Directed at coaches working with a range of developmental athletes predominantly at the Training to Compete (T2C) stage of LTAD, the Competition-Development multi-sport modules provide a next step for those looking to enhance their expertise with a focus on building and supporting the developing athlete.
We are pleased to offer 3 registration options:
- Sport Performance Coaching Certificate (all modules)
- Design your own schedule (individual modules)
- SPP 200: Sport Performance Coaching (Camosun College)
Location: Canadian Sport Institute at PISE, 4371 Interurban Road, Victoria BC, V9E 2C5
Dates: May 23-29, 2013
Designed for CIS/ CCAA, IPS Targeted, Provincial Team, National Team, and NCI Alumni coaches working with athletes in the Training to Compete (T2C) through to the Training to Win (T2W) stages of LTAD, the High Performance Coach Advance gives coaches the opportunity to interact with their peers and leading experts in high performance sport to further their coaching skills.
Topics will include:
Eating for Podium Success | Recovery Nutrition
Performance Cooking | Nutrition Shopping
Supplementing Sport Nutrition
Location: PISE, 4371 Interurban Road, Victoria BC
Dates: May 24-25, 2013
To improve sport performance it is critical to provide athletes with accurate feedback based on careful analysis. Video is a fantastic tool for observing and assessing sport. However, it can be challenging to stay informed about the optimal tools of the trade – and how to use them.
In this workshop, Sport Biomechanist Samantha Ebata will lead participants through the use of video analysis as a tool to improve sport performance, and a variety of current software and applications for video analysis including Dartfish, Kinovea, Ubersense and Coach My Video. If possible, bring along your smartphone, ipad, camera/computer with athlete footage.
Register online by going here (http://www.csipacific.ca/Content/Events/Index.asp?ei=4495), or contact Sherry Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-746-0603.
We will be accepting a maximum of 20 participants for this workshop. The registration deadline is May 26th.
Please check out the attached poster and spread the word to those who may be interested.
Facilitator Information: Samantha Ebata is a Sport Biomechanist based out of our Vancouver Campus. Samantha is a graduate from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Science Kinesiology (Honours) and a Master’s of Science specializing in biomechanics of the upper extremity. Samantha has also completed a certificate in Human Performance Training from Sheridan College. While at McMaster, Samantha worked as a high performance gym supervisor, strength and conditioning coach and sport medicine therapist for the men's varsity soccer team. Samantha has also interned as a strength and conditioning coach with the Athletic Conditioning Center in Ottawa where she worked with young athletes in a wide variety of sports.
Location: Maple Ridge Leisure Centre
Dates: Jun 2, 2013
The VIPL Riptides is proud to announce the First Annual Coaching Conference in the Comox Valley, British Columbia. Our goal is to provide youth soccer coaches on Vancouver Island with an opportunity for professional development.
We are pleased to present a host of renowned speakers that will provide you with the opportunity to learn from both the on-field demonstrations and the presentations with open discussion in the board room.
Click here for information on the VIPL Riptide Coaching Conference
Location: Comox Valley
Dates: Jun 21-23, 2013
This presentation will focus on the development of an online concussion awareness training toolkit (CATT) developed to standardize practice regarding concussion recognition, diagnosis, treatment and management.
Dates: Jul 18, 2013
Register: Beginning Feb 15 online registration is available at www.thecoachessite.com
Your conference pass includes:
Location: Vancouver, BC
Dates: Aug 9-11, 2013
Dates: Sep 14-15, 2013
Dates: Sep 21-22, 2013
Dates: Oct 5-6, 2013
Dates: Oct 26-27, 2013
Get ahead with this practical system for identifying dysfunctional movement patterns and imbalances that contribute to your clients injuries and impede performance.
Location: YWCA Hotel, 733 Beatty St., Vancouver, BC
Dates: Oct 26, 2013
Corrective exercise training starts with identifying faulty joint mechanics and movement patterns and follows with motor retraining programs that will guarantee client outcomes and performance measures while preventing further injury.
Find out how to:
Location: Essential Kinetics, 201 - 3077 Granville St, Vancouver, BC
Dates: Oct 27, 2013
Dates: Nov 30-Dec 1, 2013
Dates: Jan 25-26, 2014