This National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) context is focused on developing the Learning to Train to Training to Compete athletes and includes nine multi-sport modules designed for coaching to refine basic sport skills, develop more advanced skills and tactics, and prepare for performance at the provincial and national level.
The nine modules are:
- Coaching and Leading Effectively (10 hours)
- Developing Athletic Abilities (9 hours)
- Leading Drug Free Sport (3.5 hours)
- Managing Conflict (4.5 hours)
- Prevention and Recovery (7.5 hours)
- Psychology of Performance (7 hours)
- Manage a Sport Program (4 hours)
- Performance Planning (12.5 hours)
- Advanced Practice Planning (5 hours)
Coaches wishing to complete all of the training in the Competition - Development context will also need to complete a number of sport specific modules.
Coaches beginning to train in the NCCP Competition - Development context should first consider completing 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 Competition - Development context.
Learn more about the Competition-Development modules. Interested in a module? Check out the NCCP Course calendar for the next scheduled offering!