The following Competition Development courses will be offered through PacificSport Fraser Valley in partnership with Coaches BC in Spring 2013. (see below for course descriptions).
|Module Name||Date||Time||Cost||Registeration Link|
|Managing Conflict||Thurs, November 15, 2012||6:00 - 10:30 pm||$40||Register > >|
|Coaching & Leading Effectively||Fri, November 16, 2012 AND||6:00 - 10:30 pm AND||$80||Register > >|
|Sat, November 17, 2012||9 am - 5 pm|
|Psychology of Performance||Sun, November 18, 2012||9 am - 5 pm||$70||Register > >|
|Leading Drug Free Sport||Thurs, November 22, 2012||6:00 - 10.:30 pm||$40||Register > >|
|Developing Athletic Abilities||Fri, November 23, 2012 AND||6:00 - 10:30 pm AND||$85||Register > >|
|Sat, November 24, 2012||9 am - 5 pm|
|Prevention & Recovery||Sun, November 25, 2012||9 am - 5 pm||$60||Register > >|
The NCCP Theory 3 has now been officially phased out and is no longer available. Coaches are now required to complete Competition-Development modules as outlined below.
This NCCP context is designed for coaches who are coaching to refine basic sport skills, to develop more advanced skills and tactics and are generally preparing for performance at the provincial and national level. These sessions are interactive and bring together coaches from different sports, which provide an increased value to the learning environment. All participants completing this training will receive credit in the NCCP.
Coaches wishing to complete all of the training in the Competition Development context will need to complete six multi-sport modules and a number of sport specific modules.
The six modules are:
For the Developing Athletic Abilities module there is also an ‘on-line' component that coaches must complete before attending this course. This will generally take an additional 2 hours to complete prior to taking the module. Completion of this on-line component is mandatory before attending the course.
Coaches beginning training in the NCCP Competition Development context must first complete training and/or evaluation in the Planning a Practice, Design a Basic Sport Program, and Make Ethical Decisions modules in the NCCP. These three modules serve as a necessary foundation for the additional modules in this context.