The Coaching Association of Canada (CAC), through the sponsorship of Investors Group Inc., is pleased to provide financial assistance to communities and organizations interested in hosting a Community Coaching Conference. Investors Group also supports the recognition of the contribution of volunteer sport administrators with local and national awards.
Did you know you can access $500 in funding to go towards hosting a sport-specific NCCP Workshop, Evaluator training event, or Learning Facilitator training event? And if your workshop is tied to a coaching conference, your event may be eligible for up to $1,000 in funding! These grants are available through Investors Group and the CAC, and all you need to do is apply before your event. It’s only a click away, and grants are limited, so act fast! Application Details
Established by Sport BC in 1993, KidSport TM is a community-based sport funding program that provides grants for children aged 6 - 18 to participate in a sport season of their choice. Application Details
The COACH External Sport Credentials Program (ESCP) falls under the Sport and Recreation Branch of the Government of BC Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport. Student coaches seeking to earn credit under the Coach 11 or Coach 12 category must ensure they have completed all the required components and send their proof of completion (copy of NCCP certifications, practical coach experience verification letter and Make-Ethical Decisions “evaluated”) to the Sport and Recreation Branch. The Sport and Recreation Branch representative will review the submitted documentation and issue a verification letter directly to the student if the student has fulfilled all the requirements. Stay up to date with program chanages at http://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/graduation/ext_credentials/coach_info.php
This endowment was established by the Coaches Association of BC and Douglas College to recognize their longtime partnership and support of the Sport Science Department students and faculty. In 2006 the PSF Coaching Award, a peer-based award aimed at recognizing Sport Science students was combined with the CABC Award. Renamed in 2012, the Coaches BC Fieldwork Recognition Award of Distinction has a purpose of rewarding and recognizing students enrolled in the Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching (BPEC) Degree program at Douglas College. The award provides four monetary awards to one student in each of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year of the BPEC program at Douglas College. Students will be evaluated in the Fall semester only and the recipients will be announced in the Winter.