Badger Region is proud to again host a national CAP clinic in 2017 for coaching education. This opportunity comes to Wisconsin once every other year, and this year it will be Dec. 2-3 at Middleton High School in Middleton, Wis.

CAP is a unique opportunity to receive 12 hours of combined on-court and classroom training from a cadre of four elite-level coaches from around the country. This year’s cadre of coaches includes Marourane Jafir (Delaware United VBC/University of Pennsylvania), Don Burroughs (Ohio Valley Region Director of Education), Eric Hodgson (Arizona Region Director Education) and Michelle Goodall (Iowa Region).

The CAP clinic is a great opportunity to network and collaborate with other coaches from around the Midwest. Saturday’s lunch is also included in the cost of the clinic. Costs are $265 for CAP I ($315 for a non USAV member) and $360 for CAP II ($410 for a non USAV member).

Dates: Dec. 2-3 (at Middleton High School)

2017 Cadre: Marouane Jafir, Eric Hodgson, Don Burroughs, and Michelle Goodall.

Registration Information:



Recertification Students

Host Hotel:  The Badger Region has secured a block of hotel rooms at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Madison West (1109 Fourier Drive, Madison, WI) at a rate of $104/night — which includes breakfast and five waterpark passes for Friday, Dec. 1, and Saturday, Dec. 2. The block is under USA Volleyball Coaching Clinic. Expiration date of the block is Nov. 17. Call 608-826-0500 or click HERE to book at this rate in this room block. Special hotel accommodations can be made for those traveling from over 150 miles away (must contact the Region office by Nov. 17 to receive free hotel room courtesy of the Badger Region).

Notes: If a Badger Region club has four or more coaches, you can receive a registration discount. Please email cap@usav.org if interested in this.

The USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation Program (USAV-CAP) provides an opportunity for professional preparation and advancement for the volleyball coach. The curriculum addresses the essential topics for the volunteer to the internationally aspiring coach.

Each course level includes a special emphasis on building the foundation and creation of a well-prepared coach. This knowledge, coupled with hands-on coaching experience, creates an ideal learning experience. USAV-CAP has been helping coaches further their coaching education since 1998. In that time, more than 35,000 coaches have taken USAV-CAP courses across the United States. We expect the USAV-CAP experience to be great for you and your community.