Do you want the opportunity to learn from some of America’s most successful high school football coaches?
The AFCA High School Coaches Academy features a lineup of speakers with almost 20 state championships. On January 6, 2013, during the AFCA National Convention, speakers such as Frank Lenti (IL), Todd Dodge (TX), Franklin Stephens (GA), D.W. Rutledge (TX), Rodney Saulsberry (TN) and many more will present on a variety of topics relevant to being successful in the high school football coaching profession.
Also featured in the Academy will be the National High School Coaches Forum. This 60 minute event will feature NCAA representatives speaking on matters that affect those in the high school ranks. Through the AFCA, the nation’s high school football coaches have a voice with regard to NCAA issues.
In addition to the High School Coaches Academy, the AFCA National Convention will feature more than 75 speakers on subjects such as injury prevention, character development, social issues, X’s & O’s, team development, career management and many more.
The AFCA High School Coaches Academy and National Convention will take place January 6-9, 2013 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. Join more than 5000 football coaches from all areas of the profession as they gather to sharpen their skills and enhance their influence. You can also earn professional development hours for your attendance.
AFCA membership and convention registration is only $90 if paid by December 10th. Consider this a relatively small investment for the huge responsibility of influencing America’s youth. For more information, please visit www.afca.com and click on Become a Member. If you have any questions, please call the AFCA office at 254-754-9900.