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    • 18 Jul 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 19 Jul 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CECADER, Aguadilla
    Register


    The ISA CIP was established in 1994 as a progressive coach education program. Coaches of children, adults, veterans, athletes with a disability or elite athletes at club, school, regional, state or national level can become more effective coaches through participation in the CIP.

    The global objectives of the ISA Coaching & Instructing Program are:

    To establish an international system of

    ·      Coaching and Instructing Courses, improving the safety and efficacy of Surf and SUP instruction around the world.

    ·      To further develop, through educational programs, a body of knowledge on which Coaches and Instructors may draw.

    ·      To provide Coaches and Instructors with employment opportunities, encouragement and support.

    ·      To advance Surf and SUP coaching and Instructing as a globally standardized and highly professional activity with stringent requirements.

    For the individual, the CIP & FW CIP aims to:

    ·      Increase con dence and competence in coaching ability

    ·      Promote an ongoing progressive improvement of knowledge and expertise

    ·      Incorporate the basics of sports science, enabling a more in-depth approach to coaching

    ·      Promote the use of safe and correct techniques

    ·      Provide a structure to improve communication skills

    ·      Encourage the development of innovative coaching techniques

    ·      Provide quality controlled learning in all training programs

    ·      Increase the enjoyment of sport for coaches and athletes 


    CIP training programs include the following components:

    ·      Coaching principles – fundamentals of coaching and athletic performance

    ·      Sport specific – skills, techniques, strategies and scientific approaches to the particular sport

    ·      Coaching practice – practical coaching and application of coaching principles

    Structure of the CIP

    CIP programs utilise competency based training principles. This includes:

    ·      Competency standards that specify the levels of knowledge and skill required

    ·      Flexibility in education training delivery

    ·      Equitable access to the program and equitable training methods

    ·      Assessment that measures the identified competencies

    ·      A mixture of theory and practical training

    Currency – coaches and of officials must update their accreditation at least every 4 years

    Who delivers and assesses CIP training programs?

    CIP training programs are conducted by ISA selected organizers and course presenters. They are responsible for assessing whether a coach or of official has met the requirements for domestic accreditation at a particular level of training. 

    • 21 Jul 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • DRD, San Juan
    • 20
    Register



    The ISA Judging & Officiating Development Program is a comprehensive educational program that has been identified by leading sporting organizations as the worlds’ best educational practice in the development of quality accredited surfing officials.

    This Program is the result of 15 years of research and development, and is designed to compliment all ISA Development Programs for the benefit of all ISA member nations.

    • 25 Jul 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 26 Jul 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CECADER, Aguadilla
    Registration is closed


    • 25 Jul 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 27 Jul 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CECADER, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
    • 16
    Register


    This Level One course is the cutting industry standard for surf Instructors at quality surf schools around the world. This course has the broadest international appeal and recognition.

    Este curso de Nivel Uno es el más alto estándar de la industria para instructores de surf en escuelas de surf de calidad en todo el mundo. Este curso tiene el atractivo y reconocimiento internacional más amplio.
    • 28 Aug 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 29 Aug 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Cecader, Aguadilla
    Register


    The ISA CIP was established in 1994 as a progressive coach education program. Coaches of children, adults, veterans, athletes with a disability or elite athletes at club, school, regional, state or national level can become more effective coaches through participation in the CIP.

    The global objectives of the ISA Coaching & Instructing Program are:

    To establish an international system of

    ·      Coaching and Instructing Courses, improving the safety and efficacy of surf and SUP instruction around the world.

    ·      To further develop, through educational programs, a body of knowledge on which Coaches and Instructors may draw.

    ·      To provide Coaches and Instructors with employment opportunities, encouragement and support.

    ·      To advance surf and SUP coaching and Instructing as a globally standardized and highly professional activity with stringent requirements.

