NCCP L2C (On-Snow) Workshop

Learn to Compete (L2C(OS)) On-Snow Workshop

The Competition Coaching Development (CCD) context is for coaches working with athletes in the Learning to Compete (L2C) stage of development (about 16-20 years for males and 15-19 years for females).

PRE-REQUISITES: Comp-Dev (L2C) Dryland Workshop completed.

Note: Completion of multisport modules are required in order to obtain L2C “trained” status

  • Coaching and Leading Effectively
  • Managing Conflict
  • Leading Drug-free Sport
  • Psychology of Sport Performance
  • PRE-WORKSHOP MATERIALS AND ASSIGNMENT: reading materials and pre-workshop assignments (if applicable) will be forwarded to participants with details and deadlines. Take note that you must forward your portfolio for “Monitoring, testing and designing training plans for L2C athletes” at the time of registration if you want this evaluation to be completed during the workshop.

Facilitator: Chris Manhard

Date: Thursday, November 18th (8:30am) to Sunday, November 21st (4:00pm), 2021

Location: Sovereign Lake Nordic Club, Vernon

Cost: $437.80/coach.  Includes workshop materials, trail passes, four complete days of training, pre-workshop portfolio evaluation. All other expenses are the responsibility of the participants.

Register: Register for L2C

 

Resources

NCCP Coach Development Workshops:

Cross-Country Skiing, NCCP Coaching Workshop & Professional Development Clinics Schedule:

Minimum Mandatory Coaching Qualifications policy:

Minimum Age for NCCP Workshops policy:

CCBC Coach Recruitment Policy (ATHLETES):

Upcoming NCCP Courses and Workshops

Upcoming NCCP Courses and Workshops

We are currently working on hosting the workshops listed below. We’ll keep you posted on registration in the coming weeks. Fees will be covered by the club if you’re committed to coaching this season.

Oct 16: Learn to Train (L2T(D))Dryland  CANCELLED
The NCCP L2T (Dryland) Workshop is the fourth step in the NCCP progression. Coaches are taught about developmental age, physical literacy, team building, athletic components (aerobic fitness, speed, etc.), nutrition, how to design their own sports program, adventure-based activities (year-round), roller-skiing, and planning a practice.

Nov 18-21: Learn to Compete (L2C(OS)) On-Snow Workshop
The Competition Coaching Development (CCD) context is for coaches working with athletes in the Learning to Compete (L2C) stage of development (about 16-20 years for males and 15-19 years for females).

Nov 20-21: FUNdamentals (FUN) | Community Coaching (CC)  CANCELLED
The “CC” Workshop is the third step in the NCCP coach education program. It provides essential training for coaches delivering an effective skill development program to children six to nine years of age (the “FUNdamentals” stage of athlete development. This program is designed to train coaches to teach children technical skills, select games that reinforce the technical skills being taught, design and lead on-snow sessions, select and prepare equipment for young children and make learning FUN. Successful completion of the ICC online module, enthusiasm, and a minimum age of 14 years are the only prerequisites.

Nov 26-28: Learn to Train (L2T(OS)) On-Snow Workshop
The NCCP L2T (On-Snow) Workshop is the second half of the CCI program and the fifth step in the NCCP progression. This workshop is designed to train coaches on team management, supporting athletes at a competition, teaching and learning, equipment selection, ski preparation, and how to teach ski techniques effectively.

See the Nordiq Canada website for more information on Coaching Development Progression

RESOURCES

NCCP Coach Development Workshops:

Cross-Country Skiing, NCCP Coaching Workshop & Professional Development Clinics Schedule:

Minimum Mandatory Coaching Qualifications policy:

Minimum Age for NCCP Workshops policy:

CCBC Coach Recruitment Policy (ATHLETES):

Community Coaching Introduction (ICC)

Active Start (AS) | Community Coaching Introduction (ICC)

Who should take the course?

  • Anyone who wishes to start coaching
  • If you want to become a volunteer parent coach
  • If you’re interested in an instructor position with our Ski School (s’cool) program, where school groups between grades 3-5 come to Sovereign for lessons.

Community Coaching Introduction training is completed in two steps, taken in order.

1. Coach Initiation in Sport
This one-hour online multisport course is delivered by the Coaching Association of Canada in the Locker.
This one-hour NCCP module is available online through the CAC Locker at a cost of $15.

2. Introduction to Community Coaching
Also delivered in the Locker , this four-hour online course teaches parents and entry-level coaches how to safely deliver skill development sessions to children in the Active Start stage of development (Bunnyrabbits).

Topics include:

  • ethics in sport
  • coach responsibilities
  • setting up an effective ski playground
  • using terrain to teach technique
  • ski equipment and clothing needs for children
  • After completing these courses, coaches have the status “Community Coaching in Training.” Coaches can now move to Community Coaching (CC) or Competition Coaching Introduction (CCI-L2T).

4 hour online module. The workshop fee for CCC/CCBC members is $52.00.

*Fee will be covered by SLNC if you are an active member wishing to volunteer as a coach.

Location: Online

Date: anytime

Register: Register for NCCP Active Start course