Fast Track for College Coaching, Interviewing and the Job Process, Course 4by Randy Brown
The #1 question I'm asked by coaches is, "How do I become a college basketball coach?"
There is no manual, book, or college course you can take to learn the answer. That's why I created Elite Coach Mentoring. Then coaches asked if they could "see" what my mentoring program was all about before becoming a member of ECM. Fast Track to College Coaching was designed to give you all the information you'll need to get started.
You can choose to take ONE course at a time, or take the entire Fast Track program which includes all 5 courses in one. The choice is yours!
Fast Track is designed to teach you the skills needed to move you quickly toward your first job. Our goal is to help you get your foot in the door as soon as possible. If you want to be a college coach within 12 months the Fast Track course can get you there. Fast Track’s four hours of content can be watched on your computer making it convenient for you and your schedule. You are just one step away.
This is the first of 5 courses is entitled "Making the Decision." Before you invest in your career, this session can help you decide if this career is for you. Once you finish this course you will be ready to move forward into session 2. You can look forward to a Fast Start down the path of this exciting career.
Randy Brown is recognized as the #1 college coaching mentor in the basketball industry. He has dedicated his life to the game and to helping others reach their dreams. He has assisted over 100 coaches in his mentoring program and that list grows every month. His 18 years in college basketball highlights a successful 30-year career. Coaching positions at Arizona, Iowa State, Marquette, Drake, and Miami of Ohio fill his resume. Mentored by Basketball Hall of Fame coach Lute Olson at Arizona, he learned the game from the best. At 39, Randy became the head coach at Division I Stetson University in Deland, Florida. His career efforts have helped develop 12 NBA players including Steve Kerr, Sean Elliott, and Jaamal Tinsley. Over the years he has authored over 50 articles on coaching basketball and has taught over 24,000 young players in summer camps and clinics. His work has been published in Scholastic Coach and Athletic Director, Winning Hoops, National Federation of Athletic Directors, Ohio HS Coaches Association Bulletin, and The Des Moines Register. His Clinic speaking resume includes 16 appearances across the country including the NABC Coaches Convention, Iowa HS Basketball Coaches Association, Florida HS Coaches Association. He works as a basketball consultant and mentor for coaches, author and public speaker. Randy, 57, and his wife, Mary Jo, have two daughters, Claire and Jane, and live in Ames, Iowa.