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
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 (Bunny rabbits).
- 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).
Time & Location: 4 hour online module
Cost: $52.00 (CCC/CCBC members price)
*Fee will be covered by SLNC if you are an active member wishing to volunteer as a coach.
Register: Register for NCCP Active Start course
TIMING SYSTEMS TRAINING CLINIC (November 4-5th, 2017)
Sovereign Lake Nordic Club is excited to offer this Nation Wide training course for Zone 4 users with a focus on race file management. The focus of the course will cover event registration page creation through to posting of results for races in all formats. This course is designed for race committees, Club Executive and clubs wishing to offer Sanctioned events in the future.
Topics covered will include:
- How to setup a registration for different levels and formats of events,
- Data validation and confirmation lists,
- Race file design and processes surrounding confirmation lists and start lists,
- Online, Online with local server and Offline with local server event setup,
- Recommended hardware setup for Summit only and GoChip + Summit and RapidCam + GoChip + Summit races,
- Recommended outdoor volunteer setup and priorities,
- Recommended indoor timing staff and roles for different levels of events,
- Timing and troubleshooting,
- Results production and procedures,
- Key considerations, options and processes for individual sprint events,
- Special considerations for team events,
- Common troubleshooting mistakes and resolutions,
- Rental and purchase options,
- Racer engagement with live tracking and photos,
- Running a sample race, including sprints, relays and individual starts.
- Opportunities for mentorship with Zone4
For more information regarding this event please contact Troy Hudson (SLNC General Manager) at [email protected] or (250) 558-8916.
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