USA Wrestling Bronze Clinic Schedu...

Bronze Clinic Scheduled in Charleston South Carolina

By Ted Witulski | April 18, 2002, 12 a.m. (ET)

Bishop England High School 363 Seven Farms Drive Charleston, S.C. Friday May 3rd 6-10pm Saturday May 4th 9am - conclusion Saturday Special Guest Clinician: Rick Tucci, President USWOA Registration Contact: Ron Donlick 1-843-881-9795 cell# 1-843-819-7017 Directions: Take I-26 East to I-526 [towards Mt. Pleasant, S.C., take the Daniel Island exit, turn right at the stop light, go about 1 mile and the school will be on your left, the gym is in the rear of the building. Join us! USA Wrestling invites active wrestling enthusiasts to attend a Bronze Level Certification course in you area. The National Coaches Education Program offers wrestling coaches a great way to be deeply involved with the sport of wrestling. USA Wrestling as the National Governing Body of amateur wrestling can open the doors to wrestling coaches and athletes to learn more about the world's oldest and greatest sport. USAWrestling requires NCEP Certification for coaches to participate in state, regional, national, and international events. If you're an active wrestling coach, you need to get NCEP certified! USA Wrestling's Coaches Education Program is designed to give coaches a foundation of successful coaching principles to help grow the base of amateur wrestling throughout the country. The National Coaches Education Program (NCEP) certified over 1,100 coaches nationally last year at the Bronze Level. By completing the certification process at the Bronze Level [$50], you will receive the Bronze Certified Card, and Certificate allowing you to coach at USA Wrestling events across the country. Also, you will receive for future reference the Coach's Guide to Excellence, a $30 value. Finally, as an added bonus for completing the Bronze level, you will receive the official Bronze Certified Coach's shirt, a $25 value. Coaches who are Bronze certified are leaders in the wrestling community and are then encouraged to pursue further education through NCEP by completing the Silver and Gold levels. Once, a coach is Bronze certified he/she can attend the National Coaches Colleges held annually. The Coaches College is a five-day intensive study of the sport of wrestling. For more information on the National Coaches Education Program, contact NCEP Manager, Ted Witulski at or call (719) 598-8181.