NOCA Adds more Coach training courses to Calendar

Competition Coach and Club

Coach Workshops

Supported by the Idylwylde’s Curling Learning and Performance Centre

Coach Training is being planned in your area.  If you are considering coaching a team to become competitive, then this will help you design and deliver a program that will help your team achieve their goals.

 Where:           Idylwylde Golf and Country Club

When:            Friday, Dec. 4 – 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Making Ethical Decisions

Comp Coach – Saturday 9 – 5 & Sunday – 9 – 3

Club Coach – Saturday 9 – 5 and Sunday – 9 – noon

Cost:              Making Ethical Decisions – $70

Club Coach – $195.00

Competition Coach – $255

MED and Competition Coach – $325

Competition Coach Training (16 hours – two days – Dec. 5 & 6)

Technical – Designed to train an individual to coach a medium to advanced performance team.  The 16 hour course is taught over two days and time is spent on-ice and in the classroom.

Prerequisite:  None but participants should have a general knowledge of the game.

Course Content: Teaching and Learning, Strategy and Tactics, Skills Analysis,Practice Planning, including Safety and EAP (Emergency Action Plan), Delivery Skills, Brushing Skills,

Theory – a 3-hour module “Making Ethical Decisions” plus on-line evaluation available at

Club Coach Workshop (12 hours – 1.5 days – Dec. 5 and 6)

Technical – Coaches who take this two-day workshop will become a trained “Club Coach.” This is a program designed to enhance the skill set of the coach or instructor who function primarily at the club level but whose teams are starting their competitive experience. Prerequisite: Must be a minimum of sixteen (16) years of age at the start of the course.

Course content:

  • Role of the Coach and Organizational Management, Game Orientation, Rules & Etiquette, Safety, Warm-ups & Cool-downs, The Curling Delivery, Introduction to Strategy,    Ethical Coaching,  Practices,  Clinics, Skill Analysis

For information go to:


Contact Andrea Ronnebeck


or the NOCA Office