1 SANDWICH SOCCER club . End-of-Season coach and Assistant coach Evaluation Form The SANDWICH SOCCER club (the SSC) is committed to providing all SSC players with volunteer coaches, assistant coaches, and team managers who are always eager to provide their time, enthusiasm, and experience in the sport of SOCCER (and other team sports) for the benefit of our many players. We seek coaches who will provide their players, regardless of player age, with opportunities for individual technical skill development, improved team play, increased fitness and strength, a greater understanding of the game, and increased confidence, while providing these opportunities in an encouraging, constructive, safe, competitive, and always enjoyable environment. In order to ensure that we are providing our players with coaches that are providing these opportunities, we ask parents and players every year following completion of the season to provide and evaluation of their respective coaches (both head coach and assistant coach ).
2 The SSC Board members use the information in the evaluations we receive from you during our yearly selection and approval of both age group directors and coaches for the next season. We request that you be a part of this important process by completing this evaluation form and returning it to the SSC. All information you return can be submitted anonymously and will be confidential. Thank you in advance for your responses! _____. On a scale of 1-5 (with 1 being poor and 5 being excellent), please let us know how your child's coaches fared in these key areas. We have left space where we would like to read what opinions the players themselves had. coach Name: _____ Age Group: (ex: U-15 Girls). Assistant coach Name: _____. PLAYER TO COMPLETE THIS SECTION: 1. Did you enjoy playing this past season? Yes No If not, please explain below. 2. Did you feel you improved your abilities over the season? Yes No 3. Did you enjoy the PTUSA Individual team and/or technical Yes No development training sessions.
3 If not, please explain below. 4. Did your coach treat you the same as other players on your team? Yes No If not, please explain below. Player's Comments: 1 Revised July 2012. PARENT(s) TO COMPLETE THIS SECTION: (1 being poor to 5 being excellent) coach Assistant 1. Did the coaches strive to make the season an enjoyable 12345 12345. and positive learning experience for ALL players? Comments: 2. Did the coaches place the welfare of the players over 12345 12345. their own desire to win? Comments: 3. Did the coaches strive to treat the players equally 12345 12345. in terms of: a. Playing time? b. Developing technique and skill? c. Promoting player self esteem/confidence? Comments: 4. Was the coaches' approach to the players appropriate 12345 12345. for the age and skill-level of the team? Comments: 5. Were the coaches well-prepared and on time for 12345 12345. practices and matches? Comments: 6. Were the coaches holding an appropriate number of 12345 12345. team practices during the week?
4 Comments: 7. Did the coaches always set a positive example regarding: 12345 12345. Sportsmanship and fair play Respect for the Rules of the game and league rules Respect for Referees Respect for Opponents Respect for Teammates Comments: 2 Revised July 2012. 8. Please rate the coaches sideline demeanor 12345 12345. (1 being not appropriate and 5 being respectful, under control, and aware). Comments: 9. Did the coach take advantage of the PTUSA-led team training Yes No opportunities? If not, why not? 10. Was your Age Group Director (AGD) helpful prior to and Yes No during the season? 11. Please provide other comments you may have: Name of Parent/Guardian (optional) _____. May we contact you directly regarding your responses? Yes No Thank you for taking time to help us with this evaluation. All information in your response will be kept confidential Please return the form by mail ASAP to: SANDWICH SOCCER club Box 258. E. SANDWICH , MA 02537. Attention: VP coach & Player Development Or return by email to: Sincerely, Mike Ball SSC VP of coach and Player Development 3 Revised July 2012.