    For the individual, the CIP & FW CIP aims to:

    ·      Increase con dence and competence in coaching ability

    ·      Promote an ongoing progressive improvement of knowledge and expertise

    ·      Incorporate the basics of sports science, enabling a more in-depth approach to coaching

    ·      Promote the use of safe and correct techniques

    ·      Provide a structure to improve communication skills

    ·      Encourage the development of innovative coaching techniques

    ·      Provide quality controlled learning in all training programs

    ·      Increase the enjoyment of sport for coaches and athletes 


    CIP training programs include the following components:

    ·      Coaching principles – fundamentals of coaching and athletic performance

    ·      Sport specific – skills, techniques, strategies and scientific approaches to the particular sport

    ·      Coaching practice – practical coaching and application of coaching principles

    Structure of the CIP

    CIP programs utilise competency based training principles. This includes:

    ·      Competency standards that specify the levels of knowledge and skill required

    ·      Flexibility in education training delivery

    ·      Equitable access to the program and equitable training methods

    ·      Assessment that measures the identified competencies

    ·      A mixture of theory and practical training

    Currency – coaches and of officials must update their accreditation at least every 4 years

    Who delivers and assesses CIP training programs?

    CIP training programs are conducted by ISA selected organizers and course presenters. They are responsible for assessing whether a coach or of official has met the requirements for domestic accreditation at a particular level of training. 

    • 08 Sep 2018
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Aviones Beach, Loiza
    Register

       open/explorer season

    PUERTO RICO CONFERENCE

    MEMBERSHIP FEE/FORM REQUIREMENT

    • All competitors and participants are required to become current members of NSSA prior to competing in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event.  Competitor and participant must pay annual NSSA membership fee in accordance with the conference/region they wish to compete in. Applicable membership fees must be paid to the NSSA National Office.
    • Competitor will not be allowed to compete in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event until their membership is paid and current. 
    • NSSA membership and/or entry forms must contain a waiver for the NSSA's protection. It is the conference director's responsibility to make sure the waiver is signed before the surfer competes.
    • It is a member's responsibility to enter events they wish to compete in before the contest deadline dates. Conference directors may have to limit contest entries due to beach permit regulations and/or may have to close contest entries due to participation numbers.
    • After Membership is processed by the NSSA National Office, the member can enter the Puerto Rico Conference Event online and register for the desired amount of categories/divisions and events.
      • Once you receive your Welcome email the Puerto Rico Conference Event online check select the categories you would like. Remember age for category as of 01/01/2018
      • When doing multiple registrations please follow these instructions: 
      1. For each transaction except the final one, click the Invoice me button rather than the Pay online button.
      2. For the final transaction, click the Pay online button and all the transactions will be combined into a single payment.
      • Al registrarse en multiples categories por favor siga estas          instrucciones:
      1. Para cada registro de categoria excepto la final que se escoja, presione el botón de "Invoice Me" en vez de "Pay online".
      2. Para su selección final, presione el botón de "Pay Online" y todas las transacciones se combinan en un solo pago.

      NSSA Contest Rules

      1. Questions?
    • 18 Sep 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 19 Sep 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CECADER, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
    • 20
    Register


    This Level One course is the cutting industry standard for surf Instructors at quality surf schools around the world. This course has the broadest international appeal and recognition.

    Este curso de Nivel Uno es el más alto estándar de la industria para instructores de surf en escuelas de surf de calidad en todo el mundo. Este curso tiene el atractivo y reconocimiento internacional más amplio.
    • 20 Sep 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 21 Sep 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • CECADER, Aguadilla
    Registration is closed


    • 29 Sep 2018
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Jobos Beach, Isabela
    Register

       open/explorer season

    PUERTO RICO CONFERENCE

    MEMBERSHIP FEE/FORM REQUIREMENT

    • All competitors and participants are required to become current members of NSSA prior to competing in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event.  Competitor and participant must pay annual NSSA membership fee in accordance with the conference/region they wish to compete in. Applicable membership fees must be paid to the NSSA National Office.
    • Competitor will not be allowed to compete in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event until their membership is paid and current. 
    • NSSA membership and/or entry forms must contain a waiver for the NSSA's protection. It is the conference director's responsibility to make sure the waiver is signed before the surfer competes.
    • It is a member's responsibility to enter events they wish to compete in before the contest deadline dates. Conference directors may have to limit contest entries due to beach permit regulations and/or may have to close contest entries due to participation numbers.
    • After Membership is processed by the NSSA National Office, the member can enter the Puerto Rico Conference Event online and register for the desired amount of categories/divisions and events.
      • Once you receive your Welcome email the Puerto Rico Conference Event online check select the categories you would like. Remember age for category as of 01/01/2018
      • When doing multiple registrations please follow these instructions: 
      1. For each transaction except the final one, click the Invoice me button rather than the Pay online button.
      2. For the final transaction, click the Pay online button and all the transactions will be combined into a single payment.
      • Al registrarse en multiples categories por favor siga estas          instrucciones:
      1. Para cada registro de categoria excepto la final que se escoja, presione el botón de "Invoice Me" en vez de "Pay online".
      2. Para su selección final, presione el botón de "Pay Online" y todas las transacciones se combinan en un solo pago.

