Training Youth Leaders For Positive Coaching
Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) plans an orientation workshop for area leaders April 25 in Kahaluu, offering training to influence youths in sports as well as beyond the playing field.
The free program starts at 7 p.m. at KEY Project’s pavilion on Waihee Road and includes dinner provided by KEY and the Queen Liliuokalani Children’s Center. To RSVP for the dinner head count, call 235-7747.
The workshop is part of a series that also includes followups with coaches, parents and youths. According to PCA, the training “will help your organization develop a culture where the behaviors of coaches, parents, fans, players and mentors reflect a commitment to honoring ‘the game.'”
The goal is to assure that youths and others can have positive, character-building experiences in sports and community programs.
The workshop is sponsored by Community Works in 96744, a partnership of the city parks staff, Castle High students, HPD community policing, Hawaii National Guard Counterdrug Office, Hina Mauka, Kane-ohe Kiwanis Club, ‘Olelo Community Television, Kaneohe Community Family Center, PA.R.E.N.T.S. Inc., QLCC and KEY.