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What is CAP?

The Coaching Accreditation Program is a comprehensive, multi-level coaching education program that covers all aspects of coaching and teaching volleyball. Both Level 1 and 2 courses focus on the critical athlete performance principles in coaching. Note: You must first have an active Level 1 accreditation to attend Level 2.

Level I Home Equivalency Target audience: This course is limited to well-experienced coaches who have taken prior coaching education foundation course work and who are determined by the USAV-CAP Office to possess established competencies in facilitating athlete development.
Level I Certification Target audience: All coaching and teaching levels, especially if people have had no or limited formal coaching education courses.
Content presented: ASEP Coaching Principles, skills, games and drills, basic systems, practice management.
Level II Certification Target audience: Level 1 accredited coaches.
New content introduced: Emphasis on team systems, blocking and setting development; problem solving, social issues.
Level III Certification Target audience: Open to all CAP Level II Accredited Coaches of all teaching/coaching levels and experience. Check with USAV CAP National Office for updates.

Renewing an Existing CAP Certification

CAP Level I Home Equivalency Recertification: Once the CAP II course is attended the CAP I certification will become active for 4 years or until the CAP II certification is achieved. Certification at any level is good for one quad (4 years). If the CAP II certification is not finished within 12 months of attending the course, the coach's CAP I will still be in effect for the remainder of the certification quad. Prior to the end of that 4 year quad, the coach must take steps to either:

CAP Level I Recertification: Once the CAP I course is attended the coach has 12 months to finish the requirements and achieve certification. Certification is good for one quad (4 years). Prior to the end of that 4 year quad, to stay current the coach must take steps to either:

CAP Level II Recertification: Once the CAP II course is attended the coach has 12 months to finish the requirements and achieve certification. Certification is good for one quad (4 years). Prior to the end of that 4 year quad, to stay current the coach must take steps to either:

CAP Level III Recertification: Once the CAP III course is attended the coach has 12 months to implement the required Project and achieve certification. Certification is good for one quad (4 years). Prior to the end of that 4 year quad, to stay current the coach must take steps to either:

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