Thinking of becoming a National Coaching Certification Program ("NCCP") coach? We are hosting a 3 day instensive NCCP Competition - Introduction workshop which covers all 6 of the competition introduction theory courses.
Saturday February 24, 2018 (Basic Mental Skills (3.5 hours), Design a Basic Sport Program (4 hours))
8:00 Basic Mental Skills
10:15 Basic Mental Skills
12:45 Design a Basic Sport Program
15:00 Design a Basic Sport Program
Saturday March 3, 2018 (Nutrition (1.5 hours), Planning a Practice (5 hours))
9:45 Planning a Practice
13:15 Planning a Practice
Saturday March 10, 2018 (Teaching and Learning (5 hours), Make Ethical Decisions (3 hours))
8:00 Teaching and Learning (5 hours)
10:15 Teaching and Learning
13:00 Teaching & Learning
14:00 Make Ethical Decisions (3 hours)
Agenda is subject to change at the Learning Facilitator's discretion. A minimum of 6 attendees is required to run the course.
The Entry Level Competitive Coach focuses on athletes developing Fundamentals, Training to Train and Learning to Compete.
Note the prerequisite below. Individuals completing this weekend workshop will be "ELCC Trained". Participants are required to have completed the National Coaching Certification Competition A and B Theory modules as well as the online Making Ethical Decisions - Introduction to Competition prior to attending the course. This course MUST be completed prior to the coach's evaluation which is required to achieve the 'ELCC Certified' status.
Candidates must be 16 years of age by the course start date or have the prior approval of the CKBC Coaching Coordinator.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE is April 6th - Receive a $50 discount
CKBC registered coach - $225
Non CKBC registered coach - $275
Learning Facilitator - Don Mulhall, Gillian Fedechko
Register at http://canoekayakbc.sportical.com/events/3521
Only a few members braved the wind last night at our social paddle. The wind eased off as the sun set making for an enjoyable paddle back up the channel. Hope to see everyone next time! A post shared by Squamish Paddling Club (@squamishpaddlingclub) on May 26, 2017 at 8:33pm PDT
Only a few members braved the wind last night at our social paddle. The wind eased off as the sun set making for an enjoyable paddle back up the channel. Hope to see everyone next time!
A post shared by Squamish Paddling Club (@squamishpaddlingclub) on May 26, 2017 at 8:33pm PDT