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NFHS, NCAA TEAM TO OFFER COURSE
ON INITIAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
A course that can help shed light on the initial eligibility process for prospective college student-athletes has been developed by a unique partnership.
The NCAA Eligibility Center Coaching Education course has been jointly developed by the Eligibility Center and the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), both of which are based in Indianapolis. The course is designed to educate high school teachers and coaches, as well as counselors and parents, about the NCAA's initial eligibility requirements.
After completing the course, one will be more prepared to advise student-athletes about the necessary steps to become certified to compete in NCAA Divisions I and II athletics.
Coaches can start and complete a course immediately after a course purchase is approved, and will have up to one year after purchase to review and access all printable resources.
The course can be found at the National Federation web site where a number of similar resources on other topics can be found: www.nfhslearn.com.