NCCP Performance Planning
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There are over 700 annual events, workshops, courses and conferences offered through Coaches Association of Ontario. Find the right one for you below.
With the NCCP Make Ethical Decisions workshop you will be fully equipped to handle virtually any ethical situation with confidence and surety.
This is a Competition Introduction Multi-Sport module. With the NCCP Make Ethical Decisions workshop you will be fully equipped to handle virtually any ethical situation with confidence and surety.
This workshop introduces Learning Facilitator candidates to the goals and philosophy of the NCCP, teaches them how to facilitate modules, and helps them understand the instructional design of the modules.
This is a Competition Development multi-sport course.This module will allow you to identify common sources of conflict in sport.
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Coaches play a vital role in ensuring their athletes are safe both on and off the field of play. Access the NEW virtual resource hub and learn the tools to make sport safe, fun and inclusive for all.
The CAO recognizes that coaches incur many out-of-pocket expenses along their coaching journey, the Coach Bursary program is available to help offset some of these costs.
This toolkit provides Ontario coaches with the relevant tools and materials to support the use of consistent concussion protocols across all sport settings. It is aligned with the Canadian Guideline on Concussion in Sport and Rowan’s Law.
The CAO recognizes the important role coaches play in the education and development of other coaches. We offer several targeted mentorship programs across the province.
To be a great coach, you don’t have to have been a great athlete. Coaches are experts in motivating and communicating with athletes, and leading through exemplary behaviors on and off the playing field.
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CAO’s all new Empowering Stories from Behind the Bench article series – May 2022 “Sport…
🚨🚨@ontsportnetwork has launched a new Officials Strategy! Check it out 👇👇 https://t.co/aYTkopuYvV
RT @HometownHockey: Nominations are now open for the 2022 @coaches_ont Excellence Awards – with a $500 reimbursement to be used on their te…
RT @Coach_LeeAnna: I’m excited to announce this historic partnership with @BCC_Association and @FootballCanada to promote and advance racia…
Attn: Rugby fans! Have you ever wanted to watch your @TorontoArrows practice up close and personal? This community day includes an open practice, mixed-abilities try it session & end-of-day BBQ! Register today: https://t.co/XrZ4usDYMO https://t.co/62gkp3CHvE
RT @MiltonSoccer: And it gets even worse. Clubs and Districts in @OntarioIsSoccer have 1/4 to 1/3 of the match officials they had in 2019 r…
The X’s & O’s of creating safe & fun sport starts here with the new Safe Sport 101 Playbook from CAO & @HydroOne!
This free e-learning series focuses on what you can do to create safe & fun sport experiences for everyone. #SafeSport
RT @CAC_ACE: Canada’s new safe sport office to begin Phase 1 of operations June 20 | CBC Sports https://t.co/JhXVvq7i9z
@DrMeghannLloyd We are excited to have you sharing knowledge and nuggets of wisdom for coaches #LearningNeverStops
RT @freetobeme_ca: #IDAHOBIT2022 theme in Canada is “Every second, intolerance shortens lives.” Let’s renew our commitment to continue bein…
Dr. Meghann Lloyd from @ontariotech_u takes a dive deep into how coaches can develop motor skills in youth and children & explains why it’s so important to understand the implications for those with a disability. 1PD point/participant
May 25 from 6-7pm