While the majority of our coaches are trained in an in-class setting, the CAO also supports two distinct distance learning methods to provide coaches who are unable to attend an in-class course due to location, work, learning style or coaching schedule.
The home study program is intended for coaches who are unable to take an in-class multi-sport course.
Home study is a correspondence based learning method and the hours required for completion may be more than what is required of coaches attending an in-class course option.
The length of time to complete a home study varies by course and learning style of the individual. The home study format relies heavily on self-directed learning. All courses are given a 2 month completion period. Should you require an extension, please email email@example.com with your request.
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If you are planning on completing a Competition Development module through the distance learning home-study method, please note: The Competition Development Multi-sport Modules are targeted towards coaches who are working with athletes at the Provincial and National levels. These modules are very lengthy, challenging and time-consuming and are recommended only for coaches who are absolutely unable to attend an in-class course.
Online delivery is a means of providing an in-class experience to coaches who are unable to travel to an in-class course. Online courses are facilitator-led and group-based offered through a platform called Adobe Connect.
Please note: Only Psychology of Performance, Leading Drug Free Sport, Managing Conflict, Manage a Sports Program and Advanced Practice Planning Competition Development modules are available in this format.
Courses that are offered through remote access are labelled on the Course Calendar.
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NCCP Psychology of Performance will allow you to help athletes learn to manage distractions and use visualization techniques to prepare themselves technically and tactically for training and competition.
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 Introduction multi-sport course.By completing this module you will be able to create a sound outline for your sport program that includes competition and training events.
The workshop focuses on the evaluation principles and processes that NCCP Coach Evaluators need to follow when evaluating coaches.
This is a Competition Introduction multi-sport course. With the workshop you will be able to analyze certain coaching situations to determine if they promote learning.
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