Webinar: What is Copyright and Why Is It Important to Your Coaching Business?
What is Copyright and Why Is It Important to Your Coaching Business?
As a coach, you have worked hard to develop your training knowledge and methodologies. And like most if not all coaches, you may have published training information on personal or similar websites. This webinar from published Olympic cycling and triathlon coach Gale Bernhardt will help you protect your intellectual information. Bernhardt will share basic copyright terms and what to include in your author agreements, an essential element for any writing completed when writing for another party. Capitalize on your triathlon training knowledge while avoiding having others take advantage of you. A live Q&A session with Bernhardt will be held at the end of the webinar where she will tackle your questions.
Gale Bernhardt traveled to Athens, Greece as the 2004 USA Triathlon Olympic Coach for both the men's and women's triathlon teams. This honor was in addition to the selection by USA Triathlon as the 2003 Pan American Games Coach for both the men's and women's teams.
Her first Olympic experience was as a personal cycling coach at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.
Gale has instructed or coached athletes since 1974. She has a BS degree from Colorado State University, is certified as an Elite Coach by USA Cycling and a Level III Coach by USA Triathlon. She was among the first, small, group of Level III coaches certified. She has served as the Chairperson for the National Coaching Committee for USA Triathlon for five consecutive years and is one of only a few, select USA Triathlon World Cup coaches.
Gale uses her education and experience to help endurance athletes meet their race-related goals. Athletes utilizing her personal guidance include Olympic and professional cyclists; top national-level masters road racers, ultra-endurance cyclists, runners and multisport racers. Her athletes have placed at Olympic Trials and National Championships. She has coached multisport athletes to podium finishes at world championship events and others have traveled to the Hawaii Ironman competition.
She is a regular columnist for several print and online magazines. For example, she has articles in, but not limited to, Triathlete, the Active.com newsletters ( Triathlete, Cyclist, Insider, Runner and Women) Inside Triathlon, Rocky Mountain Sports and Fitness and the VeloNews Gear Guide.
She is recognized as an endurance exercise authority, with interviews in Outside, Runner's World, Bicycling, Her Sports, USA Today, Muscle and Fitness, HERS for Women, Newsday and Cooking Light to name a few.
Her books, The Female Cyclist: Gearing Up a Level and Training Plans for Multisport Athletes are best sellers. Her third book, Triathlon Training Basics released in 2004 is the most recent hot-selling book nationally and internationally, going to foreign book rights very quickly. She is also responsible for the Workouts in a Binder® product and co-authored the first edition of swim workouts for triathletes.
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members, Coaches and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Sep. 18, 2014
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST
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