February 22 – 25, 2007 Crowne Plaza Toronto – Don Valley
Thanks to Quest for Gold funding we are happy to announce that the CSC Ontario and the CAO will be hosting the Ontario Coaches Conference.
We want to help raise the bar and prepare our coaches to be the best coaches across the country as we prepare for 2008 and 2010. This will be a unique conference for coaches from all Sports to obtain NCCP certification while also participating in general sessions focusing on some of the hottest topics in coaching. Presenters will include Alex Baumann and others.
NCCP Clinics will be offered in the following Sports:
NCCP Level 2 Technical
- Cycling – CORE
- Water Polo
NCCP Level 3 Technical
NCCP Level 3 Theory
NCI Task 19 – Canadian Sport Systems
The workshop will involve a summary overview of the Canadian Sport System through the lens of the coach, in particular, a coach with the capacity to exercise leadership in the system. In an interactive format and with the intent to promote systemic change, the Task Group will consider ways to improve the sport system and society’s support for sport and coaching. Task participants should come with their own ideas about how to promote change and to contribute to making Canadian sport all that it ought to be. Coaches will leave the workshop with a greater appreciation for how to navigate the sport system, how to access resources in the system, and how to use their own skills and position to make sport better
Thanks to funding from the Quest for Gold, coaches will be able attend the conference for a minimal fee. Costs include $25 for conference fee, $88 for meal plan and accommodation (based on double occupancy) is available at $33.50 per night per person. These costs include a NCCP Technical Clinic OR NCCP Level 3 Theory OR an NCI Task 19 as well attendance to two generic sessions and a ticket to the Coaching Excellence Awards Gala. Click Here to register online.
Subsidy’s are available for coaches traveling greater than 100 km’s each way. Please click here for more details and to download an application form.