      NSSA Contest Rules

      1. Questions?
    • 20 Oct 2018
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Surfers Beach, Aguadilla
    Register

       open/explorer season

    PUERTO RICO CONFERENCE

    MEMBERSHIP FEE/FORM REQUIREMENT

    • All competitors and participants are required to become current members of NSSA prior to competing in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event.  Competitor and participant must pay annual NSSA membership fee in accordance with the conference/region they wish to compete in. Applicable membership fees must be paid to the NSSA National Office.
    • Competitor will not be allowed to compete in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event until their membership is paid and current. 
    • NSSA membership and/or entry forms must contain a waiver for the NSSA's protection. It is the conference director's responsibility to make sure the waiver is signed before the surfer competes.
    • It is a member's responsibility to enter events they wish to compete in before the contest deadline dates. Conference directors may have to limit contest entries due to beach permit regulations and/or may have to close contest entries due to participation numbers.
    • After Membership is processed by the NSSA National Office, the member can enter the Puerto Rico Conference Event online and register for the desired amount of categories/divisions and events.
      • Once you receive your Welcome email the Puerto Rico Conference Event online check select the categories you would like. Remember age for category as of 01/01/2018
      • When doing multiple registrations please follow these instructions: 
      1. For each transaction except the final one, click the Invoice me button rather than the Pay online button.
      2. For the final transaction, click the Pay online button and all the transactions will be combined into a single payment.
      • Al registrarse en multiples categories por favor siga estas          instrucciones:
      1. Para cada registro de categoria excepto la final que se escoja, presione el botón de "Invoice Me" en vez de "Pay online".
      2. Para su selección final, presione el botón de "Pay Online" y todas las transacciones se combinan en un solo pago.

      NSSA Contest Rules

      1. Questions?
    • 27 Oct 2018
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Surfers Beach, Aguadilla
    Register

       open/explorer season

    PUERTO RICO CONFERENCE

    MEMBERSHIP FEE/FORM REQUIREMENT

    • All competitors and participants are required to become current members of NSSA prior to competing in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event.  Competitor and participant must pay annual NSSA membership fee in accordance with the conference/region they wish to compete in. Applicable membership fees must be paid to the NSSA National Office.
    • Competitor will not be allowed to compete in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event until their membership is paid and current. 
    • NSSA membership and/or entry forms must contain a waiver for the NSSA's protection. It is the conference director's responsibility to make sure the waiver is signed before the surfer competes.
    • It is a member's responsibility to enter events they wish to compete in before the contest deadline dates. Conference directors may have to limit contest entries due to beach permit regulations and/or may have to close contest entries due to participation numbers.
    • After Membership is processed by the NSSA National Office, the member can enter the Puerto Rico Conference Event online and register for the desired amount of categories/divisions and events.
      • Once you receive your Welcome email the Puerto Rico Conference Event online check select the categories you would like. Remember age for category as of 01/01/2018
      • When doing multiple registrations please follow these instructions: 
      1. For each transaction except the final one, click the Invoice me button rather than the Pay online button.
      2. For the final transaction, click the Pay online button and all the transactions will be combined into a single payment.
      • Al registrarse en multiples categories por favor siga estas          instrucciones:
      1. Para cada registro de categoria excepto la final que se escoja, presione el botón de "Invoice Me" en vez de "Pay online".
      2. Para su selección final, presione el botón de "Pay Online" y todas las transacciones se combinan en un solo pago.

      NSSA Contest Rules

      1. Questions?
    • 03 Nov 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
    • DRD, San Juan
    • 1
    Registration is closed



    The ISA Judging & Officiating Development Program is a comprehensive educational program that has been identified by leading sporting organizations as the worlds’ best educational practice in the development of quality accredited surfing officials.

    This Program is the result of 15 years of research and development, and is designed to compliment all ISA Development Programs for the benefit of all ISA member nations.

