There are many coach development programs and opportunities in Ontario to help you get started or take your coaching to the next level. Here are a few you should check out.
Learn more about emergency planning in the following NCCP Module – Planning a Practice
Giving coaches the tools they need to make sport safe
Questions regarding COVID-19 and your role as a coach? Looking for coach resources and opportunities during this time? Visit our Coach Resources for COVID-19 page for information regarding:
Outdoor Air Quality
Coaching Athletes with Asthma
Outdoor Extreme Heat
CCS Sun Sense Guidelines
Valuable tips from the Canadian Cancer Society on staying safe in the sun.
Valuable tips from World Rugby Player Welfare on staying safe in the sun.
Gatorade Sport Science Tips
Valuable tips from Gatorade Sport Science on staying safe in the sun.
Learn about coaching in the Special Olympics – Become a Special Olympics Coach
Would you like to make a huge difference in the lives of others? Becoming a Coach for Athletes with a Disability does not require any special skills or requirements. Just like coaching any sport all you need to start is passion, motivation and perhaps some patience.
Find out more about Coaching in Parasport.
Mentorship Pilot Open to Mentees and Mentor Coaches
Learn more about Aboriginal Coaches and Leadership Development – Indigenous Sport & Wellness Ontario
Learn how to foster inclusive environments by introducing strategies, best practices and tips for working with LGBTQI2S athletes and coaches – A Coach’s Guide: LGBTQI2S Sport Inclusion
Learn more about mentorship programs in Ontario:
Active for Life is a not-for-profit organization created to help parents & coaches give children the right start in life through development of physical literacy.
For more information and resources for coaches, click HERE.
TORONTO, March 24, 2021: The Coaches Association of Ontario (CAO) and the Canadian Sport Institute…
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