U.S. Soccer to Host Four "C Retest" Centers This Spring
U.S Soccer Federation to Host Four “C Retest” Centers This Spring; Coaches Who Previously Received “Not Ready” Result Can Retest to Obtain National “C” License
CHICAGO (March 16, 2012) â€” U.S. Soccerâ€™s Coaching Department is conducting four â€œC Retestâ€ Centers this spring. The â€œC Retestâ€ Center allows candidates who received a â€œNot Readyâ€ grade in a previously completed â€œCâ€ License course to retest their â€œNot Readyâ€ component at a U.S. Soccer-hosted regional test site. Once a â€œPassâ€ grade is received for each component during the retest, the candidate will receive a U.S. Soccer National â€œCâ€ License.Â
Coaches are eligible to retest after a period of six months from the completion of their previously attended â€œCâ€ license course or retest. There are no limitations placed on the amount of times a coach may retest; however, there is a waiting period of six months between each retest attempt.
A typical retest course begins on a Friday evening with a field session review followed by a classroom review. Field practical exams begin on Saturday. Coaches must attend the Friday night review in order to test the following day.
The â€œC Retestâ€ is being offered in four locations this spring during the following dates:
|Region I||March 30-31||New Castle, Del.|
|Region II||April 21-22||Georgetown, Ky.|
|Region III||April 27-28||Tulsa, Okla.|
|Region IV||May 11-12||Carson, Calif.|