Event Phone: 504-599-8900
Part 1 (Sport Sciences) will be taught online via Zoom & Part 2 (Event Specific) will be taught in-person at the Gaylord Rockies in Denver, CO
1. For the ONLINE Sport Sciences portion, you’re required to take 1 of 2 available sections:
Monday, November 27th & Tuesday, November 28th from 10:30am – 1:30pm (Central)
Monday, December 4th & Tuesday, December 5th from 6pm – 9pm (Central)
2. For the IN-PERSON Event Specific portion, you’re required to attend all sessions:
Saturday, December 9th from 8am – 10pm (Mountain)
Sunday, December 10th from 8am – 10pm (Mountain)
Monday, December 11th from 8am – 12pm (Mountain)
*Note that recordings of the Sport Sciences will not be available; live participation (working camera & microphone) is required if you wish to take this course.
Part 1 (online) – Nov 27 & 28, 10:30am-1:30pm (Central) OR Dec 4 & 5, 6pm-9pm (Central)
Part 2 (in-person) – Dec 9, 8am-10pm AND Dec 10, 8am-10pm AND Dec 11, 8am-12pm (Mountain)
Part 1 (online) – Taught via Zoom
Part 2 (in-person) – Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center
6700 N Gaylord Rockies Blvd, Aurora, CO 80019
Member Fee – $450
Non-Member Fee – $500
Instructors: Boo Schexnayder, Reuben Jones
Deadline: Course registration closes at 11:55pm (Central) on Friday, November 24th. On-site registration WILL NOT be available.
Questions: Please contact Mary McInnis at email@example.com
The Combined Event Specialist Certification Course (SCC) is a detailed, 36 hour course that covers all issues in technical coaching of the combined events, and examines training design for athletes who compete in multiple Track and Field disciplines. Certification by the USTFCCCA is granted for successfully completing the course and its evaluations. The course is illustrated with pertinent, animated take-home video created specifically for this course, to enhance clarity and understanding. The course has been redesigned to include information on designing training for common track and field event combinations (the sprint-hurdle athlete, the sprint-jump athlete, etc), while continuing its previous focus on the combined events. Topics include training theory, periodization of combined event training, biomechanics of the sprint, hurdle, jumping, throwing, and middle distance events, training components, training design and administration, peripheral training concerns, technical models, and technical teaching in the combined events. In addition the course also examines Multievent training, specifically training plans and arrangements for frequent track and field event doubles and triples such as Sprints and Hurdles, Sprints and Jumps, Hurdles and Jumps, etc.
*Registration must be done under the participant’s account in order to access the course material and exam.
*If you are a non-member who would like to become a member, please complete the Individual Membership form.
TFA306. Combined Event Specialist Certification
November 27, 2023 - December 11, 2023
10:30 am - 1:00 pm