Requirements for a Transitional Coaching Permit

A Transitional Coaching Permit is issued when a coaching applicant is unable to meet all of the requirements for a standard Head or Assistant Coach Permit/Endorsement but currently holds, or has been offered, a coaching position in a Wyoming School District. An individual who holds a Transitional Coaching Permit is eligible to coach ONLY in the specific position for which he/she has been hired.

Transitional Coaching Permits are offered in the following areas:
Basketball
Football
Golf
Gymnastics
Skiing
Soccer
Swimming
Tennis
Track/Cross Country
Volleyball
Wrestling

Applying for a Transitional Coaching Permit

In order to apply for a Transitional Coaching Permit, you must meet ALL of the requirements listed below for a Transitional Coaching Permit. (These requirements are in addition to all general application requirements). If you do not meet all the requirements, you are not eligible for a Transitional Coaching Permit.

An applicant who is granted a Transitional Coaching Permit will have three (3) years to complete ALL additional requirements to obtain Head or Assistant Coach.

Download a permit application from our Applications Page.

 

 
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
1.
High School Diploma or GED
High School Diploma or GED
2.
Current 1st Aid/CPR Training
Current 1st Aid/CPR Training
3.
Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
N/A
4.
Employment in a Wyoming School District
Employment in a Wyoming School District

Does PTSB accept credits/courses from the Wyoming Coaches Association’s Summer Clinic to meet the above requirements?

Yes. Any of the required courses may be taken through the summer clinic offered by the Wyoming Coaches Association. You will need to provide copies the Certificate of Completion for EACH course completed. Submit all documentation with your complete PTSB application packet.