CXC TV ™
CXC TV is a resource for parents, athletes, coaches and clubs featuring a variety of videos on a range of topics from general sport education to detailed analysis of the latest techniques.
The Peak Club Conference series is a series of webinars designed with clubs in mind, but is also for parents, coaches, officials and everyone else helping to grow skiing and snowboarding in the United States.
Over this season, monthly webinars will be held to discuss general club-related information, with smaller monthly webinars devoted to sport-specific content. Join in on the monthly calls to learn the latest on everything from introducing young children to snow to dealing with illness and injury.
- SkillsQuest and Development
- Cross Country Training System
- Coaches Education and Club Communications
The following steps are required for Level 100 certification:
- Study the Level 100 Cross Country Coaching Manual and pass the on-line exam
- Participate in a U.S. Ski Team approved technique clinic
- Obtain First Aid/CPR certification*
- Be a current CXC/USSA Certified Coach member
This is the first level of a multi-level cross country-specific coaches education certification system. The curriculum is based on up-to-date practices used by the U.S. Ski Team in the quest for Olympic medals. The course material comes directly from the team's coaches and several of their key partners.
Level 200 Certification focuses primarily on physiology and training methods for developing cross country skiers, while giving coaches more tools to teach effectively and to prepare their athletes for competition. The Level 200 education track consists of a coaching manual with contributions from over fifteen different authors who are experts in the various domains of the course. The manual also covers the coaching principles content that previously was delivered through the American Sport Education Program (ASEP), ultimately saving USSA coaches money while working toward their Level 200 certification. The new Level 200 is delivered through in person clinics by certain regional governing bodies, this is the recommended method for the certification. For those coaches who do not have an in person clinic in their area, the content can be studied online.
Passing the exam and becoming USSA-Certified is an opportunity for individuals to demonstrate their professional competence. Certification is maintained through ongoing membership in USSA and CXC and participation in continuing education activities relevant to coaching.