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Level 5: Administration School (Downloadable PDF)



Coaches in the UAE, KSA, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Sudan, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco please note: Professional Sports and Lifeguard (PS&L) of UAE is the exclusive provider of ASCA Certification Courses and Specialty Courses at on-site clinics and for online courses in the aforementioned countries/regions. For coaches in these regions: You will not receive the ASCA Gold Seal Certificate unless you take the course through PS&L. You must take the course through a Professional Sports & Lifeguard hosted clinic. For more information about clinics hosted by PS&L please contact either or

The Administration School is the fifth of ASCA’s five certification courses.

For the coach who is, or aspires to be, the head coach of any organization (high school, college, YMCA, club, etc.), Level 5 covers every topic, among them: budgeting; communications; fundraising; team entries; hosting meets; and working successfully with assistant coaches, volunteers and boards of directors. Frequently described as the area coaches are “weak” in their job, this course is designed to give new head coaches a tutorial on how to deal with administrative tasks–before they become “administrative issues”. There are sections devoted to the special needs of high school and college coaches.

While not about the “fun” parts of coaching, the Administration School is about the parts that allow a coach to get, keep and prosper in a good job. We recommend that the wise coach take this course long before they expect to “need it”. Having this information will help you get the job you’re dreaming about.

(ASCA Certification: test included with manual, 25 units)

Additional information

Level 5 Manual

Physical Binder, Downloadable PDF

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