Career Series

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Michael W. Favre, MEd, CSCS, RSCC*D, presents, "Becoming a Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach"

Part 1: Traits and Abilities

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Coach Favre speaks at the 2013 NSCA National Conference. In this first of four videos, he will go over some of the traits and abilities that make a good collegiate strength and conditioning coach, including communication, attention to detail, initiative, and integrity.

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Part 2: Formal Education

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Coach Favre speaks at the 2013 NSCA National Conference. In this second video Coach Favre discuss the requirements of formal education at the collegiate level including some of the minimal requirements and to what is expect of his staff at the University of Michigan.

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Part 3: Further Education

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Coach Favre speaks at the 2013 NSCA National Conference. In this video, Coach Favre covers furthering your education through certification, courses & workshops, networking, symposiums & conference, personal study, and developing the competency through practice.

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Part 4: Experience

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Coach Favre speaks at the 2013 NSCA National Conference. In this final video, Coach Favre covers the experience that is required to succeed as a collegiate strength and conditioning coach including technical proficiency, coaching, leadership, weight room management and internships/grad assistantships.

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