two NFCC courses you will receive a one star award and be honored as a One Star Master Coach. The process continues with the completion of every two new courses until you have taken all eight of our NFCC courses. At that time you will receive a plaque being honored as a FOUR STAR MASTER COACH. Many coaches repeat courses for different perspectives on the content and some choose to not complete all eight courses, and that is just fine. However, we do want you to know that if you complete all NFCC courses the NFCA believes you deserve special recognition.

  • TWU Master’s Program:

    Master’s Degree Program in Kinesiology with an Emphasis in Coaching.

    The Department of Kinesiology at Texas Woman’s University in partnership with the National Fastpitch Coaches Association is offering a Master’s of Science Degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in coaching. To accommodate the challenging schedule of the working coach, the entire program is taught online. The master’s program is a 36-hour, non-thesis option curriculum emphasizing the development of skills, techniques and concepts necessary to become a master coach.

    The 36-hour master’s program consists of the following coursework and you may also receive continuing education units through TWU with each course being valued at 2.0 CEU’s:

    For additional information, contact: Dr. Mark Mann, Program Coordinator Department of Kinesiology, Texas Women’s University: 940-898-2578