Coaching Resources
The Wisconsin Forensic Coaches' Association wants to make schools' programs successful by offering information, mentorship, and resources.

The Program Assistance Committee is available to answer questions and provide mentorship for new and existing coaches. Contact Jon Balcerak or Malyssa Gabrielson, Committee Co-Chairs.

Additionally, any of the WFCA Officers and Executive Committee members can provide assistance.
Coaching Clinics are an opportunity to meet with other Wisconsin coaches to learn about current WFCA issues. Coaching clinic attendance is a requirement for a team's entry at the state tournament.

The WFCA Handbook contains bylaws, history, category rules, ballots, coaching awards, student congress guides, and tournament documents.


WFCA Judges' Handbook

Documents from Coaching Clinics
The WFCA New Coaches' Handbook provides insight into the forensics world in Wisconsin and what coaches need to know regarding managing and coaching a team.
Video Library of past State Tournament Power Rounds
The WFCA Video Library has selected semifinal or final rounds of the WFCA State Tournament. It is available online as a benefit to member coaches. Coaches are encouraged to use these videos as coaching tools. Newly added from the 2016 State Tournament: Semifinals in Moments in History and Finals in Group Interpretation of Literature.

Online Videos:

WFCA at 40: Coaches reflect on the impact of forenscis, and scenes from the 2010 State Tournament
Reflections on Judging: Former WFCA star students reflect on aspects of good judging