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  • Football Coaches
    4/15/2014

    WIAA | Washington Interscholastic Activities Association
    AD's,

    Please forward to your football coaching staffs.

    Greetings,

    The Seattle Seahawks in conjunction with WIAA, USA Football and the Washington State Football Coaches Association (WSFCA) is offering an opportunity to High School and Middle School football coaches to attend an Introduction to “Heads Up Football”.



    Where: Seattle Seahawks training facility (VMAC)

    When: Wednesday, May 14th – 5:30 to 7:30pm

    Registration: No fee to attend

    Clock Hours: WIAA will provide three (3) coaching clock hours for attending.

    How to Register – Click on this link and submit your registration.


    http://www.wiaa.com/FormEntry.aspx?ID=90



    Only the first 150 registrants will be allowed to attend.



    What is “Heads Up Football”?

    Heads Up Football is made up of these Key Components

    Education and Certification

    Equipment Fitting

    Concussion Recognition & Awareness

    Heat & Hydration

    Heads Up Tackling



    The game of football is under attack. We have an obligation to our players, schools and community to do what we can to improve safety. The overall approach and the specific techniques within the Heads Up Football program are the steps we need to take to improve head safety in tackle football. The effort to teach effective, yet safe tackling and blocking techniques can only have positive benefits for our players at the youth, middle school, high school, college and professional levels.


    Looking forward to seeing you at this event.

    Thanks

    John