The Ontario Curling Council, is in the process of creating it’s High Performance Plan for the period of May 1, 2020-April 30, 2022. The purpose of the High Performance Plan is to inform Operational Staff on the programs and services that will satisfy the Excellence Goals in the Ontario Curling Council’s Strategic Plan. In order to do that, we want your opinion on how to proceed. Please fill out our survey and let us know what you think!
The Ontario Curling Council has arranged several new webinars for coaches, athletes and one for club curlers. People are staying close to home and may have run out of closets to clean so why not expand knowledge by tuning into 4 interactive sessions. April 1 – Effective Season Debriefing with Paul Webster, National Program Coach and Team Leader to Canada’s men’s teams at World and Olympic Competitions. This session will focus on how to review and debrief the past season with
Featuring Keynote Address by SCOTT PFEIFER – Four Time Brier and World Champion When May 29th to May 31st, 2020 (Full symposium) May 30th, 2020 (1 day option available) Who Competitive Coaches Recreational Coaches Adult Learn to Curl Instructors Club Members and Managers who instruct Coaches of Athletes with Disabilities Athletes More Information on our Webpage P4P Flyer 2020
Prep2Perform OCC Coaching Symposium The Ontario Curling Council is actively planning a Coaching Symposium for the weekend of May 29 -31, 2020 on the shores of Lake Simcoe – approximately 1 hour north of Toronto. This symposium is being developed for you – our Coaches and we need your insight to deliver on your coaching needs. As such, we have created a survey to gauge your interest in attending and your preferred session topics at the symposium. The survey will close at the end of day
The Ontario Curling Council is proud to present a new webinar in our series for Athlete and Coach Development delivered by Emma Miskew. Emma Miskew as been an integral part of Team Homan since she was 12 years old. In addition to numerous bantam and junior provincial titles, Emma has a Canada Games gold medal, won the Canadian Junior championships and has represented either Team Canada or Team Ontario at the Scotties on a regular basis. Emma has represented Canada