Coaches Helping Coaches – Rahim & Cameron

Rahim & Cameron 

The Coaches Helping Coaches (CHC) program supports experienced coaches in recruiting and mentoring new coaches into the Ontario sport community. Rahim and Cameron are a coaching pair who successfully completed the program in 2016-2017. Read on to find out more about their experience!

Cameron HeppleNew Coach – Cameron Hepple
Technical Staff
Toronto High Park Football Club
Toronto, ON
NCCP#6070396

 


Where did you actively begin coaching during the program?

Toronto High Park Football Club

What NCCP workshop(s) did you complete?

Soccer for Life, Make Ethical Decisions, and Making Head Way in Soccer

What was the most important thing that you learned as part of your NCCP Training(s)?

G.A.G (Game Activity Game) Methodology

What is your favourite part of coaching?

Seeing players develop.

What are the next steps for you in coaching?

Complete my UEFA A License

 

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Mentor Coach – Rahim Mohamed
Technical Director
Toronto High Park Football Club
Toronto, ON
NCCP#1049432

 


Why did you decide to become a coach?

First year of university during summer holidays, I was asked to help out a team of U12 Boys at the local soccer club.

What is your favourite part of coaching?

Helping others improve and develop both on and off the field.

How has the program benefited you as a mentor?

It has given me the opportunity to continue improving myself as a mentor.

What type of feedback was given to your New Coach?

To continue educating himself and ask as many questions as possible. Make his own determinations on what is good and bad, don’t take it from others verbatim.

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