    • 10 Nov 2018
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Wilderness Beach, Aguadilla
    Register

       open/explorer season

    PUERTO RICO CONFERENCE

    MEMBERSHIP FEE/FORM REQUIREMENT

    • All competitors and participants are required to become current members of NSSA prior to competing in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event.  Competitor and participant must pay annual NSSA membership fee in accordance with the conference/region they wish to compete in. Applicable membership fees must be paid to the NSSA National Office.
    • Competitor will not be allowed to compete in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event until their membership is paid and current. 
    • NSSA membership and/or entry forms must contain a waiver for the NSSA's protection. It is the conference director's responsibility to make sure the waiver is signed before the surfer competes.
    • It is a member's responsibility to enter events they wish to compete in before the contest deadline dates. Conference directors may have to limit contest entries due to beach permit regulations and/or may have to close contest entries due to participation numbers.
    • After Membership is processed by the NSSA National Office, the member can enter the Puerto Rico Conference Event online and register for the desired amount of categories/divisions and events.
      • Once you receive your Welcome email the Puerto Rico Conference Event online check select the categories you would like. Remember age for category as of 01/01/2018
      • When doing multiple registrations please follow these instructions: 
      1. For each transaction except the final one, click the Invoice me button rather than the Pay online button.
      2. For the final transaction, click the Pay online button and all the transactions will be combined into a single payment.
      • Al registrarse en multiples categories por favor siga estas          instrucciones:
      1. Para cada registro de categoria excepto la final que se escoja, presione el botón de "Invoice Me" en vez de "Pay online".
      2. Para su selección final, presione el botón de "Pay Online" y todas las transacciones se combinan en un solo pago.

      NSSA Contest Rules

      1. Questions?
    • 15 Nov 2018
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Domes Beach, Rincon


    MORE INFO COMING SOON! 

    • 26 Jan 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • La Pared beach, Luquillo
    Register

       open/explorer season

    PUERTO RICO CONFERENCE

    MEMBERSHIP FEE/FORM REQUIREMENT

    • All competitors and participants are required to become current members of NSSA prior to competing in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event.  Competitor and participant must pay annual NSSA membership fee in accordance with the conference/region they wish to compete in. Applicable membership fees must be paid to the NSSA National Office.
    • Competitor will not be allowed to compete in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event until their membership is paid and current. 
    • NSSA membership and/or entry forms must contain a waiver for the NSSA's protection. It is the conference director's responsibility to make sure the waiver is signed before the surfer competes.
    • It is a member's responsibility to enter events they wish to compete in before the contest deadline dates. Conference directors may have to limit contest entries due to beach permit regulations and/or may have to close contest entries due to participation numbers.
    • After Membership is processed by the NSSA National Office, the member can enter the Puerto Rico Conference Event online and register for the desired amount of categories/divisions and events.
      • Once you receive your Welcome email the Puerto Rico Conference Event online check select the categories you would like. Remember age for category as of 01/01/2018
      • When doing multiple registrations please follow these instructions: 
      1. For each transaction except the final one, click the Invoice me button rather than the Pay online button.
      2. For the final transaction, click the Pay online button and all the transactions will be combined into a single payment.
      • Al registrarse en multiples categories por favor siga estas          instrucciones:
      1. Para cada registro de categoria excepto la final que se escoja, presione el botón de "Invoice Me" en vez de "Pay online".
      2. Para su selección final, presione el botón de "Pay Online" y todas las transacciones se combinan en un solo pago.

