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BECOME A TRAINER
We seek individuals committed to the PCA mission to conduct workshops for coaches, athletes, parents and organizational leaders for schools and youth sports organizations. Ideal candidates for this independent contractor position will have attended a PCA Workshop, have substantial sports and coaching expertise, and have experience teaching, presenting and leading interactive trainings. Engaging presentation and communication skills are a must.
To learn more about this role, read this Prospective Trainer Frequently Asked Questions Document >>
Do I have the experience needed to be an effective PCA Trainer?
This can be difficult to determine. Use this worksheet to help you >>
Currently, we most actively seek trainers in Boston, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Orlando, Phoenix, Sacramento, San Diego, Seattle, Tampa and the Twin Cities. In addition, we always seek trainers who speak Spanish. After reading the Frequently Asked Questions Document, you can apply by submitting a completed Trainer Application Form >>
to PCA National Director of Training, Ruben Nieves
PCA has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity. In that spirit, we are interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people including women, members of ethnic minorities and physically-challenged individuals.
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