Coach Development

Coaches are vital to ensuring curlers of all ages, stages and ability enjoy the sport in a SAFE manner, and have the opportunity to develop their skills at their own pace. Coaches play a key role in the implementation of curling’s Long Term Athlete Development Model for both recreational and competitive curlers. Coaches act in key volunteer roles which support programming at our local clubs.

Looking for a rewarding way to volunteer, get involved as a coach! The Ontario Curling Council, Northern Ontario Curling Association and CurlON train and certify the most curling coaches in the world! They do so using the world-renowned National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).

Coaches learn how to coach the level of athlete they are planning to work with by entering either the Recreational or Competitive stream.

Ready to start your NCCP training? Not sure where to start? Click on the links to the right. Or, perhaps you’re already a certified coach – check your status in the NCCP Locker.


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