NFCC COURSE 405
Explosive Team Offense & Strategy
WILL BE OFFERED IN 2024
What do Mike Trout's hitting coach, an NCAA Division I National Champion, and one of the most aggressive names in base running have in common? They are at your disposal for NFCC 405: Explosive Team Offense and Strategy in San Antonio! You won't want to miss one of the most dynamic offensive coach lineups in recent history. To truly create an explosive team offense you have to be able to do it all; hit for power and average, take advantage of every opportunity on the basepaths, and implement strategy that works for your personnel. These three instructors will show you how to develop a multi-faceted offense as they help you create a roadmap to light up the scoreboard this season.
2022 COURSE INSTRUCTORS
MLB Hitting Coach
- $199 - On or before November 1, 2022
- $209 - November 2-25, 2022
- $219 - After November 25, 2022
- Examine the pieces of an explosive offensive puzzle (power, running and short game);
- Discuss how to put together a batting order and how to use the DP-FLEX rule to your advantage;
- Study offensive strategy factors and principles of strategic thinking;
- Explore your offensive philosophy, personnel management, scouting and the evaluation of offensive performance;
- Accumulate drills for offensive team skills and strategies.
Registration 5:30 pm
Session I 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Session II 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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In the event of inclement weather that results in cancellation of the event, a full refund minus $25 administrative fee will be provided.
At this time we do not offer any additional discounts to attend an NFCC course. Scholarships are also not offered for NFCC.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING WITH ME TO THE COURSE?
All participants should bring either a notebook or loose-leaf paper for taking notes. If you wish to follow along with the course manual you may choose to print it out prior or utilize a laptop/tablet. In an effort to Go Green, the NFCA has moved to a digital course manual, which will be sent out closer to the course date.
DOES THE NFCA PROVIDE MEALS DURING CLASS DAY?
Attendees are on their own for meals during NFCC courses, unless otherwise stated. Meal breaks will be provided.
WHAT IS APPROPRIATE DRESS FOR THE NFCC COURSES?
Participants should wear clothing comfortable for an indoor classroom setting. A lightweight jacket is recommended for your individual comfort. Most classes will also have sessions outdoors, so appropriate dress is recommended.
DO I HAVE TO PRE-REGISTER OR CAN I SIGN UP ON SITE?
Walk-ups will be accepted during the registration period the day of the course; however, pre-registration is highly recommended to secure your seat in the class.
*Note there are NO walk-ups permitted for course 408
CAN I GET CEU CREDITS FOR ATTENDING A COURSE?
The NFCA is happy to provide attendance verification forms for any of our educational events. Please contact Joanna Lane (email@example.com) for more information.
DO I NEED TO TAKE THE COURSES IN A CERTAIN ORDER?
No, NFCC courses may be taken in ANY order.
DO I NEED TO ATTEND BOTH 402A AND 402B TO EARN MASTER COACH STATUS?
Any coaches who have not taken 402 prior to 2016 WILL be required to take both 402A and 402B to achieve their 4 Star Master Coach recognition.
MAY I RETAKE AN NFCC COURSE?
Yes, of course! Many of our members choose to re-take these courses on a regular basis as the information and delivery of content varies greatly when instructors change. There is no discount when re-taking an NFCC course.
“THE NFCC Coaching Classes are in depth ...""The NFCC Coaching Classes are in depth and great opportunities to dive in and learn from the best coaches in the country. Even though I have taken most classes multiple times I continue to learn as each instructor has a different way of presenting things and I try to take the best that each instructor has to offer." - Sean Hall, Midwest Speed
“I highly recommend the NFCC 405 class ..."“I highly recommend the NFCC 405 class for any coach who is serious about taking their game to the next level. The class was very collaborative and interactive. Each instructor was motivating, informative and spoke openly about their own offensive philosophies and strategies. This class made me grow as a coach and I look forward to taking more like this in the future.”
“I LOVED this course."“I LOVED this course. This was my first course, and I got so much out of it. The instructors were great on all levels. The instructors did a great job asking if there were topics we wanted covered. They left no stone unturned. I cannot wait to take my next course! Thank you!”
“This course was so much fun ..."“This course was so much fun and kept your attention. I am now a four star and this course has so much information that I will DEFINITELY use... Loved it!!!!”
“I really enjoyed the course ..."“I really enjoyed the course and felt like I learned a lot of things I was able to implement in practice this week. It feels good to have that rush of passion when you are in a season instead of over Christmas break. Very good stuff!”
"These webinars were times that I looked forward to""This is one of the best courses (408) I have taken. The close interaction with not only the instructor coaches but also with those coaches involved with the event makes this a superior offering among some very fine NFCC courses." - Steven Richards
"As a young coach beginning my college coaching career ...”"As a young coach beginning my college coaching career, NFCC 401 really gave me a great base of knowledge to take with me for the rest of my career. Being able to learn from experienced coaches who have dealt with building team cultures, managing their budgets, and managing their programs was such a great way to start my learning journey within the NFCA. I would have never thought about some of the topics that we covered, but I’m so glad that I was able to learn these tools to implement both on and off the field to get the most out of our student-athletes and to help them succeed on the field and in life." - Mary Murray, Assistant Coach, Rowan University
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