We saw that there were a lot of good coaches out there who were struggling as a Head Coach, not just because of on-the-court results. They weren’t successful in, for example, managing and delegating to staff, relationship building with their administration, or strategic scheduling. There were numerous clinics that focused on the on-the-court aspects of coaching, but those who have been a Head Coach understand that so much more goes into the position. HCTC was founded to help coaches better understand, be more prepared for, and thrive in handling those additional off-the-court responsibilities, as well as the search and interview process. In doing so, we wanted a well-rounded experience for coaches to learn from not just head coaches, but from athletic administrators and search firms as well.
HCTC focuses exclusively on off-the-court development for coaches, as well provides an invaluable networking opportunity between coaches, athletic administrators, conference commissioners, and search firm executives.
Absolutely not. HCTC’s exclusive focus on off-the-court professional development provides a unique and valuable learning opportunity for both current head coaches and assistant coaches who aspire to one day obtain a Head Coach position. Numerous head coaches from all collegiate levels have attended HCTC to learn proven strategies to be the most successful in their current role as a Head Coach.
If their ultimate goal is to become a Head Coach, it is never too early to learn and implement successful strategies. Hearing exactly what you go through on a daily basis as a Head Coach will help them better relate to you in your role. They will also learn critical responsibilities associated with being a Head Coach, which will make your job easier by allowing you to more easily delegate to them and allow them to take more ownership of those responsibilities.
Yes. Registration is limited to 100 registrants. One of the aspects that makes HCTC special is the intimate learning and networking environment. We want attendees to be comfortable in asking questions and taking advantage of networking opportunities with our incredible speakers. That is a lot easier to do when you are one of 100 registrants instead of one of several hundred.
Registration is currently available via this link.
With the Assist offers scholarship opportunities for those currently enrolled in bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, as well as part-time, non-Division I assistant coaches, who desire to further their education in the coaching profession and develop as leaders and mentors of student-athletes. You can find more info on With the Assist scholarships via this link.
The opportunity to sponsor a With the Assist HCTC scholarship is also available via the registration form.
If you would like to sponsor more than one With the Assist HCTC scholarship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarship donations to With the Assist are tax-deductible (please consult with your tax preparer for further information), as With the Assist is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization – EIN #: 86-2217795.
The transfer of registration is only allowed one time at no cost, and may only be transferred by the original registrant.
A registration that has already been transferred once may no longer be transferred a second time and no refund will be provided.
Any requests to transfer a registration must be submitted by the original registrant via email to email@example.com.
If you’ve already been to HCTC, you know that our speakers are very open and tell intimate stories. We want to ensure that all speakers feel comfortable and confident when sharing information and stories with attendees and not feel they need to watch what they say because it is or will be available for viewing elsewhere.
In the weeks prior to HCTC23, you will receive a link via email to create a Whova account and then be able to access all of the content available in the HCTC23 event app.
Access the Whova event platform (sponsored by INFLCR) weeks prior to, during, and post-HCTC23 to view information and for enhanced networking opportunities well beyond the three-day event
Access all HCTC23 documents and information
Obtain real-time push notifications to instantly make you aware of important updates
SmartProfiles, which enables you to add and edit your personal profile, learn about other attendees, directly communicate with other attendees via in-app messaging, and exchange contact information via e-business cards with other attendees
Maximize networking opportunities through Attendee Matchmaking, where Whova recommends others with commonalities including professional and educational background, location, and interests
Access the Community Board to start discussions, share thoughts, ask questions, and “Suggest a Meet” to coordinate meet-ups at HCTC23
Use the Twitter tool to easily share your thoughts with those outside the event, with the #HCTC23 hashtag automatically added to your tweets
Visit virtual booths via the Sponsor Showcase, which allows you to view sponsor videos, photos, marketing materials, giveaways, and special offers, as well as chat with sponsors
HCTC has every intention of holding an in-person event at Margaritaville Resort Orlando. We will continue to regularly monitor developments regarding COVID, including the safety guidance and statements issued by the CDC and WHO. However, if HCTC23 is not able to occur in person, HCTC23 will be held virtually through the Whova platform, similar to HCTC21.
HCTC has every intention of holding an in-person event at Margaritaville Resort Orlando; however, a non-refundable amount of $100.00 is included in the registration price, which will be applied towards a virtual event through the Whova platform if it becomes necessary to cancel the in-person event. Registrants will be refunded the remaining portion of their original registration fee payment.
We will continue to regularly monitor developments regarding COVID, including safety guidance and statements issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the state of Florida, and Osceola County (FL). Any specific COVID safety measures and requirements will be announced closer to HCTC23, which may include but not be limited to face coverings and social distancing.
If you’d like to be put on an email list with other HCTC attendees looking to share a hotel room, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will email you each time a new name is added to the email list. In addition to two bed rooms, there will also be a few two-bedroom cottages available at Margaritaville Resort Orlando.