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assistant coach

  • Develop and arrange competition schedules and programs.
  • Develop training programs or routines designed to improve athletic performance.
  • Teach children the foundations of soccer and basic skills.
  • Encourage passion for the sport of soccer.

assistant coach

  • Travel with 20-30 persons internationally, parents and players
  • Working with other AIST staff members to plan and coordinate the days’ events.
  • Leading and supporting players as they participate in age-appropriate activities.
  • Monitoring players to ensure compliance with AIST rules and prevent accidents.
  • Reporting and recording details of incidents, such as accidents or rule violations, to parents and AIST staff.
  • Memorizing all emergency procedures and enforcing AIST rules.
  • Participating in staff meetings.

assistant coach

  • Teach kids and teens discipline, leadership and self defense.
  • Prepare students for competition by boosting strength, agility and cardio.
  • Attend scheduled practice and games 
  • Provide training direction, encouragement, motivation, and nutritional advice to prepare athletes for games

assistant coach

  • Serve as organizer, leader, instructor, or referee for outdoor and indoor games, such as volleyball and baseball.
  • Recommend drills to the coach that will benefit the team.
  • Give the athletes motivation and tips on and off the court.
  • Work well with grade school kids.

assistant coach/runner

  • Coordinate and cooperate with other coaches as well as plan out schedules for weekend tournaments. 
  • Coach kids basketball as well as encourage, lead, and inspire kids not only in basketball but in basic life skills. 
  • Maintain equipment used in a particular sport.Experience and learn how to interact with kids from Asia and Southeast Asia and figure out how to encourage them best
  • Attend scheduled practice or training sessions. to succeed.