Alberta Sport Connection is the Provincial / Territorial Coaching Representative of the Coaching Association of Canada.
ASC is committed to providing coaches and coach developers with access to development and education opportunities, support mechanisms and funding resources to continue the pursuit of coaching excellence across Alberta.
Coaches are mentors, motivators and leaders. Along with parents and teachers, coaches have a profound impact on the future of our children. It's a great responsibility, and Canada's two million coaches embrace it with passion and dedication.
NCCP Multi-Sport Workshops
Alberta coordinates all NCCP multi-sport workshops - Competition-Introduction, Competition-Development, Fundamental Movement Skills and Professional Development modules!
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Information for current and new coaches...
The National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP), launched in 1974: its development and delivery is reliant on partnerships with the Government of Canada, national sport organizations, provincial/territorial governments and sport organizations. The NCCP provides a range of training and certification opportunities to ensure coaches gain the confidence to succeed.
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Making Head Way Concussion eLearning Series - now FREE!
The Making Head Way Concussion eLearning series is designed to help coaches gain the knowedge and skills required to ensure the safety of athletes. These modules will cover what to do to prevent concussions, how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a concussion, what to do when you suspect an athlete has a concussion, and how to ensure athletes return to play safely.
Expect to spend 60 - 90 minutes completing a module, and will receive credit for completion.
Coaching the female athlete - A GoTo Recap -- Hosted by Vicki Harber and Aaron Lavorato
This workshop talked about building a positive performance environment for female athletes. Female athletes experience unique “injuries” that can interrupt or halt her performance journey. The “injuries” were categorized as mechanical, energetic and “heart”. These “injuries” are largely preventable IF we ensure our programs do the following: a) build a place of acceptance for all participants, b) provide quality skill acquisition across all aspects of athlete development and c) regularly include appropriate role models. This GoTo Recap aims to support coaches by revisiting these ideas and asking you “how is this going for you?”
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