The Coaches Association of BC will be hosting all six Competition Coach modules in Vancouver at Langara College. This is the only method through which coaches will be able to complete these modules, one of the requirements within the Competition Coach context. (See this page for how/where these modules fit into the certification process).
As a quick reminder, Competition Coach is the replacement for the "old" NCCP Level 3, and will be a pre-requisite for some Provincial Teams selections, most notably, Canada Games.
|Leading Drug Free Sport||Mar 25||6PM-10PM||G100||40||Register Online|
|Developing Athletic Abilities||Mar 26; 27||6PM-9PM; 9AM-5PM||G100||85||Register Online|
|Prevention & Recovery||Mar 28||9AM-5PM||G100||60||Register Online|
|Managing Conflict||Apr 8||6:30-10PM||G100||40||Register Online|
|Coaching & Leading Effectively||Apr 9; 10||6:30-9PM; 9AM-5PM||G100||80||Register Online|
|Psychology of Performance||Apr 11||9AM-5PM||G100||70||Register Online|
If you or your coaches have any questions regarding these modules please contact Will Stewart, Coach Education Manager at the Coaches Association of BC by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (604) 333.3600 ext 1.
Thank you and I look forward to seeing some of your coaches at these classroom sessions.
PacificSport Interior will also be hosting these six modules approximately a month later in Kamloops at Tournament Capital Centre. Take a look here for a complete list of the upcoming Competition Development modules.
For a review of how these courses play a part in the new NCCP certification pathways, please see this page.