- Classroom deliveries: Lethbridge Sport Council Community Room, 2nd Floor, Nicholas Sheran Ice Centre, 401 Laval Blvd W, Letbridge, T1K 3W7
- On-court delivery: University of Lethbridge, 4401 University Dr W, Lethbridge, T1K 3M4
Friday September 16, 2022
Saturday September 17, 2022
Module 1 (planning a practice)
The NCCP Planning a Practice module consists of two components; a free NCCP Emergency Action Plan eLearning activity, and an in-class / online delivered module. To receive the full credit for the NCCP Planning a Practice module, coaches must complete both components. This module’s goal is to prepare coaches to plan safe and effective practices. The NCCP Planning a Practice learning activities will prepare you to: • explain the importance of logistics in the development of a practice plan; • establish an appropriate structure for a practice; and • identify appropriate activities for each part of the practice. After completing the NCCP Emergency Action Plan eLearning activity, you will be able to: • describe the importance of having an Emergency Action Plan (EAP); • identify when to activate the EAP; • explain the responsibilities of the charge person and call person when the EAP is activated; and • create a detailed EAP that includes all required information for responding to an emergency.
Module 2 (teaching/learning)
Upon completing the NCCP Teaching and Learning module, you will be able to: • assess your own beliefs regarding effective teaching; • analyze certain coaching situations to determine if they promote learning; • create conditions that promote learning and self-esteem through: • appropriate consideration of the affective, cognitive, and motor dimensions of learning; • the use of words and methods that relate to an athlete’s preferred learning style; • a sound organization; • active supervision; and • the use of well-formulated feedback offered at the right time, and with the right frequency. • use teaching assessment grids to gather objective information on teaching effectiveness, and use this data to develop an action plan to enhance your own effectiveness as a teacher and coach
Module 3 (Technical/Tactical Basics)
This course provides coaches the basic skills of observation, analysis, problem solving and development of learning that will better assist players in improving their technical and tactical skills. Module 3 is not available online and was formerly recognized as Level 1 Technical.
Friday, Sept 16 from 6-9 pm (Module 1) at Lethbridge Sport COuncil Community Room
Saturday, Sept 17 from 9am-11am (Module 2) at Lethbridge Sport COuncil Community Room
Saturday, Sept 17 from 11:30am – 4 pm (Module 3) at University of Lethbridge
Complete Delivery: $368.00 (includes all model deliveries, manuals, and 1 evaluation)
Stand alone evaluation: $150.00
Note: Minimum number of registrants required for the course to proceed: 6
Learning Facilitator: Dave McMaster, Master Learning Facilitator
REGISTER HERE - payment is required to complete the registration process.