NCCP Performance Planning
Online Course Information: This is a live, NCCP Learning Facilitator led, interactive group based course offered online. You will be required to…
Giving coaches the tools they need to make sport safe
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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.
This is a Competition Development multi-sport course. This course will enable you to implement general and sport-specific training protocols and methods to effectively develop or maintain athletic abilities specific to your sport.
This is a Competition Development multi-sport course. After completing this module, you will be able to manage administrative aspects of the program and oversee logistics.
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 is a Competition Development multi-sport course.This module will allow you to identify common sources of conflict in sport.
By completing the NCCP Planning a Practice module you will be able to organize a well-structured practice plan with safe, age-appropriate activities you’ve designed to match the proficiency level of participants.
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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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TORONTO, March 24, 2021: The Coaches Association of Ontario (CAO) and the Canadian Sport Institute…
RT @SPORT4ONTARIO: A great opportunity for the sport sector! @ONTrillium is launching the new Community Building Fund tomorrow – March 31.…
@CoachAprille is Assistant Coach & Director of Sports Performance & Off Court Development for Men’s Basketball at @ryersonrams. Join Aprille as she discusses creating opportunities for BIPOC & other underrepresented coaches in Ontario. https://t.co/C8v69bIM2P #CoachesForChange https://t.co/q6hx8dZ2Bv
@C_Grant2 is offensive coordinator for @McMasterSports, member of @OUAsport Black, Biracial, and Indigenous Task Force, & co-Chair of the Hamilton Black History Council. Join Corey for a panel discussion about promoting inclusion in sport. https://t.co/C8v69braEf https://t.co/RykP1QZyJX
Olympic Gold medal coach @AndersonGoldOne has a motto: Challenge Makes the Champion. Join Coach Anderson April 7 and 19 as he and others challenge the status quo and discuss how we can fight discrimination in all its forms. https://t.co/C8v69braEf #CoachesForChange https://t.co/53rV8ltsfO
@Ceniojukan is the first women’s basketball head coach for the @OT_Ridgebacks & Gold medal winning Team Ontario Coach. Join Christa for a panel session about BIPOC, non-binary, female & other underrepresented coaches in Ontario. Register: https://t.co/C8v69braEf #CoachesForChange https://t.co/moB9iTtwSL
Olympic Gold medal coach @AndersonGoldOne, Team Ontario Gold medal coach @Ceniojukan, @McMasterSports coach @C_Grant2 and @ryersonrams Assistant Coach @iknowaprille discuss representation for BIPOC coaches in Ontario. Don’t miss it! https://t.co/C8v69braEf #CoachesForChange
CAO and Black Canadian Coaches Association (@BCCA_Association) are partnering for a series of interactive panel sessions about BIPOC, non-binary, female and other underrepresented coaches in Ontario. Register today: https://t.co/C8v69bIM2P #CoachesForChange https://t.co/tmw1VP1Pxs
That’s a wrap of the 2021 Ontario Coaches Conference!
A BIG thank you to @ExploreON, @MacLeodLisa, @CSIONTARIO, to all our amazing speakers and to the audience members across 🇨🇦 who tuned in during the week.
Stay safe and we’ll see you at next year’s conference!
@rsklapsky Hi Ryan. I would encourage you to register and then post event video links will be sent to everyone to watch outside of the hub. https://t.co/9IbaH5KKjH
Day 8️⃣, the final day of the 2021 Ontario Coaches Conference, is here.
These last three (3) sessions are sure to leave coaches with tangible takeaways to implement into their own practices.
We thank you for participating in #OCC21 and hope enjoy these final sessions! https://t.co/BScRX7MO3p