      NSSA Contest Rules

      1. Questions?
    • 09 Feb 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Domes Beach, Rincon
    Register

       open/explorer season

    PUERTO RICO CONFERENCE

    MEMBERSHIP FEE/FORM REQUIREMENT

    • All competitors and participants are required to become current members of NSSA prior to competing in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event.  Competitor and participant must pay annual NSSA membership fee in accordance with the conference/region they wish to compete in. Applicable membership fees must be paid to the NSSA National Office.
    • Competitor will not be allowed to compete in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event until their membership is paid and current. 
    • NSSA membership and/or entry forms must contain a waiver for the NSSA's protection. It is the conference director's responsibility to make sure the waiver is signed before the surfer competes.
    • It is a member's responsibility to enter events they wish to compete in before the contest deadline dates. Conference directors may have to limit contest entries due to beach permit regulations and/or may have to close contest entries due to participation numbers.
    • After Membership is processed by the NSSA National Office, the member can enter the Puerto Rico Conference Event online and register for the desired amount of categories/divisions and events.
      • Once you receive your Welcome email the Puerto Rico Conference Event online check select the categories you would like. Remember age for category as of 01/01/2018
      • When doing multiple registrations please follow these instructions: 
      1. For each transaction except the final one, click the Invoice me button rather than the Pay online button.
      2. For the final transaction, click the Pay online button and all the transactions will be combined into a single payment.
      • Al registrarse en multiples categories por favor siga estas          instrucciones:
      1. Para cada registro de categoria excepto la final que se escoja, presione el botón de "Invoice Me" en vez de "Pay online".
      2. Para su selección final, presione el botón de "Pay Online" y todas las transacciones se combinan en un solo pago.

      NSSA Contest Rules

      1. Questions?
    • 23 Feb 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Surfers Beach, Aguadilla
    Register

       open/explorer season

    PUERTO RICO CONFERENCE

    MEMBERSHIP FEE/FORM REQUIREMENT

    • All competitors and participants are required to become current members of NSSA prior to competing in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event.  Competitor and participant must pay annual NSSA membership fee in accordance with the conference/region they wish to compete in. Applicable membership fees must be paid to the NSSA National Office.
    • Competitor will not be allowed to compete in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event until their membership is paid and current. 
    • NSSA membership and/or entry forms must contain a waiver for the NSSA's protection. It is the conference director's responsibility to make sure the waiver is signed before the surfer competes.
    • It is a member's responsibility to enter events they wish to compete in before the contest deadline dates. Conference directors may have to limit contest entries due to beach permit regulations and/or may have to close contest entries due to participation numbers.
    • After Membership is processed by the NSSA National Office, the member can enter the Puerto Rico Conference Event online and register for the desired amount of categories/divisions and events.
      • Once you receive your Welcome email the Puerto Rico Conference Event online check select the categories you would like. Remember age for category as of 01/01/2018
      • When doing multiple registrations please follow these instructions: 
      1. For each transaction except the final one, click the Invoice me button rather than the Pay online button.
      2. For the final transaction, click the Pay online button and all the transactions will be combined into a single payment.
      • Al registrarse en multiples categories por favor siga estas          instrucciones:
      1. Para cada registro de categoria excepto la final que se escoja, presione el botón de "Invoice Me" en vez de "Pay online".
      2. Para su selección final, presione el botón de "Pay Online" y todas las transacciones se combinan en un solo pago.

      NSSA Contest Rules

      1. Questions?
    • 09 Mar 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Surfers Beach, Aguadilla
    Register

       open/explorer season

    PUERTO RICO CONFERENCE

    MEMBERSHIP FEE/FORM REQUIREMENT

    • All competitors and participants are required to become current members of NSSA prior to competing in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event.  Competitor and participant must pay annual NSSA membership fee in accordance with the conference/region they wish to compete in. Applicable membership fees must be paid to the NSSA National Office.
    • Competitor will not be allowed to compete in any NSSA Puerto Rico Conference event until their membership is paid and current. 
    • NSSA membership and/or entry forms must contain a waiver for the NSSA's protection. It is the conference director's responsibility to make sure the waiver is signed before the surfer competes.
    • It is a member's responsibility to enter events they wish to compete in before the contest deadline dates. Conference directors may have to limit contest entries due to beach permit regulations and/or may have to close contest entries due to participation numbers.
    • After Membership is processed by the NSSA National Office, the member can enter the Puerto Rico Conference Event online and register for the desired amount of categories/divisions and events.
      • Once you receive your Welcome email the Puerto Rico Conference Event online check select the categories you would like. Remember age for category as of 01/01/2018
      • When doing multiple registrations please follow these instructions: 
      1. For each transaction except the final one, click the Invoice me button rather than the Pay online button.
      2. For the final transaction, click the Pay online button and all the transactions will be combined into a single payment.
      • Al registrarse en multiples categories por favor siga estas          instrucciones:
      1. Para cada registro de categoria excepto la final que se escoja, presione el botón de "Invoice Me" en vez de "Pay online".
      2. Para su selección final, presione el botón de "Pay Online" y todas las transacciones se combinan en un solo pago.

      NSSA Contest Rules

      1. Questions?

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