U18/U21 Northern Ontario Men’s Development Grants

  The Ontario Curling Council is pleased to offer Competitive Skill development grants specifically intended to remove barriers to competition and to help competitive teams target improvements. Only U18/U21 Men’s teams in Northern Ontario are eligible to receive these grants. These grants are being released specifically for NOCA U18/U21 Men as result of the response to the recent intake process for the OCC’s Next Gen program.  No applications were received in this category and this money was earmarked specifically for development

Competition Development Multi-Sport Workshop weekend a huge success

Great weekend for curling and other coaches from sports like figure skating, swimming, basketball, trampoline and taekwondo as they came together at the Leaside Curling Club for a Competition Development Multi-sport workshop weekend.   Four workshops delivered in partnership with the assistance of great facilitators from the Coaches Association of Ontario.   Congratulations to all of the 21 coaches who were able to make the commitment to learning and professional development on a summer weekend and to

OCC seeks Youth Programming Leaders for 2018-19 season

Application Deadline of August 3rd is fast approaching   Don’t miss out if you are interested    Ontario Curling Council Seeks Youth Programming Leaders The Ontario Curling Council is seeking up to six individuals to act as Youth Programming Leaders in Regions* across the Province to help execute an Ontario Sport Communities Recreation Fund grant focused on Youth Curling – “Ontario Kids Curl” for the 2018-19 curling season Youth Programming Leaders will be expected to:

OCC to Offer NCCP Multisport Competition Development Modules in July

TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO REGISTER FOR THESE WORKSHOPS.  TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!   In a continued effort to service coaches in Ontario, and as a means to promote further education for our coaches – the Ontario Curling Council is supporting the development of Ontario coaches who have begun their Competition Development training or are intending to start the Competition Development training pathway. In partnership with the Coaches Association of Ontario, the Ontario Curling Council will offer

OCC to Continue to Offer the Adult Learn to Curl Training Workshop for Clubs and Individuals

The OCC is pleased to announce the continued offering of the successful Adult Learn to Curl Training (ALTC) Workshops for the 2018-19 season that will be available for CurlOn and NOCA member clubs and individuals looking to service and grow the important adult market segment at the club level with this test and proven ALTC program. Information on the workshop itself, how to arrange for the workshop at your club and on how to sign up at clubs’ offering the workshop

Next Gen Apprentice Coach Development Opportunity – SHORT DEADLINE

The OCC has just received a grant Coaches Association of Ontario to add three additional apprentice coaches to participate in a Next Gen Camp in Kitchener Waterloo on August 19th and 20th, 2017.  We apologize for the short notice, but still want to take advantage of the grant. This is a Development opportunity for three coaches (minimum one female) to attend the camp, and observe educational sessions, team sessions (on and off ice), and “shadow” national/provincial high performance coaches. The camp will